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Vandals prompt committee plan

By Sarah SchwagerHANDRAILS stolen from the Cannons Creek jetty has had locals contemplating reforming the now defunct foreshore committee. Some time late last week vandals...

School upgrade approved

By Sarah SchwagerCRANBOURNE West Primary School has been given the go ahead to start planning an overhaul of its facilities. As part of an educational...

Man assaults boy

A FIFTEEN-year-old boy was attacked in Cranbourne last Thursday. The boy was walking along Lamont Crescent at about 8pm when he was approached by a...

Projector stolen

AN OVERHEAD projector was stolen from a display home in Cranbourne North last week. Sometime between 8pm on Thursday and 11am on Friday, an offender...

Customer halts robbery

POLICE are searching for three men who tried to break into a Cranbourne business last week. The men were seen attempting to break in to...

Spectators witness a

By Sarah Schwager GATHERERS at Cranbourne’s Anzac Day memorial service yesterday were treated to a marvellous spectacle of bagpipers, regiments, planes, motorbikes and speeches. The parade...

School sports gear stolen

HAMPTON Park Primary School students won’t be out on the sports fields as much this week. A bulk of sports equipment was stolen from the...

City head brings some colour to council meeting

CASEY mayor Kevin Bradford has coloured his hair for the Leukaemia Foundation in the colours of the Casey logo – orange, green and blue. He...

Doggone facilities come up a winner

GUESTS were given a sneak preview of the newly refurbished Cranbourne Greyhound Racing Club last week. Racing Minister John Pandazopoulos, Cranbourne MP Jude Perera and...

Audit slammed a waste

By Alison NoonanAN INDEPENDENT audit to examine the efficiency of Casey council has been labelled a ‘waste of paper’ by Mayfield Ward councillor Steve...

Traffic diverted after crash

ONE traffic incident led to another, causing a major traffic diversion during peak hour in Cranbourne South last week. The Western Port Highway was blocked...

Footy club breaks clear

By Marc McGowanAFTER weeks of speculation, Cranbourne Junior Football Club president Dieter Leinmueller has confirmed a breakaway group is attempting to form a new...

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Bringing community music back

While this has been a tough year for most community music ensembles, some local groups have found a way to keep the music going...

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