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First homebuyers hit Cranbourne

MORE first homebuyers are settling in Cranbourne than any other region in Victoria bar one. State Treasurer John Brumby this week released new housing figures...

The icing on the cake

HAMPTON Park kids enjoyed their last week of school holidays on ice. Children spent last Wednesday listening to stories of penguins and other coldweather animals...

Police news

A HAMPTON Park teenager came out of last week’s heatwave worse for wear when he was injured after allegedly stealing a singlet and icypoles...

Thieves bowl over alley

THIEVES targeted the Cranbourne Bowling Alley on Sunday. Police said the offenders threw bricks through the door then stole the cash register. The alarm was activated...

Factory vandals go on wrecking rampage

THE trashing of businesses at the new Lynbrook Industrial Estate was the worst combined burglary and criminal damage Cranbourne police say they have ever...

Council plan for suburb’s future

THE development of Cranbourne North is one step closer with Casey Council putting in the final touches to its development plan. The plan caused debate...

Thanks for helping

BETWEEN them they have given 80 years of voluntary service to the City of Casey. Sue Plant, Linda Whitaker and Diana Health were officially recognised...

Man injured in dispute

A CRANBOURNE man was left in a critical condition after he was assaulted last week. Police said the 22-year-old had a dispute with a man...

Centrelink debt hammers family

By Alison NoonanKIRRILY Briet was shocked to discover she was pregnant with twins. She was even more stunned when she was fired while on maternity...

Council aims at pub with no beer

By Alison NoonanCASEY Council fears serving alcohol at the proposed Lynbrook Hotel could be a licence for trouble. Council last week advised Liquor Licensing Victoria...

Community steps up support for Koori culture

By Sarah SchwagerCASEY residents have shown their support for reconciliation by celebrating Koori culture during Reconciliation Week last week. Koori dancing and celebrations at the...

‘Idiot’ fine stays

CASEY councillor Paul Richardson will still have to pay a fine to the council after he called the City’s CEO an ‘idiot’ last month. Despite...

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Support service helps Casey through pandemic

Cranbourne Information and Support Service (CISS) is responding to calls for help from people who are suddenly without jobs and income due to the...

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