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Musical weekend ahead

SINGING and dancing will emanate from Hillcrest Christian College this week as the school prepares for three musical productions in one. This weekend, the junior,...

Party in the park

CELEBRATE the birth of a nation at the Australia Day Family Festival in Hampton Park. Organised by members of the Hampton Park Australia Day Committee...

Charity helps itself

CRANBOURNE’S St Vincent de Paul Society has hailed its inaugural charity golf day a success. Members of St Agatha’s conference said they raised close to...

Conservation tops turf list

By Sarah SchwagerWATER conservation has topped the list of priorities at Cranbourne Turf Club. A storm-water dam is just 12 weeks from completion after the...

Restrictions aim to save water

STAGE one water restrictions will again come into force tomorrow (Friday), though tougher than those introduced during droughts in 2002. South East Water is urging...

Thieves cut off power

POLICE are searching for witnesses over the theft of a power supply unit from Hampton Park. Police said unknown offenders entered the garage of a...

Thefts from cars on the rise: Police

POLICE are urging people not to leave valuables in their cars after a series of recent thefts from cars. On Saturday, a thief was spotted...

Assault charges

A MAN accused of threatening a security guard with scissors was arrested after catching a taxi from the crime scene to his neighbourhood. At 5.45pm...

Liberal anger over slow roadworks

By Alison Noonan FRUSTRATED motorists have called on the State Government to complete promised safety improvements to Thompsons Road before another life is lost. Michael Shepherdson,...

Market sites back on agenda

A CRANBOURNE craft market is once again on the drawing board. Casey Council passed a motion at Tuesday’s council meeting to help find a suitable...

Thieves don’t take a holiday

WHEN the teachers are away the thieves will play. Thieves stole a computer from Cranbourne Park Primary School last Friday. The theft is the latest in...

Owners sleep through burglary

BURGLARS broke into and ransacked a Lynbrook house on Saturday while the occupants were sleeping. Cranbourne police said at least two offenders broke into a...

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Casey gets solar savvy

Cranbourne East and Clyde North are among the top 10 solar savvy suburbs in Melbourne. This is according to the State Government Solar Homes program...