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Star-crossed lovers’ Shanghai surprise

HAILEYBURY College director of performing arts, Stewart Bell, promised spectacular Asian swordplay as the Capulets and Montagues sort out their differences in the Aikman...

Library fun easy to find

Children aged three to six heard stories about hide and seek and made some clever cut-out creations. They made little boxes and put cardboard teddies...

School thief does a runner

POLICE are searching for a man who roamed a Hampton Park primary school stealing things while the children were in class. The man entered River...

Labor ramps up promises

BOATING facilities in Tooradin and Blind Bight will be given a boost if the Labor Government is re-elected this Saturday. Hastings MP Rosy Buchanan announced...

‘Wrong ovary’ case heads for court

A HAMPTON Park woman is suing Dandenong Hospital claiming she had the wrong ovary removed. The woman’s lawyer at Slater and Gordon, Paula Shelton, said...

Attack shock

By Alison NoonanA YOUNG Devon Meadows family was showered with broken glass as they sat in their car during a violent attack by a...

Wigging out for a friend

By Sarah SchwagerA CLOSE friend’s diagnosis with cancer has spurred a Cranbourne woman to shave her head. Sharon Barac will go under the clippers tomorrow...

Should police confiscate hoons’ cars?

Vanessa Newlands, Berwick NO “They’re only going to get up to something else.”Susan King, Narre Warren YES “A lot of them are kids. It’s a bit dangerous.”Richard Jamieson, Narre Warren YES “It keeps...

Hard luck for hardware store

By Sarah SchwagerA CRANBOURNE hardware store has been broken into for the third time in two weeks. Hardings Hardware on the South Gippsland Highway has...

Fence lit for ninth time

FIREFIGHTERS have been called to a house in Hampton Park to put out a fence fire for the ninth time. Police said a paling fence...

Centre crime

By Sarah SchwagerTHE owner of a Sri Lankan and Asian food take-away shop in Hampton Park has warned that crime is getting out of...

Police plead as road toll mounts

By Rebecca Fraser CASEY’s road toll is the highest in the state and police are making fresh calls for local motorists to take more responsibility...

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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...

Thugs caught on cam