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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...

Brakes put on skate park bid

By Alison Noonan CASEY Council has scrapped its plans to construct a skate park at Kilberry Boulevard in Hampton Park. Locals had objected to the proposal...

Casey Fields is ploughing ahead

THE multi-million dollar Casey Fields has been applauded for setting new global standards as Australia’s first fully sustainable sports facility. The $30 million facility in...

Police seek man over indecency

POLICE are searching for a man who exposed himself in the Barbie aisle at Kmart Cranbourne last week. Police said the man confronted a nine-year-old...

Grants waiting for green light

CASEY residents wanting to make the City greener can apply for a conservation grant. Local residents and community groups keen to run a project that...

New station draws big crowd

- Sarah SchwagerMORE than 1000 visitors streamed through the Cranbourne Police Station on Sunday to check out the flash new building. Police were very impressed...

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...

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Leaders of tomorrow work hard, play hard

For four days over the school holidays, the south east's next generation of youth leaders had the opportunity of a life time as they...