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Students on a high

By Sarah SchwagerCRANBOURNE’S VCE students are putting themselves in the spotlight after achieving higher scores than ever before. Five of Cranbourne Secondary College’s 107 year...

Crime catcher retires

CRANBOURNE crime-catcher Ollie Gaspari was recognised for his 23-year commitment to the local police force on Friday after recently announcing his retirement. Casey mayor Colin...

Cranbourne

THE Tuesday dance held on Melbourne Cup Day was well attended and the Fashions on the Field was won by Dot Allison with runners...

BMX boost

CASEY’S neglected BMX tracks look set for a revamp. Councillors at Tuesday night’s council meeting voted to refer $12,000 to undertake improvements at 14 bike...

Car set on fire

POLICE are seeking witnesses after they found a car that had been set alight in Cranbourne West on Sunday. The car had been stolen from...

Casey braces for the kid boom

By Jim MynardPREMIER Steve Bracks has announced funding for a $1.2 million one-stop children’s centre at Cranbourne. Announcing the funding at the Willora Children’s Centre,...

Saver program a plus for families

A PROGRAM to help low-income families save money is expanding its services to Cranbourne. Saver Plus, run by the Brotherhood of St Laurence, ANZ Bank...

Witnesses sought after robberies

By Sarah Schwager POLICE are desperately seeking witnesses after two armed robberies at a Hampton Park service station in the space of a month. The United...

Take care or pay

POLICE are again urging people to lock up their cars and hide valuables as thefts from cars continue to increase in the Cranbourne area. Detective...

Residents tackle shop plan

AN APPLICATION to build a bait and tackle shop on the Warneet foreshore has left residents reeling. Locals claim they will fight a proposal to...

Traffic chaos fears

By Alison Noonan CRANBOURNE residents fear new changes to VicRoad’s plans for the duplication of Sladen Street will cause traffic chaos. Sladen Park residents have been...

Permit delays rile Villagers

By Sarah SchwagerAN ELDERLY Devon Meadows man who has been waiting eight years for a planning application to be approved may never get to...

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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...