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Council report canvasses different rating options

By Sarah SchwagerWHEN it comes to rates, Casey Council could do better. Measured against 12 other Victorian councils, the rate review committee found Casey was...

Funeral director given jail term

A LOCAL funeral director has been sentenced to jail after being convicted of crimes committed through his business. Tom Bull, associated with Seaford Funeral Services,...

Burglars target takeaways

TWO Cranbourne food stores on the same street were targeted within a day of each other last week. The burglaries of both the local milk...

No rest for weary firefighters

By Sarah SchwagerLOCAL firefighters returning home from Gippsland spent Christmas Eve putting out a scrub fire. After a cool change in the weather, most firefighters...

CFA knockback riles ex-soldier

By Sarah SchwagerA CRANBOURNE man who used to be in the army was furious when he was turned away after volunteering to fight fires. David...

Fresh approach set to pay off

FRESH produce will bring funds back into the heart of the community as the second farmers’ market in Casey approaches. By buying locally produced food...

Students waltz through VCE

DANCING is taking off at Cranbourne Secondary College with students choosing the subject as a popular form of expression. The dance program has been running...

Divide goes green

YOUNG locals are aiming to help save the environment and at the same time bridge the cultural gap with new migrants. The Youth Eco-Challenge II...

Boy hurt in party brawl

PARTYGOERS were horrified when gatecrashers began assaulting one of the guests at a 17th birthday party in Cranbourne. Police said about 30 guests were at...

Thefts drain school

By Sarah SchwagerSCHOOL break-ins are taking away funds that could be spent on the children, says a Cranbourne primary school assistant principal. Thieves stole two...

East Timor teacher learns Casey skills

By Sarah SchwagerAN EAST Timorese school teacher is in Casey as part of an exchange program to gain skills to help rebuild the politically...

First lesson is … a feast

CRANBOURNE Secondary College’s new year seven students were welcomed to the school yesterday with a massive breakfast feast. The event saw about 400 students, parents...

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Ballarto Road to receive multi-million dollar upgrade

Ballarto Road in Clyde is receiving $4.25 million in road rehabilitation works including road widening, resealing and improved drainage. Road and lane closures are expected...