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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...

Celebrations up and away

CRANBOURNE South Primary School celebrated its 50th birthday last Friday with performances, balloons, a cake, a circus and plenty of cheering. Birthday celebrations included a...

Council backs NZ trip for Wilson

By Sarah Schwager CASEY councillor Rob Wilson will fly to New Zealand in June to speak at an international conference on behalf of council. Last week,...

Chook farm’s VCAT appeal

APPLICANTS for a controversial egg farm in Tooradin have taken their case to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT). In June, council refused to...

Making a glass act

WHO would have thought working with glass could be so much fun? Teenagers at Cranbourne Youth Information Centre discovered the fun of glass art during...

Robbers grab ATM cash

A MAN was robbed outside a Berwick ATM last Thursday only moments after withdrawing his money. The attack occurred about 5.30pm after the Berwick resident...

Roll away the barrow

THREE old shovels and a wheelbarrow have mysteriously gone missing from a house in Cranbourne. The garden items were stolen from a garden shed outside...

Older faces to reunite

ST PETER’S College will host its first 10-year reunion next week. The Cranbourne college opened in 1994, with the first group of year 12s graduating...

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Visa reprieve but wait continues

A Dandenong migration agent has welcomed the 12-month extension of visas for evacuees from Taliban-run Afghanistan. Thay Horn Yim said the extension of the three-month...

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