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Car makes unannounced visit

Casey Highway Patrol are investigating an incident in Cranbourne West on Monday 1 August which saw a car crash into a house. Investigators have been...

Horse trainer pleads guilty to shotgun burglary

A successful horse trainer has been convicted of stealing up to eight rifles and shotguns during a Pakenham home burglary. Daniel Barone, now 44, of...

Endeavour Hills get the win

Endeavour Hills has recorded a thrilling two-point win over Carrum Patterson Lakes to close within half a game of fourth spot on the ladder. Endeavour...

Speed limit lifts on Monash Freeway

Commuters on the Monash Freeway are feeling the benefits of an increase in the speed limit from 80 to 100km/h following the completion of...

Jailed after death

A 44-year-old man has been jailed over the violent robbery and death of beloved grandfather Michael Mammone in Cranbourne two years ago. Christopher McEachran, 44,...

Pearcedale pet plots move pawsed

The RSPCA are assuring owners of cemetery plots at their Peninsula Animal Care Centre that no changes will take place to the pet cemetery...

Police brief: Car and bike collide in Tooradin

Collisions between motorcycles and cars continue to plague the South East following a serious incident in Tooradin on Monday 1 August. Police believe a...

Premier cleared in ‘Red Shirts’ report

Premier Daniel Andrews has been cleared of playing a part in the ‘Red Shirts’ scheme, the Victorian Ombudsman has found. In her second report on...

Increased police focus on hooning delivering results

An adjustment to policing methods has resulted in a dramatic fall in the number of hooning events in Melbourne’s South East, and large numbers...

Bus service upgrades coming to Clyde North

The State Government has announced a number of upgrades and additional bus stops to come to the Clyde North area. From Sunday 28 August,...

Issues in sheep health this season

In my role, when I hear the same comments coming from producers more than once, there is usually a reason. This year I have been...

Non-verbal students receive a digital helping hand

Communication can be a daily struggle for non-verbal students, which is why not-for-profit State Schools' Relief is hoping an investment in technology will make...

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Planting for the future, with the future

Gembrook MP Brad Battin planted over 240 tree seedlings with 13 primary Schools as part of National Tree Planting Day, celebrated during the last...