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New phone stolen

Police are looking for a man that allegedly stole a mobile phone from a kiosk store at Cranbourne Shopping Centre. He is alleged to have...

A new-look bowls club on its way

Cranbourne Bowls Club will receive a facelift thanks to a funding investment announced by Holt Labor MP Anthony Byrne. The funding worth $550,000 will allow...

Heritage Festival brings hit of nostalgia

History was on display at the historic Fisherman’s Cottage in Tooradin last Saturday. The Cottage played host to the National Trust’s Heritage Festival, held in...

Our female firefighters

Three courageous yet humble young women are helping break down gender inequality in CFA volunteer numbers, having devoted their time to the Devon Meadows...

New artwork strives for faster, higher and stronger

Damian Vick loves steel. So much so he’s been working with it artistically for more than ten years. Recently Damian answered the call for public...

Tiger snake found in toy box

Astounding video has emerged of a snake catcher grappling with a Tiger snake that spilled out of a cardboard toy box in a South...

Firearms stolen

Casey Crime Investigation Unit is investigating an aggravated burglary that occurred in Cranbourne East on 19 March. Police allege between 11.55pm on the 18 March...

Maurice’s fight for cure

A Clyde North man who lost his wife and son to Huntington’s disease is determined in his fight to find a cure. The rare genetic...

Stolen van dashes plans

A Langwarrin couple is pleading for the safe return of their caravan after it was stolen from their property on Wednesday. Daughter Sarah Smith said...

Josh brings home gold

Josh Sullivan, 12, has reached new heights in Little Athletics, taking out gold and silver medals in the Hobart championships. The Cranbourne Little Athletics member,...

Casey’s history on display at Heritage Festival

The National Trust’s Australian Heritage Festival is coming to Tooradin and Berwick, with a number of events planned in coming weeks. The Festival gives visitors...

Schools remember sacrifice of our Anzacs

Intermediate VCAL students of Cranbourne North’s Alkira Secondary College have gathered at Tulliallan and Hillsmeade Primary Schools to commemorate Anzac Day. Vice-President of the Vietnam...

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Dental vans rolling into town

Cranbourne is one of the lucky suburbs set to benefit with the return of dental vans later this year. The state government has set aside...