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Pearcedale pavilion upgrade

A $4million plan to raze Pearcedale’s blue eyesore could not come fast enough for the 120 female football players who call the ‘Dales home....

Just the start of the journey

Doveton took three boxers over to compete against the Tasmanian’s in the annual Regional tournament recently. First up Doveton had 13-year-old Isaac Johnson making his...

Casualties mount for the Wickers

A new and exciting challenge is getting more and more difficult for the Berwick Football Club as injuries to key players threaten to derail...

Liam leaps another hurdle

In the beginning, it all happened so fast. But once the news hit home, time stood still. From the sound of the siren in Narre...

The Cannons are firing

Nestled within Berwick College, the Casey Cannons Hockey Club has had a strong imprint on the local community since its establishment in 1989. As local...

A great day for coursing

Lang Lang Coursing Club hosted its first meeting of the coursing season on Sunday with the focus on puppies and maidens to start their...

Demons steal the spotlight

Casey Stadium will be the heartbeat of Victorian netball on Saturday night when the Casey Demons kick-start their 2021 Victorian Netball League (VNL) Championship...

Zippy Zach’s dream weekend

It was without a doubt a dream weekend for Jam Jerrup’s Zack Johnson at last weekend’s third round of the mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian...

Eagles come flocking back

Cranbourne returns to big-time competition football for the first time since 2019 when the Eagles head to Woori Yallock on Saturday for a huge...

Redbacks gearing up for 2021

Hampton Park coach Nathan ‘Nanga’ Wilson has a vision for the Redbacks as he prepares to enter his first season as senior coach –...

Cranny takes care of business

CRANBOURNE BOWLS Cranbourne and the ladder-leading Clayton were scheduled to play each other last week but with the game cancelled it will now take the...

Kayla is a rising star

Pearcedale youngster Kayla Cottrell has fast risen to stardom, becoming - at just 18 years of age - the youngest Victorian greyhound trainer to...

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Our housing crisis

Each day in the City of Casey, more than 1000 people go without a safe place to call home. That’s an estimate, because the data...

Clyde land disposed

Hughie’s the boss