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Star group quality shines in awards

By DANNY BUTTLER IN MORE ways than one, Star News Group’s latest accolades have been about being in the right place at the right time. The...

Luke stumps ’em

By DAVID NAGEL CARDINIA Cricket Club life member and champion wicket-keeper Luke Turner has dismissed plenty of batsmen in his time, but it was how...

Bound against bullying

By BRIDGET COOK CHILDREN at River Gum Primary School joined forces this month to take a stand against bullying in schools. On Friday 7 June, the...

Concern over unlicensed drivers

By BRIDGET COOK TWO Casey men had their cars impounded for excessive speed during a "concerning weekend" on the state’s roads. A Doveton man who never...

Step up for stomp

By BRIDGET SCOTT A CRANBOUNRE North resident said he felt like he was Gary Ablett Junior when he did the MCG Stadium Stomp last Sunday. Jeremy...

Police operation nets results

By BRIDGET COOK A MAN tried to flee and a stolen car was located during a police operation in Cranbourne North this week. Police, together with...

Wonder of Woolies new jobs

By BRIDGET COOK ABOUT 160 jobs have been created with the opening of a new Woolworths supermarket in Cranbourne North yesterday (Wednesday). The new supermarket was...

Parking woes

By BRIDGET COOK RESIDENTS living in the vicinity of the Lynbrook railway station say they are being inconvenienced by overflowing cars from the packed carpark. A...

Students record history service

By BRIDGET COOK ALKIRA Secondary College students have created a bond with a number of local servicemen through the writing of their biographies over the...

Appreciation of multiculturalism

A GROUP of Cranbourne Secondary students hosted an event for their younger pupils to celebrate multiculturalism. The school’s year-12 VCAL class arranged an International Day...

Tea fever at high pitch

By BRIDGET COOK SCHOOLS, organisations and businesses have enjoyed sweet treats and a cuppa together when they hosted an Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea. Now in its...

Council backs country show

By BRIDGET SCOTT TOES will be tappin’ heads will be noddin’ when a group of musicians give Tamworth a taste of their talent at the...

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Masterplan kicking goals for sports ground

Casey Council has adopted a masterplan for the Barry Simon Reserve in Endeavour Hills, which will guide its future development over the next 20...

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