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Entertainment

Weekend what’s on

Neighbour Day morning tea Gembrook Community Group warmly invite you to a Morning Tea. Come and enjoy a cup of coffee or tea and have...

Two Bob’s worth: True Confessions Revisited

DYLANesque, who wowed audiences for the last two years with their show The Bob Dylan Story, are set to play Garfield Picture Theatre with...

Fun for all at Bunyip Show

The Bunyip and District Agricultural Show was back for the 119th time on Sunday with an array of exhibits ranging from craft to livestock. There...

Cheese for change

White Ribbon Australia is urging communities to get together to chat about how Australia can prevent men’s violence against women, and address the causes...

Q and A with Paul Ingle

Q and A with Pakenham jazz musician Paul Ingle... What is something people don't know about you? My inner desire to have known my dad better....

Cheese for change

White Ribbon Australia is urging communities to get together to chat about how Australia can prevent men’s violence against women, and address the causes...

Dress up for Harmony Day

Pakenham Primary School celebrated different cultures by holding a multicultural performance afternoon and dress up day on Wednesday. “The school community was so excited to...

Communities unite for Harmony Day

The community came together to experience rich cultures in celebration of Harmony Day at the Living and Learning Centre in Pakenham on Thursday. Music School...

A movie under the stars

Rescheduled due to the Bunyip State Forest bushfires, Gembrook Primary School is proud to be hosting its outdoor movie night on 29 March. This...

Sports day proves a delight

Cardinia Gujarati Association Inc. (CGA) hosted a sports day and barbecue at PB Ronald Park in Pakenham on Sunday 10 March. Sports day was...

Weekend what’s on

Bunyip fire relief sausage sizzle Lakeside Residents Group will be conducting a fundraising sausage sizzle for the Casey Cardinia Foundation - Bunyip Fire Emergency Relief...

Coaching all abilities

Beaconsfield Tennis Club members took a trip to Parliament House in Melbourne for their long standing dedication, coaching program and partnership with mental health...

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Hundreds remember ANZACs at Officer

They gathered in their hundreds, young and old, shielded from the cold in beanies, scarves and thick coats, with medals and poppies pinned proudly...

Kooweerup remembers