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New community grant program launched in Officer

Community groups in Officer and surrounding suburbs have the opportunity to apply for funding totalling $10,000 thanks to a new community grant program. The Arcadia...

Hills Hub furore

The development of the $7 million Emerald Hills Hub has been revealed as the most contentious project in Cardinia Shire’s history – requiring three...

Residents on lockdown, man armed

Police will prepare a report for the Coroner after the body of a man was located in bushland near Blind Bight, near Tooradin, at...

Swindled dad wants justice

When Damian Cromwell approached a Coles checkout in Pakenham with 21 iTunes gift cards, he didn’t suspect he was being swindled out of more...

Koowee conquers its demons, grand final awaits

WEST GIPPSLAND FOOTBALL NETBALL COMPETITION REVIEW - PRELIMINARY FINAL   By Russell Bennett How do you measure spirit? Is it in the way a side responds to...

ScoMo blames the state

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has blamed the State Government’s responsibility for burgeoning crime rates and gang problems in Melbourne’s south-east. Speaking to the Gazette...

‘It’s a parking lot’ – PM hits out on Monash

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has spruiked the second stage of the long-awaited Monash Freeway upgrade, describing the thoroughfare as a “parking lot.” During his tour...

PM’s eyes on Paky

Cardinia Shire has bombarded Scott Morrison with a congestion-busting wish list during the Prime Minister’s tour of Pakenham – his first visit to Victoria...

Marching orders for landowners

VicRoads will issue approximately 40 property owners their marching orders to make way for the long-awaited Healesville-Kooweerup Road upgrade. Farmers, businesses and families are...

Train pain felt on roads

The “woeful” reliability of Pakenham’s train line is prompting more commuters to ditch the rail network and try their luck in Melbourne’s peak-hour traffic. Performance...

New home for worshippers

Council have thrown their support behind plans for a new place of worship in Pakenham. Casey Baptist Church was handed the tick of approval...

Nominations open for humanity award

The Fred Hollows Foundation is calling for nominations for the annual Fred Hollows Humanity Award, which recognises Year Six students who demonstrate compassion, integrity...

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A red letter day

By sports editor Russell Bennett The time has come for the clubs of the West Gippsland Football Netball Competition to stand up as one and...