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Berwick businesses get creative

Berwick Business Group has come up with an innovative way to safely celebrate Halloween. Local businesses have come together to encourage the community back...

Cannibal under review

Cardinia Shire Council is in the process of deciding whether to reopen the hugely popular Mount Cannibal Reserve in Garfield North. The reserve, which experienced...

Active investigation on cruelty case

A severely emaciated dog from a property in the south eastern suburbs has sadly been euthanised after he was surrendered to the RSPCA. The four-year-old...

Stranger danger warning: two girls followed near school

Two girls have been left shaken after they were allegedly stalked by a man in a car on two separate occasions near a Berwick...

Food drive for families in need

Cardinia Shire and Casey residents have an opportunity to help make Christmas more enjoyable for those doing it tough in the community. Casey Cardinia Libraries...

Level crossing fast tracked

The new road bridge replacing the Cardinia Road level crossing is set to open to traffic in December, months ahead of schedule. Major construction to...

Road to recovery for fire-affected businesses

A series of virtual workshops will help businesses and farms continue their recovery following the devastating 2019 Bunyip Complex fires. Presented by West Gippsland Progress...

Drain pain

An Officer road which is notorious for flooding is being investigated by Melbourne Water for a potential drain blockage. Station Street again flooded on Saturday...

Officer South fire quickly contained

Firies from multiple brigades attended a fire in Officer South this week. Members from Beaconsfield and Officer attended the tractor fire on Wednesday 28 October,...

Cardinia ups its security

Businesses and workers in the Cardinia Shire may benefit from $500,000 that was given to Cardinia Shire Council from the Federal Government. The council was...

Drunk hoon jailed

A drunk and unlicensed hoon, who was on bail when he sped through a red light and collided head on with a car in...

Bomb squad scare

A 32-year-old man has been remanded in custody after the Bomb Squad was called to a property in Clyde during a late-night raid. Owen Butler...

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A Beacy icon farewelled

Jim Read was St Kilda through and through, but the 1966 premiership-winning wingman had the Tigers in his heart. And it was Beaconsfield’s 1974 premiership...