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Cardinia Council draft budget on exhibition

Cardinia Shire Council is encouraging community feedback on the draft 2019-20 Budget and draft amended Council Plan until 5pm on Wednesday 15 May. The proposed...

Lewd act in Officer

Victoria Police are investigating an incident where a man was allegedly seen performing a lewd act in Officer. Investigators were told the man was observed...

Record number of youths ready to vote

The enrolment period for the electoral roll has officially closed and the Australian Electoral Commission has labelled it the “best electoral roll in history”,...

Pakenham local succeeds at Stawell

 Pakenham local Jason Bailey has come third in the 2019 Stawell Gift, recording a time of 12.249 in the 120 metre men’s final on...

More sporting facilities for Kooweerup

Cardinia Shire Council has been successful in obtaining two grants to upgrade two ovals at the Kooweerup Primary & Secondary Schools. The works will...

Building bridges over Toomuc

Cardinia Shire Council has approved the tender to design and construct two pedestrian bridges over Toomuc Creek. The project aligns with Cardinia’s organisational plans to...

Life on the land can’t be planned

“Follow your knowing - you already possess the courage to do it. The tiniest of steps in the right direction is still a step...

Scooter snatched and stolen

Police are investigating after a man stole a boy’s scooter while he was riding it along a footpath in Pakenham on 15 April. Investigators have...

Fundraiser in full swing

Bunyip Tennis Club went on a mission to help those affected by the Bunyip State Park bushfires at the beginning of March. A twilight...

Train pain for Beaconsfield

Councillor Brett Owen says extra car parks aren’t the only issue surrounding Beaconsfield station, with improved public transport links also on the agenda. Beaconsfield has...

Tots donate to Good Friday Appeal

Time 4 Tots early learning centre in Pakenham are well and truly in the Easter spirit, donating the sum of $423 to the Good...

Tools down, spatulas up

If you’re a fan of cooking shows, you’re going to love Beaconsfield Upper café owner Sally’s new series. Producing her very own cooking show...

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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