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Break leads to price rise

A BREAK of two weeks between sales at VLE Pakenham and some higher prices over that period led to a lift of six cents...

On the fly

FLY BALLING is back at this year’s Pakenham Show. Demonstrations by the Berwick Obedience Dog Club will be held throughout the day on 20...

First for show

THIS year will mark the first time the “Great Aussie Bread Waiter’s Race” will be held at the Pakenham Show. Show secretary Val Lucas...

Show veterans offer insight- Above: Paul Bayard with a white Dorper ram.43160

By Madeline PrinceNAR NAR Goon farmers, Paul and Jenny Bayard, are Pakenham Show regulars, having entered their sheep for almost 50 years and winning...

Family fun at rodeo

By Tania MartinTHOUSANDS are set to return to the hills on the weekend for the popular Cockatoo Rodeo. The night will be packed with full...

John’s shocking new shave

By Bridget CookJOHN Van Dord says there are basically three hairstyles for men - parted, not parted or in his case, departed. The Kooweerup resident...

Pain barrier

By Jade LawtonTHE survivor of last month’s horror smash on the Monash Freeway has welcomed an announcement of median barriers from Berwick to Pakenham....

Damaged by fire

By Bridget CookFIRE destroyed two cars and caused considerable damage to the garage of a Beaconsfield home on Saturday (13 March). Beaconsfield fire brigade was...

Free rides beat fireworks

By Melissa MeehanA DECISION to spend more money on free rides for Pakenham’s youth ended up being the right one at Yakkerboo 2010. President...

Parade winners

THE Yakkerboo Parade was again a hit this year as residents young and old took part in the Storybook Character theme of the day....

Nod sought to rezone land

CARDINIA Shire Council will seek authorisation from the State Government to rezone a parcel of land in Lang Lang to fit the Government’s Melbourne...

Disabled grants all around

THE Berwick Bowling Club and the Berwick Neighbourhood Centre will each receive $1000 as part of Casey’s Access for All Abilities Initiative Grants program. The...

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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