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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

The Kooweerup community banded together to remember those past and present at the Anzac Day dawn service held at the cenotaph. Forty servicemen were...

Pakenham honours Anzacs

Hundreds gathered for an Anzac Day service in Pakenham to pay tribute to servicemen and women and to commemorate the special day in Australian...

Residents barking mad over dog park plans

Officer woman and dog owner Carolyn Mittra was one of 26 residents who recently brought a petition to Cardinia Shire Council to oppose plans...

Positive outcomes for community groups

Pakenham’s Living and Learning Centre and the Women’s Association South East Melbourne were lucky enough to secure funding under the Federal Government’s Community Grants...

Garden for children

School children will learn all about the environment with an upgraded wetlands teaching area and science garden at Beaconsfield Primary School if Labor wins...

Honouring the fallen on Anzac Day

Cardinia and Casey will support a number of Anzac Day services being held throughout the municipality tomorrow to honour the occasion. These events are...

Pakenham theft spree

Thieves targeted shops around Pakenham’s Main Street on Wednesday, with three burglaries in one morning. Between 2am and 3am, the Pakenham post office along Main...

Community clubs in the running to win big

Pakenham Racing Club and Club Officer are in the running to win big in the Community Clubs Victoria ‘Gala Dinner and Awards Night. The ‘night...

Beloved dog baited with poison

Dog owners are urged to be cautious following an incident involving a dog that was fed poisonous bait in Pakenham recently. A six-year-old Rottweiler...

Cardinia headspace on the cards

Cardinia could gain its own full headspace centre if Labor wins the May election. On Wednesday 17 April, Labor’s candidate for La Trobe Simon Curtis...

Easter road blitz in Cardinia

Eight unlicensed drivers and four disqualified drivers were caught by Victoria Police over the Easter weekend on Cardinia roads. Over the five-day Operation Nexus period,...

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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