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Progress Street VCAT bid dismissed

The state's planning tribunal has dismissed a suite of applications against the State Government’s controversial Progress St level-crossing closure as “misconceived.” The Victorian Civil and...

EPA wants to hear how your mental health is impacted by odour

Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) will soon launch a survey in the City of Casey to understand how odour can impact mental health and...

No genuine remorse from killer bodybuilder

An Endeavour Hills bodybuilder has been jailed for up to 31 years for viciously murdering his partner and wounding her 10-year-old daughter who heroically...

Clarke, comebacks and change

JONTY: It was a traditional winter’s Saturday… DAVE: Excuse me, it’s not winter yet. JONTY: I’m going to ignore that interruption Dave…where you needed your coats...

One United force at Lyndale

Lyndale United Football Club has its own special and unique formula for measuring its deeds and accomplishments as a sporting club. Like most clubs it...

Redbacks up for another challenge

Third on the ladder with its only loss being to table-toppers East Malvern. This wasn’t the position Hampton Park was supposed to be in six...

Berwick’s Hurst putting name up in lights

Berwick defender Kane Hurst is capturing attention after a strong month of footy in the talent pathway system. Hurst trialled for Vic Country against the...

Bombers sanctioned for salary cap breach

Emerald Football Netball Club will retain its 2023 Outer East Football Netball (OEFN) Division One premiership despite being found to have breached its salary...

Shipp and Frangalas earn VFL call-ups

Beaconsfield’s Kobe Shipp and Berwick’s Sam Frangalas and both made their VFL debuts on the weekend. Both players were in AFL draft conversations across their...

I don’t want to…

No, I’m not a 2-year-old stamping my feet refusing to comply with my parents’ wishes. I’m an adult and as adults there are things...

What’s On

Play in Our Street Join us in Noble Park throughout June and Play in Our Street. The first event Drama and Storytelling features magic, stoytelling...

Ron takes the chop for charity

Ron Jesson’s dramatic makeover lit up a massive Australia’s Morning Tea fundraiser at Palm Village Resort Willow Lodge. To the cheers of hundreds of his...

Looking Back

100 years ago 29 May 1924 For Sale PianoBox Buggy, hooded, rubber tyres, good order. “Merrimu” Walker Street, Dandenong. Five white Leghorn cockerels. Government poultry farm strain: pedigree...

Gift of learning for local schools

A bonanza of $10,000 worth of books have been donated to four primary schools as part of this year’s Combined Rotary Club's Literacy Fundraiser. Athol...

An eye for the ‘perfect picture’

Whether in the wilds or in the city, Terry Blades always has an eye out for a possible photo of a lifetime. At 76, the...

Top-Up lessons for at-risk swimmers

Life Saving Victoria’s pilot program, Top-Up Lesson will support “at-risk” children to improve swimming skills in Greater Dandenong. Part of a two-stage research project, LSV...

Oates on the campaign trail

Former City of Casey mayor and current president of the Casey Residents and Ratepayers Association, Brian Oates is looking to play his hand at...

Awareness on sexual exploitation

The St Kilda Gatehouse sees a third of the overall number of young people they support hailing from the City of Casey, with similar...

Net-zero roadmap unveiled for South East

A joint report has mapped the way to net-zero emissions for councils, businesses and households in the South East. The Roadmap to Net Zero Emissions...

Slashing $100 off default energy price

The Essential Services Commission (ESC) has released its final decision on the Victorian Default Offer electricity price, locking in a reduction of about $100...

Bittersweet victory in Doveton Pool

The decision for the City of Casey to remove multiple pools and slides from Doveton Pool in the Park was bittersweet, following the last...

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Progress Street VCAT bid dismissed

The state's planning tribunal has dismissed a suite of applications against the State Government’s controversial Progress St level-crossing closure as “misconceived.” The Victorian Civil and...