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Cost of free speech rises

By CAM LUCADOU-WELLS FORMER Casey councillor Paul Richardson faces $200,000-plus in legal costs after his discrimination claims against Casey council were rejected by the Victorian...

Minister opens ward

By LACHLAN MOORHEAD A NEW multi-million dollar ward was officially opened at Casey Hospital last week. The $22.2 million sub-acute care facility was opened at the...

School lights make the switch

By LACHLAN MOORHEAD THE light bulb went on for Steven Adams this year. The school environment officer at Hallam Senior College has been instrumental in pushing...

Gun and knife gang hold up milk bar

POLICE are on the hunt for two men who held up a Hallam milk bar earlier this month. The men, one armed with a firearm...

Personal quest

By LACHLAN MOORHEAD ALISHA Walker has never had lupus but the illness has affected her all the same. The 26-year-old from Endeavour Hills has family members...

Culture won’t go to waste

By CASEY NEILL HALLAM’s Wastech Engineering is in the running for a coveted regional award. New CEO Brett Jones accepted the Greater Dandenong Chamber of Commerce...

Rise Up ‘rises’

By CAM LUCADOU-WELLS ANTI-Islam party Rise Up Australia leader Daniel Nalliah senses his political stocks are on the rise. Mr Nalliah, the pastor of Hallam-based Catch...

Cup’s full of good sports

ONLY months after the FIFA World Cup, there’s been another prestigious sporting cup held this year - this time in Casey. Last Monday, year 9...

New home for birthday

By CASEY NEILL SOUTHERN Migrant and Refugee Centre (SMRC) celebrated its 21st birthday last week - and learnt it would soon have a new home. City...

Rat’s life of wise works

By CASEY NEILL STUART Marriner will never get to see the results of his efforts to shut down the Lyndhurst toxic waste dump. The 95-year-old City...

Post-Myer fears unfounded as crowds flood Plaza

By CASEY NEILL DANDENONG Plaza is a “bargain haven” following its $40 million post-Myer transformation. Aldi, JB Hi-Fi Home, Daiso and Trade Secret opened their doors...

Rangers fire up

By JARROD POTTER IT TOOK blood, sweat but thankfully no tears for the Dandenong Rangers to put a diabolic WNBL off-season behind them. The Rangers’ horror...

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Police hunt for road-rage driver

Police have released a facial composite of a man believed to have been involved in a road-rage stabbing in Hallam on 10 April. A white...