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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...

What’s On

Tai Chi Tai Chi is a Chinese system of physical exercise aiding health and relaxation. Join us for a 20 minute session following the...

Flow of humanity

Water is a constant Rivers are calm when they ebb and flow Waterfalls, streams, oceans spread over the earth Touching the banks Creating forests Growing the trees and undergrowth...

Looking Back

100 years ago 22 May 1924 Another Shock The astounding low prices which are quoted for prime cuts of beef at H. Law's shop are causing a...

Long run to birthday milestone

A Greater Dandenong running enthusiast has gifted herself two of Australia’s most rewarding running experiences. The 49-year-old life coach Caroline Overbeek will be celebrating her...

What’s On

Perform in Our Street NPK Enjoy a weekly series of music and dance at Frank Street Open Space in May and June. The first session...

Looking Back

100 years ago 15 May 1924 The Power's off For months past, the expression “The power's off,” has become a regular by-word in many establishments where the...

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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...