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Group effort makes for a safer commute for Beaconhills students

Students walking to Beaconhills College’s Pakenham campus now have a safer commute to school, thanks to a new school crossing across the busy Toomuc...

New quarry approved in Lang Lang

Lang Lang may continue to be an epicentre of truck movements feeding raw materials to Melbourne’s insatiable construction sites after the State Government recently...

Appreciating Pakenham’s new station

Members of Officer’s Gurdwara Sri Guru Nanak Darbar (SGND) paid a special visit to Pakenham Station. Last Monday 8 July, families toured the stations to...

Pakenham icons lost

Tony’s Quinn-tessential win in Cox Cup

GARFIELD GOLF The heavens opened early last week and then again on the weekend; so much so that preferred lies are now in play at...

Pakenham on winner’s list

Pakenham is back on the winner’s list with a 2-1 win in the local derby over Bunyip. After both teams scored one goal in the...

Cardinia continue winning ways

Cardinia is back to its best, winning its Men’s Metro 2 South top-of-the-table clash against Glen Iris 6-3. After conceding the first goal of the...

Disappointing Saturday evening for Warriors

Pakenham’s Youth League women will be ruing shooting inefficiency in a 72-59 loss to Albury Wodonga Bandits at Cardinia Life on Saturday night. The...

Air of mystery surrounds shield

Sports historian and former Pakenham Gazette football scribe Bob Utber has decided to put his investigative skills to the fore. Daughter Karen handed to him...

Beaconsfield’s absolute finest

Some wise-old heads described it as the greatest gathering of footballers in its 134-year history when the Beaconsfield Football Club hosted a reunion of...

Oldest flying-club marks 75 years at Moorabbin

The month of June marks the 75th anniversary of the Royal Victorian Aero Club (RVAC) basing itself at Moorabbin. RVAC is Australia's oldest and...

Spotlight on shelter’s unpopular pack

A ‘pity party’ is being held for a Keysborough animal shelter’s senior residents who have been in long wait for a new home. Australian Animal...

Playing for laughs – and heckles

Tom Gleeson will be bringing his comedic talents to Narre Warren for a first-time performance at Bunjil Place on Thursday 7 December. His new...

Headmasters of rock ’n’ roll

The click, pop and hum of a PA system starting up is soon joined by the sound of guitars tuning, drumbeats and scales on...

Students bring culture to Bunjil stage

Students from across the South East, including Officer Secondary College, have showcased their cultures in spectacular concerts at Bunjil Place theatre. The annual 4C’s (Cultivating...

Students bring culture to Bunjil stage

Students from across the South East have showcased their cultures in spectacular concerts at Bunjil Place theatre. The annual 4C’s (Cultivating Creative Cultures with Communities)...

Celebrating all things Holland

The upcoming Holland Festival, organised by the Rotary Club of Casey, will take place entirely indoors at Caribbean Gardens in Scoresby, spanning 7000sqm under...

Expert Advice to Conquer Foot Pain

"Experiencing foot pain? Chances are, you've received a diagnosis for one of these conditions: Plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis, Bunions, Morton's neuroma, Plantar heel pain,...

Having fun and helping kids in need

The staff and students at St James are passionate about supporting others. When supporting charities, we are always on the lookout for charities that...

Nurturing and inclusive environment

At Fleetwood Primary School, we take immense pride in fostering a nurturing and inclusive environment, where parents, students, and the community come together dedicated...

Treat them clean, keep them green

Sustainability is a focus of many schools these days, with students often encouraged to engage in practices such as packing ‘nude’ lunches, recycling and...

Halcyon Evergreen, the community with natural charm

Following the success of Halcyon Berwick, Stockland’s first community for over 50s in Victoria, Halcyon Evergreen is set to launch in May this year....

Ex-mayor booted from council meeting

This week’s council meeting was mayor versus mayor as Bill Ronald was kicked out of council chambers by Cardinia Shire Mayor Jack Kowarzik instigated...

AusNet exploring option to retain Heritage lights

Cardinia council and AusNet are investigating ways to retain what is left of the original Heritage Springs light fittings, though it is still ‘unclear’...

Honora honoured with new name

Cardinia Council has officially named ‘Honora’ as the new name for Pakenham East, after a divisive discussion throughout the area about the preferred name...

Rail freight to cut truck congestion

More rail freight investment is needed to take trucks off congested roads in the South East, according to the Greater South East Melbourne advocacy...

Crafting delights in Garfield

If you are a local creative, love knitting or need a good activity to just chat over then look no further than Garfield Uniting...

$10k of tools stolen

Remar Renovations was devastated after almost $10k worth of tools was stolen from their work ute recently. A wide range of tools, which are vital...

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Tony’s Quinn-tessential win in Cox Cup

GARFIELD GOLF The heavens opened early last week and then again on the weekend; so much so that preferred lies are now in play at...