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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...

Main Street open, McGregor Closed

Main Street is back open with residents greeted to a brand new roundabout under the rail bridge while McGregor Road closes for almost a...

Pakenham icons lost

Football stalwart remembered Pakenham lost one of its most devoted residents with the passing of Thelma Young who is remembered as a tireless worker. Ms Young...

Flood conditions close roads and impact homes

The Pakenham State Emergency Service (SES) unit was kept busy earlier this week, as flood conditions impacted roads and homes across Pakenham. A total of...

Top students honoured

Premier Jacinta Allan has celebrated a number of the state's best students as this year's Premier's VCE Awards recipients. This year’s awards were the first...

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...

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