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School filth fix

Pakenham’s biggest eyesore is set to be renovated and transformed into a thriving education space, under a proposal by Cardinia Shire. The Henry Road...

Diggers remembered

It was all about names and faces at Pakenham Remembrance Day ceremony on Sunday. To mark the Centenary of Armistice, a book was launched written...

Cesspit in the CBD

A FESTERING cesspit littered with filth, drug paraphernalia and empty beer bottles has become the eyesore of Pakenham’s CBD. The Cracker Jackson Memorial Pavilion...

Cash for class

The State Opposition has opened up the chequebook, pledging to renovate two of Cardinia Shire’s "neglected" schools in a $9.5 million investment, if elected. Pakenham...

In the business of saving lives

A lifesaving Pakenham-based venture, spearheaded by a paramedic and a teacher, has received a federal cash injection to provide free first aid training throughout...

Fifty Shades of Earl Grey

Over 200 guests celebrated Seniors Festival with Cardinia Shire Mayor Cr Collin Ross and fellow Councillors at the Cardinia Cultural Centre on Thursday 18...

Social housing gets the go-ahead

Cardinia Shire has rubber-stamped the controversial development of ten multi-storey units and an office building at the entrance of Main Street, Pakenham. During a...

BREAKING: Final recommendations released

By Pakenham Gazette sports editor Russell Bennett The creation of one competition featuring the Alberton and Mid-Gippsland clubs is still on the cards after AFL...

Diwali volunteer fury

Dedicated and hardworking volunteers driving Pakenham’s Diwali Festival are fed up with Cardinia Shire’s bureaucratic red tape – which they claim is jeopardising their...

PM hits Paky

Cardinia Shire bombarded Scott Morrison with a congestion-busting wish list during the Prime Minister’s tour of Pakenham - his first visit to Victoria since...

Drug overdose numbers double

The numbers of fatal overdoses in Pakenham have doubled, new research has discovered. It warns against the “hidden epidemic” that is the rise of...

BREAKING: Gippsland footy’s evolving landscape

By Gazette sports editor Russell Bennett The West Gippsland Football Netball Competition will be expanded to include 12 clubs from next year under one of...

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Crowds flock for Diwali

Crowds from Pakenham flocked to Diwali’s theme park extravaganza on Saturday, 10 November – marking the biggest event ever held by the Indian Association...

School filth fix

Diggers remembered

Cesspit in the CBD

Cash for class