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Festival celebrates diversity

Cardinia Shire Council partnered with Proud2Play to host the Parklife IDAHOBIT Movement Festival on Sunday 14 May to help encourage a sense of belonging...

WWII soldiers honoured

On Saturday 14 May, the Officer Public Hall Committee held the unveiling of the WWII Honour Board. Over 100 people were in attendance while La...

ScoMo visits sikhs

Hot on the election campaign, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has shared birthday cake and roti with volunteers at an Officer Sikh temple. The PM visited...

Police launch statewide day of action

Pedestrian deaths have more than doubled this year and Victoria Police is issuing an urgent safety plea to all road users. A statewide day of...

Solving housing crisis

A few weeks ago the Pakenham Gazette kindly published a letter I wrote on the despair I felt for young people trying to enter...

Tennis club improvement needed

Officer Tennis Club is advocating for improved facilities for the 87 year old building it calls home. A petition by members of the club has...

Community consultation for Pakenham level crossing

Early works are underway in Pakenham to remove three dangerous and congested level crossings at Main Street, McGregor Road and Racecourse Road and locals...

Creating safer clubs and workplaces in Cardinia Shire

Local business and sports and recreation clubs are invited to a free evening edition of Together We Can’s Community Leadership Summit. The event will address...

Reconciliation Week flag raising ceremony

Cardinia Shire Council is inviting the community to a flag raising ceremony on Friday 27 May to commemorate the start of National Reconciliation Week...

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

Cardinia Shire Council is hosting a community event to recognise World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on Wednesday 15 June at the Cardinia Cultural Centre...

Mums celebrated at Tooradin

On Monday 9 May, Tooradin Primary School welcomed mothers, grandmothers, aunties and special friends into every classroom to celebrate the place they hold in...

Labor failing on emergency services commitments in the South East, says Battin

Shadow Minister for Police and Emergency Services Brad Battin has hit-out at the State Government after last week’s state budget failed to deliver any...

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Festival celebrates diversity

Cardinia Shire Council partnered with Proud2Play to host the Parklife IDAHOBIT Movement Festival on Sunday 14 May to help encourage a sense of belonging...

ScoMo visits sikhs