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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...

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...

Disabled centre booted by developers

A volunteer-run disabled riding school forced off their land by developers are looking for “people power” to help them get their new centre up...

Custard crime leaves bitter taste

The owner of Pakenham’s Donutopia cafe has spoken out against the region’s frightening spate of crime after his store was robbed by balaclava-clad thugs...

Time to hit the dance floor

People with special needs can get their groove on to monthly disco jams held Pakenham Dance Studio. The Special Needs Disco will be...

A historic backhander

By Kyra Gillespie The future of the Pakenham Tennis Club hangs in the balance after a portion of its members voted to relocate...

No win for buyers

By Rowan Forster Land developer Winning Post Estate has collapsed into liquidation, leaving those who splurged life-savings for land at Bayview Road, Officer, out of...

New era for Rotary

By Rowan Forster A new president has taken the reigns at Pakenham Rotary Club, promising to build on the non-for-profit’s commitment to inspire the next...

‘Worst’ station in the state

By Kyra Gillespie Pakenham Railway Station has been labelled the “worst” premium station in Victoria by Bass MP Brian Paynter, who is calling...

Parking row on Manna Row

By Rowan Forster  A planning oversight is allowing “overzealous” council officers to slug ratepayers with fines for parking in their own driveways. Townhouses on Manna...

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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...

PM hits Paky