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ANZAC tributes at Springvale and Noble Park

ANZAC Day was marked early at Noble Park and Springvale cenotaphs on Sunday 21 April. Both services featured traditional marches by servicepeople and families, followed...

‘Family’ club proudly wears White Ribbon message

Recent tragedies have highlighted the scourge of men’s violence against women, but Doveton Football Netball Club has long taken a strong stand. Netball and football...

Bill shocks absorbed

South East Community Links is bringing back its Bring Your Bills Day as residents continue to battle the rising cost of living. The event –...

Fiji, favourites and famers

DAVE: Hi boys, it’s good to be back after a couple of weeks lazing away in Fiji. I did rush back when I saw...

Little Demons crank things up

The VFL Oval at Casey Fields was transformed into a sea of colour on Sunday as the South East Juniors (SEJ) kick-started their season...

‘Do it for my culture’: NBL1 star Jesse Ghee goes pro

Former NBL1 Dandenong Rangers point guard Jesse Ghee has become one of the first few Torres Strait Islanders to play professionally internationally, and he...

Will Redbacks’ roll continue?

SOUTHERN FOOTBALL NETBALL LEAGUE Undefeated Southern Division 2 sides Hampton Park and East Malvern are set for battle on Saturday at Robert Booth Reserve. Having been...

Liam Bertrand’s inspirational journey

Liam Bertrand remembers it clearly. A kick in the guts, but one which was a long time coming. Ahead of the 2022 finals series, the reserves...

Stagg set for stint on the sidelines

Berwick Springs’ first chapter under the new leadership team of Hayden Stagg and Chris Johnson was dealt a crushing blow before the season begun...

Cracking the code to success

Sixteen-year-old whiz kid Dinith Meegahapola has cracked the code, winning a coveted visit to Apple’s HQ in the US. The Haileybury student and app developer...

Dandy-Con leaps into action

Heroes and villians are set to jump off the page at Dandenong Library for the return of Dandy-Con comic festival. Dandy-Con will be a carnival...

What’s On

City Nature Challenge Join eager citizen scientists from councils in the Greater Melbourne area to compete with cities from around the world by taking pictures...

Looking Back

100 years ago 24 April 1924 Wild weather Following on a mild, wet summer, the autumn rains in this district have been unusually heavy and are seriously...

Nawroz Festival a success

The Bakhtar Casey Nawroz Festival 2024 held on Saturday 13 April in Hallam was a resounding success. Drawing a crowd of more than 2000...

Three days of feast and festival

Hundreds packed out the Wat Buddharangsi temple at Springvale South for Khmer New Year celebrations on 12-14 April. The traditional harvest celebration staged by the...

Sculpting a big impact in a small space

As backyards shrink, new ideas for gardens are on the rise. Smaller areas have necessitated a rethink in how to design outdoor spaces for...

Four easy ways to save water around your garden

Whether you love your lawn or want to grow a tropical oasis in your backyard, for gardeners, being water-wise can help save money and...

Christmas classics for the festive season

The holiday season is upon us and it's the time for many traditions, including binge watching the same old Christmas films we all know...

How to select a great dentist

There are different moments in which we see ourselves in need to look for a dentist. One of the most common moments is after...

Keep your kids busy and the planet happy

With the next round of school holidays quickly approaching, many parents and guardians may be scratching their heads trying to think of activities to...

Be in it to win it at Waverley Gardens

Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre in Mulgrave is celebrating the addition of three new stores and expresses immense gratitude to the loyal customers who have...

Return of Gremlns

After a seven-year hiatus, the South East rap group Gremlns is making a comeback to revive Australia’s music scene. Formed in 2014, Cranbourne’s 700Kae, Gs...

Casey celebrates 15 years of safe driving

The City of Casey’s learner driver mentorship program celebrated its 15th anniversary on Tuesday, 16 April, unveiling two new vehicles to aid the program’s...

A15 protesters return to AW Bell

Joining a global protest movement known as A15, Weapons out of NAARM (WOON) staged another protest in front of AW Bell company in Dandenong...

Trespasser causes commuter delays

There were major delays on the Pakenham and Cranbourne train lines this morning - Friday 19 April - following a reported trespasser. There would be...

Man accused of supplying weapons to youth gangs faces 140 charges

A man accused of supplying prohibited knives and machetes to youth gang members in Greater Dandenong is facing 140 charges. The 52-year-old Cranbourne North man...

Smokey conditions as burns ramp up

Residents should expect lingering smoke from planned burns this weekend and into next week as wind conditions will likely prevent smoke from dispersing, CFA...

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ANZAC tributes at Springvale and Noble Park

ANZAC Day was marked early at Noble Park and Springvale cenotaphs on Sunday 21 April. Both services featured traditional marches by servicepeople and families, followed...