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Worker milks Coles in baby formula racket

A worker smuggled out scores of baby formula tins from a Coles supermarket to help fund his gambling addiction, a court has heard. Aries Kim,...

Truckie’s ‘gross negligence’ killed student

A Pakenham truck driver has been jailed by the County Court of Victoria for culpable driving that killed a 19-year-old university student in Dandenong. Kerasoma...

History of Holden workers wanted

Historians at the University of Adelaide and Monash University are searching for former Holden employees to interview about their working experiences for an oral...

Care for Bear – in the nick of time

 Vets and nurses at Australian Animal Protection Society have saved the life of a critically injured puppy abandoned in a cardboard box. The six-week-old Rottweiler...

Roz Blades AM resigns

In a shock announcement, mayor and councillor Roz Blades AM has announced her resignation from Greater Dandenong City Council, effective immediately. Ms Blades said her...

Recycler ’wage theft’ probe

A Dandenong-based recycler - and contractor of Greater Dandenong Council - is under investigation for alleged wage theft from asylum seekers. Polytrade Pty Ltd is...

Road paved for EV off-grid

Off-grid charging stations for electric vehicles could be part of home garages as soon as 2020. A research trial of rooftop solar-powered cabinets with battery...

Big day for the little ones

There was fun for the whole family, but most of all the littlies, at Greater Dandenong's Little Day Out. Held on Sunday 6 October, it...

Ex-imam refused permit

A former Noble Park imam’s attempt to restore his Working With Children permit has been refused by the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. Ibrahim Omerdic...

Ex-imam refused permit

A former Noble Park imam’s attempt to restore his Working With Children permit has been refused by the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. Ibrahim Omerdic...

’Sub-standard’ space renewed

A bigger, more beautiful Noble Park Civic Space has emerged after the removal of a disused electrical sub-station. The large brick sub-station’s removal was negotiated...

White Ribbon event marches on

Greater Dandenong’s Walk Against Family Violence will go ahead despite the shutdown of White Ribbon Australia. The council’s acting chief executive Paul Kearsley said the...

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Drink for the senses

Florina Tumminello, pictured, imbibed the aromas of chai tea during a food tour for blind and vision impaired people at Dandenong Market on 15...