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Scholarship beckons for Endeavour Hills talent

Kristin Astouroghlian will be one of eight competitors vying for a Sydney Eisteddfod Opera Scholarship on Sunday 26 June as part of the 2022...

VCAT upholds ‘dangerous dog’ ruling for three Bull Arab-Staghound crosses

An Endeavour Hills man may lose ownership of at least one of his three dogs, after a VCAT appeal upheld Casey Council’s dangerous dog...

Witnesses to attempted lake abduction sought

Police are appealing for witnesses following an attempted abduction of a 36-year old woman at Lysterfield Lake on Saturday afternoon. At a press conference...

Police needed

Police presence is the common denominator when people are asked about how the issue of criminality on Lonsdale and Langhorne Streets could be addressed Employees...

Fears on Scott Street

A member of the community action group for crime prevention says homelessness needs to be addressed to significantly combat the crime fear gripping businesses...

Smashed windows petrify workers

Violent crime in broad daylight has workers on the main street of Dandenong terrified. Employees at Hall and Partners First National Real Estate had their...

Crime inevitable says mayor

Greater Dandenong mayor Jim Memeti is adamant that Greater Dandenong has not taken a step backwards despite recent crime activity. The mayor’s brother-in-law owns Green...

Bushwalker escapes attempted abductor

A Dandenong North woman has escaped a would-be abductor at Churchill National Park in Endeavour Hills. The 36-year-old was walking east from the Army Road...

Clean water drives award winner

People who win awards for their service are often humble saying they do their work for an important cause, not recognition. Others grant their support...

Police investigate Mulgrave death

A Narre Warren South man has been taken into custody after the body of a man was found in a house in Mulgrave on...

No six-string for Springvale Restaurant

A Springvale restaurant owner has been left disappointed and with a reduced customer base after being refused karaoke in its restaurant. In a decision dubbed...

Long-serving MP takes flight

Upper House Liberal MP and former Minister Gordon Rich-Phillips will end his 23-year tenure in State Parliament this year. On Friday 17 June, the South...

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IBAC Bill defeated

A State Coalition’s bid to hasten the release of IBAC’s reports has been narrowly defeated in State Parliament. Labor MPs, with the support of cross-benchers...

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