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Saigon Square to heat up polls

By Cameron Lucadou-Wells WHAT DO YOU THINK? SCROLL TO BELOW THIS STORY TO POST A COMMENT. THE heated dispute over the naming of a plaza in...

Objectors engage in Bangholme tower row

By CAMERON LUCADOU-WELLS WHAT DO YOU THINK? SCROLL TO BELOW THIS STORY TO POST A COMMENT. A SCHOOL and its neighbouring residents say they are fed...

New eyes on Dandenong’s busy street

By CAMERON LUCADOU-WELLS WHAT DO YOU THINK? SCROLL TO BELOW THIS STORY TO POST A COMMENT. FIVE extra CCTV cameras that will soon scan Dandenong railway...

Baa battle: $130K court fight to keep pet sheep

A Springvale man hopes a $130,000 court battle with his local council will let him keep his beloved pet sheep Baa on his...

Bollywood Festival: Learn all the moves

WHY not learn Bollywood dancing? Kick up your heels and have some fun. Enjoy lessons in stress release with help from Shanti Neasham from yoga...

Bollywood Festival: Song and dance

COME behind the shops at Sunday’s Bollywood Festival and watch the colourful and interesting activities on the centre stage. Enjoy dance and musical performances by...

Bollywood Festival: Big fun beckons in Little India

DANDENONG'S Foster Street will resemble the streets of Mumbai on Sunday when it hosts the Bollywood Festival. Held in the Little India precinct,...

Bump and grind: Are there too many football clubs?

Greater Dandenong is overflowing with senior sides. Roy Ward asks whether the area has too many football clubs. AT last count Greater Dandenong had 13...

Ambulance Victoria apology: Crash victim was not pregnant

By JAMES TAYLOR AMBULANCE Victoria has ‘‘apologised unreservedly’’ for mistakenly reporting that a woman killed in a crash in Narre Warren East last week was...

Armed robbers hit North Dandenong liquor store

By DANIEL TRAN POLICE are appealing for witnesses to an armed robbery on a North Dandenong liquor store on Monday night. Two men armed with knives...

Fine over electric shock

A Mulgrave sign installation company was convicted and fined $50,000 over an incident that left a worker with severe burns from an electric shock. The...

Bid to sack Casey CEO Tyler fails

There were chaotic scenes at last Tuesday's Casey council meeting as a motion to sack chief executive officer Mike Tyler was defeated. Cr Kevin Bradford...

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Worker loses thumb, company fined

A Noble Park steel fabrication company has been fined $30,000 after a 28-year-old worker lost his thumb in a workplace accident. The 28-year-old’s left thumb...