DANDENONG | SPRINGVALE | NOBLE PARK
Home News Page 785

News

City won’t see green light cash

By CAMERON LUCADOU-WELLS WHAT DO YOU THINK? SCROLL TO BELOW THIS STORY TO POST A COMMENT. GREATER Dandenong Council has a possible $300,000 void in its...

Salvos’ Doveton Food Bank warehouse to close

By Cameron Lucadou-Wells WHAT DO YOU THINK? SCROLL TO BELOW THIS STORY TO POST A COMMENT. IN the midst of its annual Red Shield Appeal, the...

Women’s finances Dandenong workshop

Women who have been controlled financially in a violent domestic relationship are invited to a free workshop in Dandenong next month. WIRE Women's Information will...

Dandenong Plaza gets ABA breastfeeding tick

The Australian Breastfeeding Association has rated Dandenong Plaza's recently refurbished parent room as five-star. Yvette O'Dowd, a breastfeeding counsellor at the ABA's Dandenong group, said...

School crossings considered

Casey Council will respond to requests from Doveton College, which opened this year, for school crossings in the area. The college, formed from a...

Roundabout funding on the way

Five intersections in Dandenong and Springvale will receive $1.26 million of federal black spot funding. Bruce federal Labor MP Alan Griffin and Infrastructure and Transport...

Dandenong boarding house bashing

A man was bashed in an aggravated burglary in a boarding house in David Street, Dandenong, on Monday of last week. The 24-year-old boarding house...

Grants for Men’s Sheds

Men's Sheds across Victoria are eligible for $30,000 grants from the state government. The group's 160 branches aim to provide health and well-being assistance for...

Orchestra on the prowl

The Australian Youth Orchestra is on the hunt for Australia's most talented and aspiring young musicians. The 2013 application process has begun to find Australia's...

Julia Gillard and community cabinet hit Berwick

PRIME Minister Julia Gillard faced some tough questions when she fronted the Berwick community last night (Wednesday). About 400 people came to see the Prime...

Out of Africa

Young Africans who had a hard start in life have established themselves in Melbourne. Melissa Cunningham finds that their new struggle is against...

St Hilliers crisis: Hallam manufacturer ‘snubbed’

By Cameron Lucadou-Wells WHAT DO YOU THINK? SCROLL TO BELOW THIS STORY TO POST A COMMENT. A UNION has blamed the state government’s ‘‘snubbing’’ of a...

Your first stop before buying a home. View the whole picture.

Latest

Amazon offers $150,000 STEM camp

Primary-school students are applying for a rare chance to take part in computer-science camps at Amazon in Dandenong South. Entries have opened for 100 Sydney...