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Woman escapes sexual assault bid in Noble Park

A man pushed a 51-year-old woman onto her back and straddled her during an attempted sexual assault in Noble Park earlier this month. Dandenong sexual...

Springvale hard rubbish up in flames

A HARD rubbish pile was incinerated on a Springvale nature strip early last Wednesday morning. An Olympic Avenue resident heard banging noises outside about 2.30am...

Man found in Noble Park with head wounds

A MAN was found with serious head injuries beside Kelvinside Road in Noble Park last Sunday. The 52-year-old man, who was found at 2.40am and...

Burst water pipe forces Mulgrave patients to move

SEVERAL patients had to be moved from their wards at The Valley Private Hospital in Mulgrave this morning after a cold water pipe...

Childcare faces ‘crisis’

WHAT DO YOU THINK? SCROLL TO BELOW THIS STORY TO POST A COMMENT. An early childhood education union claims childcare fees in Dandenong have soared...

Crane falls at Mulgrave hospital

Building works at The Valley Private Hospital were halted on Friday morning when a crane fell, causing what was described as minimal structural damage. No...

Close call in Dandenong North crash

Two drivers were taken to Dandenong Hospital after a crane-truck and bus collided on Stud Road, Dandenong North, on Thursday evening. Both vehicles were...

Unjamming Noble Park level crossing

Greater Dandenong Council will write to VicRoads for an urgent remedy to the congested level crossing in Heatherton Road, Noble Park. At a council meeting...

Work mishaps cost millions in Dandenong

Workers in Greater Dandenong have claimed $139.8 million for musculoskeletal injuries in the past five years. WorkSafe says there were 4562 claims for such injuries,...

Refugee Week: When hope leads to a ‘celebration’

By CAMERON LUCADOU-WELLS HOPE has proved a valuable commodity for South Sudanese refugee Gatwech Gatluak. Mr Gatluak is a guest speaker for a Restoring Hope 'celebration'...

‘Un-fare deal’ for Dandenong taxis

By CAMERON LUCADOU-WELLS and SAMANTHA ROBIN DO YOU THINK THE TAXI ZONES SHOULD BE CHANGED? VOTE IN OUR POLL, SCROLL TO BELOW THIS STORY...

Sole-searching green in Dandenong

LYNDALE Greens Primary School pupils Belen, Azaria and Connor embraced their inner green thumb in an unusual way by creating garden beds...

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Diggers club

A new group of green thumbs got their hands dirty with the launch of Endeavour Hills Neighbourhood Centre. At the opening was Morgan Koegal,...

Urban forest saved