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Tributes flow for Dandenong legend Max Curtain

By ALECIA PINNER THE Journal has been flooded with visits and calls from locals who have wanted to share their memories of William Maxwell (Max) Curtain,...

Dandenong Market: Rent-row stallholder walks out

By CAMERON LUCADOU-WELLS DANDENONG Market will finally open on Sundays in October – but it won’t be in time to save a stalwart stallholder who has...

Dad slaps daughter's bully

By DAVID SCHOUT A NARRE Warren South father has been fined for taking his daughter’s problems into his own hands and slapping a school bully over the head. Dandenong...

St James Church to turn 150 

By CAMERON LUCADOU-WELLS UNLOCK the doors of Dandenong’s oldest church and a surprising history is revealed within its atmospheric stained-glass interior. Inside St James Church, a 149-year-old...

Dandenong's Tupu lives Army Reserve dream

AFTER three years in the Army Reserve, the dream of Dandenong's Tupu Tanuavsa to be deployed overseas was realised last month. Private Tanuavsa was sent to...

Pink comes to Dandenong

By DAVID SCHOUT ONE of the best Pink cover artists is coming to town on August 9 for an exciting show at the Dandenong Workers Social...

MamaLand comes to the rescue

By KATHLEEN BELSTEN THIS is a modern fairytale, a story of hope for an underdeveloped country, in which South Sudan is Cinderella and Stella Lado...

Hallam girls just never lose

By DAVID SCHOUT HALLAM Secondary College’s Senior Girls Football team has continued its amazing undefeated run, notching its 40th straight win to claim a second consecutive AFL...

Our Alice in dreamland, as Rangers play Opals

By DAVID SCHOUT ALICE Kunek was a fresh-faced 16-year-old when she first pulled on a Dandenong Rangers singlet in 2007. As a young member of the...

What's on around Great Dandenong

BLUE AND WHITE DANCE The Campion Old Boys’ Association is holding its annual Blue and White Dance. Next Generation and DJ Phillip are the live acts....

Contest a dream for whiz Joshua

By KATHLEEN BELTSEN COMPUTER whiz Joshua Stevens is one of only three Australians to win the chance to compete in the finals of an international computer software...

Barrow load of fun at Silverton Primary School

By DAVID SCHOUT YOUNGSTERS Christopher and Jack were barking up the right tree when they and fellow Silverton Primary School students planted 250 trees in their...

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Hardy stunner seals huge win

Narre South opener Kyle Hardy produced one of the individual performances of the DDCA season to date on Saturday, crunching a clutch century to...