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A Floral Muse Exhibition: An opportunity to admire the beauty of the decorative use of flowers and plants to embellish home furnishings, create amazing public...

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100 years ago 29 June 1922 Noble Park The main street in Noble Park was the scene of mild excitement on Friday morning. Local ratepayers who were...

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100 years ago 22 June 1922 Dandenong Police Court Monday June 12, before Messrs J K Freeman, A Lousad, and J W H Wilson JPs Vaccination Cases Richard A...

Today’s moments, tomorrow’s memories

Dr Seuss once said: “Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory.” Our lives are lived, some for...

Awards’ expanded horizons

Greater Dandenong Chamber of Commerce has relaunched an expanded version of its prestigious annual awards. The South East Business Awards in 2022 will include more...

Breakfast Club serves students well

Hot drinks and breakfast are on the menu once a week at Killester College in Springvale. Since term 1, year 11 and 12 students as...

Giving greatest pleasure

We’re all seekers of one kind or another. We seek happiness, a good bank balance, and a peaceful environment. Some of us find pleasure...

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100 years ago 15 June 1922 Riding bicycles on footpaths Pedestrians will be pleased to see by our police court report that Sergt Hehir is keeping his...

Rob’s crowning glory for Jubilee

Dandenong’s famous British butcher Rob Boyle has gone all out for Queen Elizabeth II’s platinum jubilee. His store’s window display on Lonsdale Street was richly...

Overcome burden of worries

The greatest wealth is to learn to think in terms of what we have and what we are. We have enormous internal resources of...

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100 years ago 8 June 1922 The “Journal” When we increased the size of the “Journal“ to a six-page paper some weeks ago, the intention was...

Ten qualities of peace

Hate does not lead the way to peace, only love leads the way to peace. In this month falls the day of Vesak, where...

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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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