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Dangerous driver spared jail

An unlicensed, ice-addled driver who crashed into a power pole and critically injured himself and his passenger has been narrowly spared jail. Slade Musgrove, 25,...

Road closures and bus services set for works blitz

Sections of a number of major Pakenham roads will be closed over the coming week due to ongoing Level Crossing Removal Project works. Both of...

Council debt swells for major projects

Greater Dandenong Council is set to increase households’ rates and waste charges bills this year to a median $1534.82 - up by 2.53 per...

Support child as single mother killed in Hampton Park fatal collision

A bereaved family has launched a fundraising to cover the funeral and legal expenses following the death of a single mother in the fatal...

Connected Libraries transition to charity

Connected Libraries will transition to a charity under the Local Government Act 2020, a council report notes. The Local Government Act 2020 stipulates that all...

Join National Simultaneous Storytime with Connected Libraries

Connected Libraries (CL) are hosting free storytime events to celebrate the 24th National Simultaneous Storytime on Wednesday 22 May. Each year a picture book written...

Return of a long-lost member

Cranbourne’s botanic garden reintroduced the endangered New Holland Mouse, a species also known as Pookila. On Wednesday 8 May, 28 Pookila were released at Royal...

From cheers to ‘disappointment’: Stud Rd crossing let-down

The details behind the State Government's announced Stud Road safety improvements have “disappointed” Greater Dandenong Council mayor, Lana Formoso. At a 13 May council meeting,...

Sandown called in by Minister

Greater Dandenong councillors have been seemingly in the dark about Planning Minister Sonya Kilkenny ‘calling in’ a controversial rezoning of Sandown Racecourse for a...

Crime Stoppers targets ’wanted 14’

Crime Stoppers Victoria has launched a targeted blitz on Casey’s 14 ‘most wanted’ persons. CSV chief executive Stella Smith said information was sought from the...

$1-million arson attacks on truck yard

Suspected arsonists have inflicted $1 million damage at a Dandenong South car yard in recent months, according to police. Trucks have been set on fire...

United voice for diverse groups

More than 25 organisations have met in Hallam to raise a united voice for migrant communities. The Multicultural Unity and Diversity Celebration forum, believed...

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