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Friends swap top memories … and jumpers

By ALECIA PINNER CHILDHOOD neighbours and close friends Brian “Bishop” Ford and Kevin Shinners became rivals when Oakleigh clashed with Dandenong in the 1972 VFA...

Greater Dandenong libraries move with the times

By CAMERON LUCADOU-WELLS IN a chronicle of the times, a Greater Dandenong councillor has proposed books should make way for more public computers at Springvale library. Greater...

Dandenong Market fruiterer breaks ranks on Sunday trade

By CAMERON LUCADOU-WELLS SUNDAY trading may “break the back” of one of Dandenong Market’s most enduring fruiterers. Dominic Pompei, of Dominic’s Fruit World, has been selling...

Casey CEO trial heads to October

By CAMERON LUCADOU-WELLS THE trial of Casey chief executive officer Mike Tyler will drag into a fourth court hearing in October. Mr Tyler was charged in...

Hallam girl's winning streak ended by Box Hill

By David Schout HALLAM Senior College’s senior girls football team’s 41-game winning streak has ended with defeat by the closest of margins. Box Hill Senior Secondary...

Holt election: Four candidates want your vote

By ALECIA PINNER EMPLOYMENT, cost of living, social tolerance and transport are shaping up as the big issues in Holt in the lead-up to the federal election...

Dandenong Market: Ice-breaker stall

SHOWING their faith in the future of Dandenong Market, sisters Jess and Stephanie Sherer have opened a frozen-goods stall in their first retail venture. The sisters, both...

Dandenong Market: Lifeline plea on revival

By CAMERON LUCADOU-WELLS GREATER Dandenong councillors were to decide tonight whether to throw a $463,000 lifeline to revive the 147-year-old Dandenong Market. The market’s board...

Homeless surge hits growth suburbs

By ALECIA PINNER & DAVID SCHOUT THE disappearance of cheap housing has led to severe overcrowding and a surge in homelessness in Dandenong and its surrounding...

Dandenong traders fume at levy hike

DANDENONG Retail Traders Association has added its voice to the growing anger over large increases in the state government’s fire services property levy. President Glenys Cooper said...

Gallery: Wooranna Park Primary School fashion parade

Wooranna Park Primary School held a fashion parade of pupils dressed as screen characters.

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Landfill reaches tipping point

Greater Dandenong may be the site of a waste-to-energy combustion plant as a solution to a mounting landfill crisis. South East Melbourne’s only landfill tip...