Category Archives: Community News

Road extends to connect

Officer’s Siding Avenue is to be extended to Bridge Road in an effort to “better connect” the community to schools, shops and services. Member for Eastern Victoria Daniel Mulino joined Cardinia Shire Council representatives on Friday 3 February to turn

Road extends to connect

Officer’s Siding Avenue is to be extended to Bridge Road in an effort to “better connect” the community to schools, shops and services. Member for Eastern Victoria Daniel Mulino joined Cardinia Shire Council representatives on Friday 3 February to turn

Brad’s wish takes off

The CFA wider community has thrown its support behind former Maryknoll CFA captain Brad Waterhouse, launching a crowdfunding campaign after learning that his cancer had sadly spread to the brain. Led by good mate Lawrence Buck, the campaign which has

Brad’s wish takes off

The CFA wider community has thrown its support behind former Maryknoll CFA captain Brad Waterhouse, launching a crowdfunding campaign after learning that his cancer had sadly spread to the brain. Led by good mate Lawrence Buck, the campaign which has

Let there be lights

Thrillseeker Chris Langdon is well-known for his extraordinary storm and tornado chasing hobby, but during the festive season he can be found busily decorating his Pakenham home with thousands of fairy lights. His Pakenham house claimed the Gazette’s prize as

Let there be lights

Thrillseeker Chris Langdon is well-known for his extraordinary storm and tornado chasing hobby, but during the festive season he can be found busily decorating his Pakenham home with thousands of fairy lights. His Pakenham house claimed the Gazette’s prize as

Timber thieves have no heart

Thieves have stolen timber from a primary school that had been intended to build children’s sandpits in Garfield. About $1700 worth of decking boards were taken from Garfield Primary School overnight on Tuesday 10 January after a builder began constructing

Timber thieves have no heart

Thieves have stolen timber from a primary school that had been intended to build children’s sandpits in Garfield. About $1700 worth of decking boards were taken from Garfield Primary School overnight on Tuesday 10 January after a builder began constructing

Rotary’s wheelchair gifts changes lives

Rotary clubs of Pakenham and Berwick gave two East Timorese with physical disabilities the gift of independence this Christmas. Teenager Cecilia Casmira was overjoyed to receive her very own pink wheelchair. Prior to last month, Cecilia’s mother had been carrying

Rotary’s wheelchair gifts changes lives

Rotary clubs of Pakenham and Berwick gave two East Timorese with physical disabilities the gift of independence this Christmas. Teenager Cecilia Casmira was overjoyed to receive her very own pink wheelchair. Prior to last month, Cecilia’s mother had been carrying

Community urged to ‘Walk for Wellbeing’

The Cardinia Shire community is banding together to support each other in the true spirit of Christmas for a tribute walk in memory of loved ones lost this year. Katrina Chatfield’s sister Nikki was claimed by a crash in Pakenham

Community urged to ‘Walk for Wellbeing’

The Cardinia Shire community is banding together to support each other in the true spirit of Christmas for a tribute walk in memory of loved ones lost this year. Katrina Chatfield’s sister Nikki was claimed by a crash in Pakenham

Lang Lang to get ambo service

The State Government will deliver a new ambulance service to Lang Lang to speed up response times for emergencies in southern parts of Cardinia shire. This is part of a $500 million investment over five years to employ 450 additional

Lang Lang to get ambo service

The State Government will deliver a new ambulance service to Lang Lang to speed up response times for emergencies in southern parts of Cardinia shire. This is part of a $500 million investment over five years to employ 450 additional