Category Archives: Pakenham Gazette

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

Council ‘puppets’

The past three council terms has seen a dramatic boost in power to the administrative arm of council, according to a former Cardinia Shire mayor. Bill Ronald, who served for 16 years on council with three terms as mayor between

Council ‘puppets’

The past three council terms has seen a dramatic boost in power to the administrative arm of council, according to a former Cardinia Shire mayor. Bill Ronald, who served for 16 years on council with three terms as mayor between

Servo plan before VCAT

A business intending to establish a new petrol station in Pakenham has taken Cardinia Shire Council to VCAT for failing to act on its permit application. The council failed to make a decision on Onorc’s application requesting a permit for

Servo plan before VCAT

A business intending to establish a new petrol station in Pakenham has taken Cardinia Shire Council to VCAT for failing to act on its permit application. The council failed to make a decision on Onorc’s application requesting a permit for

Hundreds join new school for its first day

More than 300 Pakenham students have had their first day of school at the brand new John Henry Primary School. Headed by principal Tanya Roberts, the Pakenham primary school has been established to meet the surging student enrolment numbers in

Hundreds join new school for its first day

More than 300 Pakenham students have had their first day of school at the brand new John Henry Primary School. Headed by principal Tanya Roberts, the Pakenham primary school has been established to meet the surging student enrolment numbers in

CFA swarms on gas leak

Update: The situation has been declared “safe” as of 3.30pm, and the CFA advises nearby residents to open windows and doors to ventilate their homes or businesses. Earlier: Emergency services were called to a hazardous gas leak in Beaconsfield on Wednesday

CFA swarms on gas leak

Update: The situation has been declared “safe” as of 3.30pm, and the CFA advises nearby residents to open windows and doors to ventilate their homes or businesses. Earlier: Emergency services were called to a hazardous gas leak in Beaconsfield on Wednesday

Bomb scare closes school

Drouin Primary School students were evacuated after several schools across the state received threatening phone calls this morning. It was the students’ first day back after the summer holiday break, but their classes were cut short as they were promptly

Bomb scare closes school

Drouin Primary School students were evacuated after several schools across the state received threatening phone calls this morning. It was the students’ first day back after the summer holiday break, but their classes were cut short as they were promptly

Road’s a ‘putrid’ dumping ground

Dead sharks covered in flies were among numerous “putrid” items dumped along a Nar Nar Goon North road and left to rot for more than three weeks in the heat. Maryknoll resident Clive Horton who reported the dumped items to

Road’s a ‘putrid’ dumping ground

Dead sharks covered in flies were among numerous “putrid” items dumped along a Nar Nar Goon North road and left to rot for more than three weeks in the heat. Maryknoll resident Clive Horton who reported the dumped items to