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  • Cardinia Shire Council is proud to deliver a pedestrian link from Pakenham to Officer. A 1.5km shared path has been constructed along Princes Highway, between the Emergency Services Complex in Pakenham and Cardinia Road, Officer. More...
  • Primary schools in Cardinia Shire are ‘going green’ thanks to Council’s Biodiversity Education program. Greening Australia has delivered a two hour education session to a class at six local schools since August and two schools will have the session during term 1, 2015. More...
  • Cardinia Shire Council’s free residential hard and green waste collection starts Monday 27 October and runs for five weeks. For the first time, and responding to residents requests, Council is also offering residents the chance to have an extra three cubic metres of bundled green waste collected for $60. An eWaste recycling drop off will be held in Pakenham on Saturday 18 October. More...
  • Guests at the fourth Casey Cardinia business breakfast for 2014 will hear from three-time Paralympic wheelchair racer Kurt Fearnley. The event will be held on Wednesday 19 November at Cardinia Cultural Centre, Pakenham from 7–9am. More...
  • Year 9 students in Cardinia Shire will be given the tools to navigate and create healthy and positive relationships as part of a new Youth Services program. The six-week Relationships Program started on Monday 13 October and is held at St Francis Xavier College Officer. It helps Year 9 students master self-awareness, identity, healthy and unhealthy relationships, consent and fact vs. fiction. More...

September 2014

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