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  • Five million residents of fast-growing outer suburbs, including those in Cardinia Shire, could benefit from a substantial commitment to these areas in the upcoming Federal Budget. More...
  • None of us like the top-down approach when it comes to making changes. When we have control over change, it is then that change seems to have a more lasting impression. That is what is unique to the ‘Together We Can’ initiative in Cardinia Shire. Funded as a joint initiative between Cardinia Shire Council, Family Life, University of Melbourne and the Australian Government’s Department of Social Services, it gives us, the people, the chance to design our own plan for change when it comes to th More...
  • Cardinia Shire Council in partnership with the City of Casey is calling on the Australian Government to fund an upgrade and extension to Thompsons Road which would benefit thousands of residents and businesses across the Casey Cardinia region. More...
  • More than one in three Cardinia Shire bottle shops did not request any identification before selling alcohol to someone who looked under 18 years old, as found by a joint Communities That Care and Victoria Police study into the sale of alcohol to underage youth in the shire. As part of the investigation a person aged over 18, but who looked underage, tried to buy alcohol from a number of bottle shops in Cardinia Shire. Of the bottle shops checked, 40 per cent did not check identification. More...

May 2016

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