Thursday Mar 6
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GREATER Dandenong train passengers should have more room to move in coming years.
Pledge to remove dangerous crossings
UPDATE : THE State Government has pledged 25 new trains and the removal of four dangerous level crossings, as part of a multi-billion-dollar public transport project.
Talented juniors chase masters win at Neangar
Tahlia Holmberg used her knowledge of the course to win the girls event by three shots from Cranbourne's Ashleigh Hall.
Rainwater can save dollars
MELBOURNE families could save hundreds of dollars a year on water bills by harvesting the rain the comes off their rooftops.
Worrying figures for Heathcote bankruptcy
The insolvency figures, released by the Australian Financial Security Authority , state there were 11 bankrupts in 2012-13 in Heathcote, an increase from 0 in 2011-12.
Religion in school divides principals
"Churches and religions have a role to play and there's a time and a place for that and that place is not in public schools."
Culture industry contributes $86 billion a year to Australian GDP
Australia's creative and cultural industries contribute more than $86 billion annually to the national economy - more than the transport industry or welfare sector - the first research of its kind by the Australian Bureau of Statistics has revealed.