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Outdoor Cinema in the Dandenong Ranges

Monday, February 27, 2017
What would a Melbourne summer be without a trip to an outdoor cinema? You don’t have to head into the city if you live in the Eastern Suburbs, just head for the hills to the Cameo Outdoor Cinema in Belgrave. The cinema features new releases such as Jasper Jones and Logan, as well as some classics. There are even some canine-themed films where you can bring your dog along as well! Grab your picnic blanket or hire deckchairs and bean
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Greek Festival this weekend

Friday, February 24, 2017
The Lonsdale St Greek Festival celebrates 30 years in 2017. Melbourne’s biggest Greek street party is on this weekend for a festival of Greek culture, food and entertainment in the city’s historic Greek Precinct. It features three stages of free entertainment, children’s rides and activities, and more than 60 food, drink and craft stalls. Legendary performers such as Glykeria and the Stratakis Brothers from Crete will entertain the crowds. The annual singing competition, Magic Mike, is open to anyone who
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Volume Builders

Thursday, February 23, 2017
A frustrated couple walked into Berstan Homes display today absolutely sick to the teeth having to deal with Sales Staff at Display Homes. They had been to a number of display villages of major Builders and not one Sales person could give them a price on their build. The fact is these Sales Staff are basically trained to sell the name of that particular Building Company. When asked for instance, about the Site Costs related to the build it was
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Community Award for Beryl Bryson

Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Berstan Homes Co-founder Beryl Bryson has been awarded an Appreciation Award for her 30 years of community work within the Doncaster district. Beryl was presented her award at the Doncaster police station in a special ceremony recently. Beryl has been a member of the Manningham Neighbourhood Watch group for the past thirty years, and has faithfully delivered the group’s newsletter every second month to all the houses involved. She said when the group was first formed, residents paid $5 to join
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