In the news

The LRA works hard on behalf of the community and often finds itself in the news

9th October 2014 Wayne bid to keep road
Residents from Lynbrook and surrounding suburbs are up in arms following the announcement that VicRoads may close Northey Road.
26th September 2013 Warning signs push gathers pace
The Lynbrook Residents Association has raised awareness on the need for warning signs before an intersection in Lynbrook.
12th February 2013 Around you: Lynbrook Moonlight Cinema Lynbrook Moonlight Cinema
The Lynbrook Residents Association, in conjunction with the Lynbrook Primary School, proudly present our FORTH Moonlight Cinema Event.
26th January 2013 Feast of festivities
RESIDENTS have a range of opportunities to celebrate Australia Day at a number of free events in Casey on Saturday.
26th January 2013 Cranbourne Leader: Lynbrook Moonlight Cinema Lynbrook Moonlight Cinema
The Lynbrook Residents Association, in conjunction with the Lynbrook Primary School, proudly present our THIRD Moonlight Cinema Event.
22nd January 2013 Around you: Lynbrook Moonlight Cinema Lynbrook Moonlight Cinema
The Lynbrook Residents Association, in conjunction with the Lynbrook Primary School, proudly present our THIRD Moonlight Cinema Event.
20th January 2013 Radio broadcast with Casey Radio 97.7fm 3SER Australia Day events
LRA Secretary, Chris Morgan, joined Wayne Smith and various Casey community representatives on Casey Radio to discuss events for the upcoming Australia Day celebrations. For our part, Chris promoted the Lynbrook Moonlight Cinema, featuring a showing of Wizard of Oz.
10th December 2012 Casey Weekly: Town builds its own style Town builds its own style
A few weeks ago, a young Lynbrook mother was driving with her newborn baby when her car broke down …
7th December 2012 Lynbrook, a town building its own style
A few weeks ago, a young Lynbrook mother was driving with her newborn baby when her car broke down. She texted a message to a Lynbrook social page to say she was stranded – and within minuted four people were there to take her and her baby home …
NOTE: There are a few inaccuracies in this article but they got the gist of it right.  
28th November 2012 Get scene under the moonlight
Lynbrook primary school’s grounds will be filled with blankets and beanbags when the Lynbrook Residents Association holds its next moonlight cinema. Click the newspaper icon to view the clipping, or visit the Cranbourne Leader and locate the article on page 7 of the 28 Nov 2012 edition …
25th November 2012 Stink stays at tip, but complaints come down
RESIDENTS say a foul smell, cast for years over Casey’s southern suburbs by the Hallam Road landfill, may finally be dissipating …
24th November 2012 Radio broadcast with Casey Radio 97.7fm 3SER LRA president, Scott Watson, took part in a radio interview with Casey Radio at the Lynbrook Shopping Centre …
22nd November 2012 Cinema screening success
The success of the inaugural Lynbrook Moonlight Cinema did not go unnoticed with this welcome mention in the local newspaper …
NOTE: Chris Morgan is quoted as the treasurer, when in fact secretary would have been correct.
22nd November 2012 Hearing calls for captions
The LRA received some very positive feedback from the hearing impaired community. This article in the local newspaper reflects the welcome received by local hearing impaired residents to the LRA’s decision to enable closed captions on their Lynbrook Moonlight Cinema events …
14th November 2012 Less stink over Hallam Road tip
REPORTS lodged with the Environment Protection Authority about smells coming from the Hallam Rd tip have dropped significantly …
9th November 2012 All level crossings now ‘under scrutiny’ following Dandenong South fatal crash
LAST Saturday week’s fatal level crossing crash in Dandenong South will put the focus on the safety of all level crossings, says Lynbrook Residents Association president Scott Watson
14th June 2012 Star News: Rivers run with rubbish Rivers run with rubbish
Lynbrook’s ‘pristine’ waterways are now riddled with stagnant water, dumped rubbish, reeds and branches …
13th June 2012 A visual drain on Lynbrook park’s beauty
RUBBISH, weeds, silt and overgrown foliage have turned a Lynbrook park’s waterways into an eyesore
24th May 2012 Star News: Lynbrook's new station opens Lynbrook’s new station open
The Victorian Government, local residents and the Lynbrook Residents Association recetly celebrated the opening of the Lynbrook Station …
13th May 2012 Lynbrook station’s parking at a premium
TWO weeks after the Lynbrook railway station opened, the search for a car park is already becoming a challenge
29th March 2012 Star News: Foot down for local pedestrian crossing Foot down for local pedestrian crossing
Lynbrook residents have rallied together to push for another pedestrian crossing in their suburb amid safety concerns
9th February 2012 Star News: Highway clean-up call Highway clean-up call
Vicroads has come under fire for its lack of maintenance along South Gippsland Highway, with residents even offering to do the job themselves …
17th January 2012 Lynbrook toilets open
THE long-awaited toilet at a Lynbrook park has been installed and is now open …
1st December 2011 Rain backdrop for floating lanterns
The rain put a dampener on the Lynbrook Residents Association’s Lantern Festival recently, but attendance was still high despite the horrendous weather …
26th April 2011 Star News: Doris has a ticket to ride Doris has a ticket to ride
After waiting 17 years, nothing was going to stop Lynbrook’s first resident Doris Jackson from getting on the first train from the new Lynbrook Railway Station on Sunday …