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Rural land review

Housing on rural land less than four hectares will be considered in a major review of rural land use initiated

Putting his heart into it

Heart transplant recipient Larry Virtue will ride 600km in March to raise much
needed money for Heart and Lung Transplant Trust Victoria’s Second Chance
Accommodation program; Photograph: LAUREN MURPHY

Bunyip resident Larry Virtue will cycle 600km next year for a cause close to his heart. Larry will take part

Belinda to lead Apex

New Drouin Warragul and Districts Apex
Club member Matthew Peck is welcomed to the
club by president Belinda Jones and re-inducted
member Tony Forrest.

Drouin Warragul and Districts Apex Club held a successful handover dinner at the Downtowner on Saturday night, with Belinda Jones

Funds for drug project

Warragul Lions Club member Bob Coelho announces a $7000 grant towards
the ICE Meltdown Project in Drouin to passionate and dedicated volunteers
Megan Waddell (left) and Janice Ablett. The grant will help the group, which
recently marked its first anniversary, establish a rehabilitation house.

Having an honest conversation with your children about illegal drugs is the top tip from the local ICE Meltdown Project.

SportMore Sport

College kids win Gippsland title

Wgl Regional College Football Team web-17052015

Warragul Regional College year seven football team will test themselves against south-east Melbourne’s best in August after taking out the

Thorpy’s mid year slump

The only one of the six Warragul
Gippsland Power squad members
available for the Gulls on Saturday
Dylan Proctor drives the side into
attack during the clash with
Wonthaggi Power at Western
Park. The Gulls were well in
the match against last year’s
Gippsland League runnerup
until after half time.
Paul Cohen.

Mid Gippsland league club Thorpdale may have kicked away its chance of playing in this year’s finals. The Blues are

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