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Warranor creates home

Players and Warranor parents and officials that were discussing plans to raise $100,000 and build badly needed facilities at their new “home” at Logan Park, Warragul, when they arrived for training last week included, (back, from left) Ryan Leslie, Graeme Carter (secretary), Sharon Caia (president), Jane Leslie, (front, from left) Damian Leslie, Lucas Carter, Miles Doughty and Regan Caddy.

After 55 years being a nomad, Warranor Junior Football Club in Warragul is finally putting down its roots with big

Report graffiti

This graffiti tag “Monbulk” has been sighted at a number of locations around West Gippsland including Warragul Regional College and the Lardners Trk rail crossing at Drouin East.  Police are encouraging community members to report incidents like this via a website called VandalTrak to help identify offenders.

Community members are being urged to use a website to report graffiti and help to track down offenders. Police are

Dog swallows hook

Melanie Crookston-Smith is urging people to pick up their rubbish after pet “Basil” swallowed a fishing hook at the Robin Hood recreation reserve.

Melanie Crookston-Smith and her husband Aaron Smith were expecting a fun and relaxing Saturday evening when they took their Golden

Condoms permanent

A successful trial program has led to Baw Baw Shire continuing to provide condoms in vending machines in six towns around the municipality.

A successful trial program has led to Baw Baw Shire continuing to provide condoms in vending machines in six towns

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Silver for Warn

Jayden Warn sends Australia into attack during the Wheelchair Rugby World Championship played in Sydney; Photograph: Australian Paralympic Committee.

Drouin’s Jayden Warn was part of a gut-wrenching Australian loss in the gold medal match of the Wheelchair Rugby World

Gulls into five

Warragul centre Hayley Roberts restarts play as the rain pours down at Western Park during A grade on Saturday.  The Gulls won 45-39 and now sit fifth on the ladder.

A six-goal win saw Warragul replace Maffra in the A grade top five with only two rounds to play in

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