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Rate rise capped

A draft budget presenting a capped 2.5 per cent rate rise will be considered by Baw Baw Shire Council tomorrow night.

A draft budget presenting a capped 2.5 per cent rate rise will be considered by Baw Baw Shire Council tomorrow

Spartan success

Celebrating the completion of a challenging race are, from left Raffi Van Venrooy, Winter Van Venrooy, Willow Major, Harlan Van Venrooy, Hudson Delaney and Haydn Major.

Baw Baw Shire received a significant economic boost last week with more than 3700 children taking part in the Spartan

Fines axed

Fines for late returns of items borrowed from the West Gippsland Libraries service will be a thing of the past from the start of July.

Fines for late returns of items borrowed from the West Gippsland Libraries service will be a thing of the past

Oliver is fittest

Mike Connors of Lardner competes in Farm World’s fittest farmer competition.  He was the best finishing local farmer with third place.

Farm World’s fittest farmer competition proved a keenly contested event, with talented farmers from across the state converging on Lardner

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San Carlo wins Cup

Happy members of the Eichorn family after San Carlo's Pacing Bowl Cup win with (back, from left) Warragul HRC president Greg Witty, HRV chairman Dale Monteith, Frank Hone representing sponsor Warragul and Sporting Social Club, (front) driver Rebecca Bartley and Warragul HRC committee members Vera Miller and Narelle Witty.

Star pacer “San Carlo” capped a top season of racing with an easy victory in Sunday’s $35,000 Warragul Pacing Bowl

Bulldogs are benchmark

Phillip Island’s Cam Pedersen tries to break away from two Koo wee rup opponents on Saturday.  The former Melbourne AFL player kicked five goals.

West Gippsland Football Competition’s grand final rematch on Easter Saturday produced a similar result. Reigning premiers Phillip Island have begun

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