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Proposed 2.25% rate rise

A 2.25 per cent rate rise will be presented to Baw Baw Shire councillors on Tuesday night when they consider their draft budget for the upcoming financial year.

A 2.25 per cent rate rise will be presented to Baw Baw Shire councillors on Tuesday night when they consider

Food Relief demand grows

Volunteers at the combined churches’ Food Relief shop in Warragul, Jan Davidson (left) and Trish Addison, add a box of freshly picked tomatoes to the shelves for customers.

More people are now relying on Warragul’s Food Relief for their weekly groceries. Volunteers Trish Addison and Jan Davidson said

Calendar breaks stigma

Joe Meggetto at his Warragul South dairy farm after speaking out about his struggles with mental health and how he sought help. Photograph: Ruth Burleigh

For Sallie Jones, a calendar telling the mental health stories of farmers was part of her own healing journey following

Youth party success

Year eight student at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar Georgia Rutherford is pictured with her untitled painting. Georgia is from Yarragon and has attended one of the workshops offered by Fatcap Concepts aimed at identifying youth interested in art.

Organisers of the Baw Baw Youth Week party in the park have hailed the event a success, with the event

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State basketball honours

Warragul basketballers Georgia Koopmans and Dallas Loughridge have been selected in the Victoria Country under 16 team to compete at the Australian Junior Championships.

Two Warragul basketballers have been selected in the Victoria Country U16 Girls State team for the Australian under-16 Junior Championships

Trafalgar win Anzac Cup

Trafalgar’s Damien Mann is awarded the Anzac medal from Trafalgar-Thorpdale RSL president Ray James.

With both sides unbeaten, the Anzac Day themed clash at Thorpdale promised plenty and one side delivered, it was Trafalgar,

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