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Local milk from local jerseys

Steve Ronalds and Sallie Jones will be producing Gippsland’s first locally owned and produced milk “Gippsland Jersey.”

Market volatility and future sustainability of the dairy industry are questions that most West Gippsland dairy farmers have embraced since

$23,500 pledged to arts centre

At the launch of the West Gippsland Arts Centre development fundraising appeal are (from left): arts centre director Rob Robson, accompanist Krystal Tunnicliffe, performers Rachael Beck and David Hobson and Baw Baw Shire mayor Joe Gauci.

With the theme of honour the past, serve the present and inspire the future the West Gippsland Arts Centre upgrade

Tynong brigade takes a stand

The Tynong fire brigade is taking a stand against the proposed UFU enterprise bargaining agreement.

The Tynong CFA brigade has taken a stand against the United Firefighters Union enterprise bargaining agreement, delivering a message of

Pools almost ready

The water play area which is expected to be a big hit with youngsters.

After 17 months, the final touches are being put on the Warragul Leisure Centre redevelopment and soon the only job

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Warragul’s top five chance

Bunyip's Nathan Lieshout contests the ruck with Nilma-Darnum's Logan Deschepper. The Bulldogs won by 24-points and will have the week off before taking on Cora Lynn in the second semi-final. The Bombers pushed the Bulldogs for three quarters and will take confidence that they can match it with the better teams ahead of their elimination final clash with Koo wee rup; Photograph: Lauren Murphy

A stunning and brave Warragul victory at Traralgon on Saturday has Warragul back in the Gippsland League “five”. And it

2016 West Gippsland Eisteddfod Results

Rachael Oillig played flute in the Marist-Sion College ensemble during the 2016 West Gippsland Eisteddfod.

CLASSICAL VOCAL 10 years & under Gippsland Vocal Solo 1st Antonina Kaminaris, Warragul 2nd Sophie Bray, Traralgon 10 years &

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