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Stoll family in quarantine after coronavirus cruise

Peter Stoll and daughter Kimberlee Wright on board the Diamond Princess on one of the restricted walks allowed on the upper deck during their quarantine period.

The coronavirus was destined to spread through the Diamond Princess cruise ship, according to local resident Karen Stoll who spent

Timber strategy leaves Noojee sawmill workers in limbo

A.G. Brown Sawmill workers are anxious about their long-term security in the industry.  At front, Melissa Halligan has a mortgage to pay while Hachalu Dedefo has a wife and three sons to support.

Timber workers at a Noojee sawmill have been left in limbo since the state government announced a strategy to reduce

Holden decision shocks Warragul dealership

Holden enthusiast Jake de Blauw of Darnum, one of the volunteer staff at the Trafalgar Holden Museum, with his favourite among the large collection of cars, a 1965 HD Holden Premier – “absolutely luxury”, he says.

General Motors Holden’s announcement last week that it would withdraw from the Australian market came as a shock to Warragul’s

Warragul streetscape works achieve plan’s aim

Streetscape works in Palmerston St have come under review by Baw Baw Shire Council but any changes have been deferred until after the Bunnings and Kmart development is completed.

A review of Warragul’s streetscape works has highlighted that works undertaken by Baw Baw Shire have delivered on plans adopted

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Warragul cricketers claim WDCA division four one-day premiership

Warragul Gulls division four one day premiers are (back, from left): Steve Tweedle, Luke Smith, Erin Macfarlane, Jackson Clerks, Nathan Whitten, Jack Buckingham, Dulip Wanigavitharana, Brady Clancy, Adrian Barake, Amandeep Singh, (front, from left) Lachlan Waters and Daniel Best. Photograph: Jeff Buckingham

Warragul are the division four one-day premiers are triumphing over Hallora in a high scoring affair at Eastern Park on

Drouin wins junior T20 cricket premiership

Drouin’s under 14 team are (standing, from left) Jasim Najam, Musa Faisal Wahid, Jack Roberts, Stephen McKenzie, Peyton Saddington, Seb Amoroso, coach Anthony Radcliffe, Harrison Radcliffe, Charlie Piner, player of the match Ibby Faisal Wahid, (front, from left) Hamish Piner, Benjamin Smith, captain Cam Caddy, Keegan Friedlander and Sidath de Abrew.

Drouin required only 10 overs to chase the required wins and lift the under 14 T20 premiership trophy on Sunday

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