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Remembering the Anzacs

Hundreds of people gathered in the cold foggy pre dawn at the Warragul Cenotaph on Monday.

Thousands of people gathered across West Gippsland first in the cold, foggy pre-dawn and then in warm autumn sunshine to

Leisure Centre break in

Some of the data cable cut and abandoned inside the Warragul Leisure Centre when, according to police, thieves discovered the cable did not contain copper wires. Replacement cable will need to be acquired from overseas.

A large quantity of tools were stolen and specialised cabling rendered useless from a break-in at the Warragul Leisure Centre

Hot April nights

Taking advantage of the sensational Autumn day were Tom Barr and Savannah Simmons with pup Lexie

Locals have enjoyed balmy weather conditions this autumn, with temperatures hovering in the mid-20s last week, with night-time minimum temperatures

55th jersey show hailed a success

Brad Aitken of Leading Edge Genetics and Erika Quinn with intermediate reserve champion Brookbora Love Lies. The jersey was one of many on show from a stud in Lockington.

The Central Gippsland Jersey Breeder’s Club’s annual Jersey Fair has been hailed a success, with more than 70 entrants. A

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Players pay respect

Warragul Regional College student Lily Whelan sings the national anthem while Warragul footballers look on.

Well done to Warragul football netball club for the organisation of Anzac observance before the start of the senior games

Ali Ryrie chalks up 450 games

Buln Buln Netball Club president Robyn Mitchard, left, congratulates Ali Ryrie on her achievement.

Saturday marked a historic day for the Buln Buln Netball Club as senior player Ali Ryrie celebrated her 450th club

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