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Closing time for Sporty

Linda Fowler (left) and Jenny Modra party in The Sporty for the final time on Saturday night.

It is the end of an era for Warragul’s favourite nightclub. This weekend The Sporty partied for the last time.

Knights recalls 1968 flag

A reunion will celebrate 50 years since Longwarry claimed the 1968 premiership – it’s last senior premiership.  The team included (back, from left) N. Taylor, R. Walton, R. Hough, A. Prout (vice captain), P. Oakes, W. I’Anson, J. Irwin, (centre, from left) Roy Ford (secretary), D. Anderson (manager), R. Christie, E. Denovan, P. Knights, J. Cook, G. Thomas, K. Watson (trainer) and R. Knights (president), (front, from left) R. Irwin, M. Johnson, R. Proctor, E. Guy (captain-coach), Ron Serong, B. Toy and (seated) mascot Wayne Serong.  Absent was R. Smith and F. Brasier (head trainer).

A mix of youth and experience, demanding trainings and an “Ironman” leader saw Longwarry claim the 1968 premiership, according to

Crime down 3.8%

Crime statistics are continuing to trend downwards across the Baw Baw police services area but police continue to hold concerns for increasing incidents of family violence.

Crime statistics are continuing to trend downwards across the Baw Baw police services area but police continue to hold concerns

House acquired

A Tarwin St resident has supported Baw Baw Shire’s proposal to acquire his home to improve a dangerous intersection, but he wants to be adequately compensated.

A Tarwin St resident has supported Baw Baw Shire’s proposal to acquire his home to improve a dangerous intersection, but

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Greyhound wins in Auckland

Grant Pask of Bunyip was in Auckland to watch Ring the Bell, owned by a syndicate that also includes his brother Glenn from Drouin and Jamie Baxter of Longwarry, win New Zealand’s most prestigious greyhound race, The Duke of Edinburgh Silver Collar, last Saturday week.

A greyhound with strong local ownership connections has taken out New Zealand’s most prestigious race for the second year in

Bunyip continue charge

Nicole Cicciari kicks into attack for Bunyip during the win over Morwell East on Sunday.

Second-placed Bunyip continued its charge in the AFL Gippsland women’s competition when they travelled to Morwell East on Sunday. The

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