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Man dies in high speed crash

A 30-year-old Berwick man died at the scene after his vehicle crashed onto the railway line at Trafalgar and burst into flames.

A high speed collision at Trafalgar on Saturday night has killed a man and left a woman with life threatening

Pathway to success

Warragul Regional College student Trinity Wantenaar (left) with Kevin Gerlach and Imogen Cooper.

In most places, public and private schools and other training organisations compete for students and government funding. In Baw Baw,

Workers locked out at Longwarry

Mark Drayton and Rob Dent, front line, centre, on a picket line set up outside the Longwarry factory.

Parmalat employees locked out of the company’s Longwarry factory claim the multinational is testing its might against a small regional

Tim heads to the Western Front

Tim Potter of Yarragon with a photograph of his late mother Katy, a former sailor with the Royal Australian Navy, and grandparents Judy and Ian Potter who raised him since Katy died. Tim will be among 90 Junior Legatees travelling to France this month to mark the centenary of battles on the Western Front during World War 1.

Yarragon teenager Tim Potter doesn’t know what to expect when he soon heads to France, to what were the Western

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Darnos may spoil Dusties chances

Nilma-Darnum's Thomas Campbell flies to take a mark. The Bombers scored a 20-point win to move a step closer to securing a finals berth. Photograph: TOM ELTON

Gippsland League finalists are even less clear after Saturday’s round that included some big upsets and Nilma-Darnum’s victory over Neerim

Record for Chris

Trafalgar’s Chris De Haas pictured with his children Hudson and Isabella before running out for his 331st senior game, a club record.

Trafalgar’s Chris DeHaas broke the club record of 330 senior games on Saturday playing against Mirboo North. The record was

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