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Thousands turn out for Anzac Day

Thousands of people attended a moving dawn service at the Warragul cenotaph on Saturday morning, marking the centenary of
Anzac Day when Australian and New Zealand troops landed in Gallipoli. Photograph: LAUREN MURPHY

Warragul’s Dawn service took the most prominent role in commemorations marking 100 years since the Gallipoli landing on Saturday. More

Rallying for a cause

Friends Anthony Moscato (left) of Trafalgar and Barry Hanneysee from
Tonimbuk head off next week aiming to reach Townsville in their car “worth no
more than $1000” in the Shitbox Rally to raise funds for the Cancer Council

The car is not worth $1000 and has clocked up 375,000 since its manufacture in 1999. And it’s not exactly

Hang gliding at 80

Aaron Richards and
Valerie Maxwell prepare
for take off.

Slippers? Chocolates? A nightie? A ticket to the theatre? No, Valerie Maxwell said. What she really wanted for her 80th

Call for Trafalgar library

A call to establish a modern static public library at Trafalgar has been made by the Trafalgar Community Development Association.

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Best time for Alice

Warragul's national team, from left, Will Butler (club captain), Jesse Bateman, Lily Drummond, Alice
Butler, James Gallagher and coach Andrew Goetz.

Alice Butler produced personal best times at the Australian Age Championships to become the first Warragul swimmer since 2012 to

Thorpy upsets Trafalgar

Garfield's Darcy Payne looks for a
passing option.

Mid Gippsland league provided the spice in district football at the weekend. Thorpdale caused the upset of the round with

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