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Opposition guarantee hospital

Opposition leader Matthew Guy and Member for Narracan Gary Blackwood (front centre left and right) deliver the news that an elected Liberal Nationals state government will include funding for a new hospital in its first budget next year to Where’s The Funding community lobby group members (front) Ormond Pearson and Kerry Elliott and (back, from left) Ray Derbyshire, Christine Holland, Glenys Derbyshire, WGHG board chair Jane Leslie, Anne Curtin, Erika McInerney, Joan Kinder, Colleen Tatnell, Liz Daniels, Brian Kennedy and Doreen Westwood.

A new West Gippsland Hospital on a greenfield site is on the horizon, but only if a Liberal National coalition

Roller derby on show

Gippsland League team members (from left) Nat Elton (Harley Quinn), Jessica Pleydell (Massacre), Bethany Ellen (Smiling Assassin), Meleah Smedley (Wreck’d Em), Tab Bennett (Lady Justice), Kylie Fordham (Sk8r McGavin), Aby Collinson (Bricks), and Sarah Brandon (Maulin Brando).

The Gippsland Ranges Roller derby club hosted a state event at Lardner Park recently, showcasing the fierce action of more

Doorknock for Salvos

Warragul Salvation Army Captain Amanda Hart and Jeremy Van Boxtel will be shaking collection tins and giving up their warm beds to join the “sleep out” to raise funds for this weekend’s Red Shield Appeal.

A sleep out and doorknock will raise funds for locals experiencing hardship when the Warragul Salvation Army joins the Red

Photography on show

At the presentation of awards are (from left): Gazette small print winners Diane Armstrong, Rebecca Diepenhiem, and Imogen Moyle, most successful local exhibitor Linda Keagle, national committee chairman Jane Woodcock, landscape print winner David Woodcock of Neerim East, VAPS representative Bert Hoveling, and Baw Baw Shire chief executive Alison Leighton.

The official opening of the Warragul Camera Club’s 45th National Photographic Exhibition on Sunday showcased a wonderfully curated exhibition of

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Interleague wins

Gippsland team mates converge to congratulate Bob McCallum (third from right) after he kicked one of his two goals for the match against Murray League on Saturday.  The players, from left, are Tom Marriott, Lee Stockdale, Cade Maskell, Chris Dunne, Cody Wilson and Michael Jacobsen.

It was a “red letter” day for the three district leagues playing in this year’s round of the Victorian Community

Poowong win trophy

Poowong were premiers in the section two doubles. Pictured from left Wendy Tilling, Kiera Tilling, Adrian Tilling, Jenny Cecil, Stephen Halliday, James O'Connor, Glen Halliday.

Riverside Tennis Association has struck a new perpetual trophy to honour the memory of its first life member, the late

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