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Promise of a hospital study

WGHG board deputy chair Jane Leslie yesterday met with shadow health
minister Gavan Jennings and ALP candidiates Harriet Shing and Kate Marten
(right) about future hospital needs.

The Labor Party has committed to another study of healthcare needs in West Gippsland but has not given financial support

Lions help out with backyard

What a difference a year makes: Brittany and Shaun with Nash, 2, and Ryder,
4, in the transformed backyard.

Brittany and Shaun Reid's second Christmas in Drouin is likely to be a lot happier than their first one after

New fire station for Darnum

At the official opening of the Darnum-Ellinbank CFA station are (from left): CFA district nine operations
manager Mark Jones, Member for Narracan Gary Blackwood and brigade captain Darren McDonald.

Member for Narracan Gary Blackwood officially opened the new Darnum-Ellinbank fire station at Cloverlea on November 9. More than 100

Garden for children

Among the children planting many new trees and plants at Warragul Primary School are Elliot Holden, Courtney Gleeson-Moffatt and Charlotte Adams.
Photograph: LAUREN MURPHY

A year-long project to develop a children's garden at the Warragul Primary School junior campus is a step closer to

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David Sharpe makes a ton

Drouin fast bowler Ishan Ratnayake appeals to
the umpire in the game he claimed six wickets for
21 runs from Ellinbank. Daniel Burke also looks to
the umpire for the decision.

David Sharpe's first A-grade century since the summer of 2007/2008 has put Drouin in complete control at the end of

Battered Parkinson takes third

Matt Parkinson found out how fast is too fast
when cornering, coming off with 10 minutes to go.
He got back on the bike and finished third.

Warragul Cycling Club's A grade quality field of eight riders staged an eventful race on Saturday. Jarryd Jones was the

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