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Walhalla festival cancelled at 11th hour

Walhalla usually lights up for winter with its Vinter Ljusfest but the tourist town has cancelled this year’s event because of a lack of funding support.

Walhalla and Mountain Rivers Tourism has decided to cancel this year’s Walhalla Vinter Ljusfest, citing lack of funding as the

New comforts for palliative patients

Neerim District Health Services chief executive officer Jacqui Brown with Member for Eastern Victoria Harriet Shing at the opening of the "Forest Room", the new palliative care and end of life room at Tarago Views Aged Care.

  A new palliative care and end of life suite to provide dignity and privacy was officially opened at the

Our hotel one for the books

Author Scott Whittaker nominates Warragul’s Railway Hotel as one of his favourites.

In a recent interview on Radio National, railway enthusiast Scott Whitaker nominated Warragul’s 127-year-old Railway Hotel as one of his

Garfield stage doors re-open

After 17 years of hard work, Fred Perez has achieved his dream of re-opening the Garfield Picture Theatre

Garfield Picture Theatre will make a triumphant return as an entertainment venue on Sunday, July 3 after a restoration project

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Jones off to stellar start

Local cyclist Brenton Jones has had a stellar start to the season, which included finishing in the blue sprint guernsey at the Tour de Korea.

Warragul professional cyclist Brenton Jones has returned home for a mid-season break after a stellar start to his second season

Junior Hawks step up

Drouin centre Jessie Hedley finds space in the A grade match against Bairnsdale. Drouin won by 33 goals to secure top spot on the ladder.

The second half of the season started with another percentage-boosting victory for Drouin’s A grade team, 59 to 26. Some

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