WDJFL a clear winner

The WDJFL under 12 team celebrates a grand final win in an Interleague Carnival in Sale.

Warragul and District Junior Football League was a clear winner in the under 12 competition of the Interleague Carnival in Sale. The WDJFL won all five matches over two days heading into the grand final against Southern Gippsland in a

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Dragons conquer Strikers

Bunyip’s Declan Bishop finds his way around his Drouin opponent during the state league division five match.

Drouin Dragons state teams travelled to Bunyip on Saturday for a tough match between the two local state five soccer clubs. Played in pretty ordinary weather with gusty wind and driving rain, Bunyip Soccer Club put on the pitch lights

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Arts centre blowout

Costs for the West Gippsland Arts Centre redevelopment have blown out by more than $750,000.

Costs for the West Gippsland Arts Centre redevelopment have blown out by more than $750,000. As the project nears completion, Baw Baw Shire has been hit with a bill for additional works that will cost council $759,000. Council was notified

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Rocco’s poultry prize

What started as a backyard hobby has quickly escalated to national success for Rocco Ryan of Drouin West.

What started out as a simple backyard hobby has resulted in national success for eight-year-old Rocco Ryan, who took out best junior exhibitor at a recent national poultry competition. Having entered a bird as a backyard hen at the Warragul

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Joe takes centre stage

Joe Meggetto chats with David Koch on “Kochie’s Business Builders” to deliver an important mental health message in the aim of helping others in the farming industry going through tough times.

It was a hive of activity as camera crews took centre stage on a Warragul farm last week where farmer Joe Meggetto was about to deliver an important mental health message for television audiences. Joe doesn’t enjoy being centre of

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Lions reflect on 40 years

Member for Narracan Gary Blackwood assists Roy Robins to launch the Yarragon Lions Club 40th year history book.

Yarragon Lion’s Club annual changeover dinner offered the opportunity to reflect on the past before moving into the future. Roy Robins reflected upon some of the history of the club before the launch of his book, reflecting on the club’s

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Marist hosts carnival

Marist Sion College goal shooter Olivia Sheehan steps in to shoot for goal.

Marist Sion College put in a competitive effort at the 24th national Marist netball carnival last week. Warragul hosted the event, with schools from across Australia descending on the Burke Street courts for three days of competitive competition. Beginning the

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Bulls take Cup

The Poowong-Loch and Bunyip under 12 players were keen for their contest to determine the winner of the inaugural BCNA Pink Sports Day Cup.

Round 12 of the Warragul and District Junior Football League saw the Poowong-Loch Bulls and Bunyip junior football clubs play off for the inaugural Breast Cancer Network Australia Pink Sports Day Cup with Bulls taking home the cup with two

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Welcome to Monash

Russell Broadbent could become the first Member for Monash if he stands and wins at the next federal election after the seat of McMillan was renamed Monash.

Angus McMillan will be no longer recognised in the naming of our federal electorate, but objectors have failed to convince the Australian Electoral Commission it should be replaced with an indigenous name. The AEC has announced it will maintain the

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Prices up, confidence down

Opening milk prices have delivered an air of optimism for Gippsland dairy farmers, but latest Dairy Australia figures indicate farmer confidence levels are in decline.

Opening milk prices have delivered an air of optimism for Gippsland dairy farmers, but latest Dairy Australia figures indicate farmer confidence levels are in decline. Fonterra, Saputo and Burra Foods have all announced their opening milk prices within the range

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