Creativity and skill on show at Warragul Camera Club’s National Photographic competition

Just one of the many digital entries in the photography competition this year.

Creativity and skill behind the camera decide the winners of photographic competitions. And the Warragul Camera Club’s 47th National Photographic competition, one of only two national competitions in Victoria each year, also required plenty of David Woodcock’s creativity and skill

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Coles supermarket supports MND Big Freeze to recognise former Warragul staff member

Wearing the trademark “Big Freeze” beanies that have become a major fund-raiser for the Motor Neuron Disease Foundation are former Coles Warragul staff member Rob Wilson and his wife Tina. The Warragul supermarket is selling the beanies in acknowledgement of Rob, a 30 year employee at the store, now suffering with the disease.

While the “Big Freeze” campaign championed by former AFL great Neale Daniher that has raised awareness and millions of dollars in recent years in the battle against Motor Neuron Disease won’t have its major fund-raising event this year the cause

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Baw Baw Shire partners with tourism operation to bring virtual market to residents

The Baw Baw Shire is partnering with "One Hour Out" to open a virtual market to local producers.

Residents missing browsing at the local market will soon have an alternative. Baw Baw Shire’s menu of top shelf food producers, artists and craft creators will be able to showcase their wares through an innovative “virtual market”. The shire is

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“Shovel ready” projects set to go if State Government allocates funding

The Baw Baw Shire have said that they have projects ready to go if funding is allocated by the State Government's COVID stimulus package.

Baw Baw Shire council has “shovel ready” projects that could be implemented immediately if the State Government would allocate funding under its COVID-19 stimulus packages. Mayor Danny Goss said grants had already been sought towards installation of a much-needed synthetic

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Gum tree removal causes stir in Drouin

The trees have made way for a new housing estate in Drouin.

The removal of old gum trees in McGlone Rd for a housing estate development has caused a stir in Drouin. McGlone Rd resident Jeannie Haughton urged locals to speak up and protect Drouin’s natural environment before it was too late.

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Police search Labortouche bushland for missing man

Police have conducted a search in Labertouche bushland for a missing Lakes Entrance man.

Police yesterday searched an area of Labertouche bushland for answers to the suspicious disappearance of a Lakes Entrance man who detectives believe was murdered because of his strong links to the “drug community.” Dalibor (Dale) Pantic, 38, was last seen

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Longwarry join “Spoonville” craze during COVID-19 pandemic

L/R - Van Wilson, Nyah Wilson and Jude Wilson stand alongside Spoonville.

Longwarry has joined the international “Spoonville” craze to spread joy, inspire creativity and bring the community together during COVID-19. Junelle Wilson gained the Spoonville idea from friends in Scotland and the UK, and now Longwarry is home to one of

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84-year-olds tie the knot

Tom and Lilah tied the knot during the coronavirus pandemic, having five people witness their wedding, with the rest of the 120 Abbey Gardens residents watching online.

When Tom Simpson broke his arm some 11 years ago he had no idea it would start a chain of events that would end 84 years of bachelorhood. Just a few weeks ago, on April 29, he and Lilah Matchett,

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Warragul local stars on television show “How to Stay Married”

Warragul’s own Vivien Turner (front) stars as Chloe Butler on Network 10’s “How to Stay Married” alongside (from left) Willow Ryan-Fuller, Lisa McCune and Peter Helliar.

Warragul’s own Vivien Turner is bringing smiles and entertainment to Australians with a starring role on television show “How to Stay Married”. The eight-year-old plays the role of cheeky Chloe Butler alongside Lisa McCune and Peter Helliar. Series two of

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Plant thefts leave gardeners disappointed

Barbara and Frank Couacaud of Drouin Wooden Toys have urged those responsible for the thefts of entire plants from a garden established in Hemp Lane to stop.

Plant thefts have disappointed the gardeners responsible for beautifying Hemp Lane in Drouin. Barbara Couacaud, with assistance from others, decided to remove rubbish and thistles along the lane and replace it with about 50 metres of garden for the local

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