Honouring our veterans

Veterans march to the Warragul cenotaph in Warragul on Anzac Day prior to the morning service which attracted more than 1000 people.

Thousands of people gathered at Anzac Day services in Warragul on Wednesday with the focus changing to the dawn service. In mild conditions about 2000 people gathered in the dawn light around the cenotaph to mark the 103rd year since

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Thousands commemorate Anzac Day

Wearing medals with pride at the Drouin Anzac Day service are (from left) Russell and Irene Dawson, and Frank Grant.

Wet and windy weather did not deter thousands of people from commemorating Anzac Day throughout West Gippsland on Tuesday. In Warragul more than 1000 people attended a wet dawn service and hundreds also attended the morning service. RSL president Noel

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Remembering the Anzacs

Hundreds of people gathered in the cold foggy pre dawn at the Warragul Cenotaph on Monday.

Thousands of people gathered across West Gippsland first in the cold, foggy pre-dawn and then in warm autumn sunshine to commemorate Anzac Day yesterday. Services were held throughout West Gippsland. In Warragul the dawn service attracted almost as many people

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Players pay respect

Warragul Regional College student Lily Whelan sings the national anthem while Warragul footballers look on.

Well done to Warragul football netball club for the organisation of Anzac observance before the start of the senior games against Bairnsdale on Sunday. Senior and Under 18 footballers from both clubs and the A grade netballers lined up on

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