New book highlights Australia’s many woolsheds

Tolands woolshed owned by Rodger and Yvonne Connley at Omeo, Victoria, displays the run down, yet totally functional characteristics of many Australian woolsheds.

Andrew Chapman and his camera have been inseparable companions for decades. They travelled extensively as Mr Chapman, a resident of Warragul for the past five years after moving from the Dandenong Ranges, followed his photographic career with newspapers, national magazines,

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Watt a champion

Kathy Watt crosses the line to win gold for Australia in the women's road race at the Barcelona Olympics in 1992.

In 1992, Warragul born cyclist Kathy Watt shocked the world on the biggest stage when she claimed gold at the Barcelona Olympics in the women’s road race. The daughter of Warragul optometrist and renowned marathon runner Geoff Watt, Kathy was

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Anzac Day dawn service with a difference in 2020

Nathaniel Jackson plays the bugle at the dawn service held under different circumstances in Warragul on Anzac Day.

A solitary piper playing Amazing Grace and three silhouettes at the Warragul Cenotaph were all that could be seen in the pre-dawn on Saturday. The setting was in stark contrast to usual Anzac Day dawn services which would see hundreds

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