Drive safe

Warragul Police members (from left): senior constable Mark Hrynyszyn, sergeant Andrea Kleeven, senior constable Carolyn Tyers, sergeant Andy Milbourne and constable Bek Morgan have a simple message - stay safe.  They are urging people to stay safe over the Christmas-New Year period whether on the roads, around water or just generally out and about.

Local police are sending a strong message to local motorists to remind them they will be out and about on main roads and back roads over the next week during festive celebrations. With drink driving and fatigue major contributors to

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Crime up in Baw Baw

Crime Statistics Agency figures released for the 12-month period ending on June 30 have shown crime is up in Baw Baw while four of the five other Gippsland police areas have all dropped.

Latest crime statistics have shown a 5.9 per cent increase in total crime across the Baw Baw police services area, bucking the trend of other Gippsland municipalities that have seen decreases. Crime Statistics Agency figures released for the 12-month period

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Drugs trigger crime

Animal activists raided the Gippy Goat Farm and Cafe in Gordon Rd, Yarragon on Saturday morning.

Despite latest crime statistics indicating a decline in drug offences, police say drug use continues to be a major contributing factor in crime across the Baw Baw police service area. Latest Crime Statistics Agency data released last month for the

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