Dogs on the scent

Baw Baw police services area inspector Alison Crombie meets Passive Alert Detection (PAD) dog “Fury” on Thursday ahead of 15,000 people arriving at Lardner Park for New Year’s Eve festival “Beyond the Valley”.

“Do not take any form of drug whatsoever, it’s just not worth it.  It’s not worth risking your life.” This was the message from Baw Baw police services area inspector Alison Crombie on Thursday for the 15,000 people headed for

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Tent city at Lardner

Ashley Brumec, left, Molli Gibbons, Lucy Hoare and Eliza Smith came from Sydney for Beyond the Valley.

Lardner Park transformed into a tent city when 16,500 people converged on the site for a three day Beyond the Valley music festival that was praised by local police for the “well behaved” crowd. Lardner Park Events commended festival organisers

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