Warragul couple test positive for COVID-19 after overseas trip

Magret Rae and Terry Hennessy felt the symptoms of COVID-19 during their trip to Turkey.

Hot cross buns and fresh fruit and vegetables dropped at their front door have helped keep up the spirits of a Warragul couple who tested positive to coronavirus on the weekend. Terry Hennessy and Magret Rae have been in isolation

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Football benched in Gippsland due to coronavirus pandemic

Football has been suspended until May as the coronavirus outbreak shuts down all non-essential activities.

Coronavirus (CODIV-19) has put a “STOP” sign in front of the start to Australian Rules football and associated netball competitions in Gippsland until at least May. All senior and junior football leagues, youth girls and women’s competitions are affected. The

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Events cancelled after coronavirus ban announced

Bunyip Show is amongst local events hit by cancellations.  At last year's show are Hillcrest Christian College's Charlotte Carter, Lilli Blaby and Amir Jacoub behind their sheep prizes.

A number of local events including the Bunyip Show are among a long list of cancellations that emerged yesterday. The federal government’s ban on non-essential events of more than 500 people has impacted many planned events. However, some organisers have

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Freedom after coronavirus cruise for Stoll family

Karen and Peter Stoll relaxing at home in Warragul with grandchildren Jack and Jimmy Stoll.

The freedom of walking around a house without facemasks has been the highlight for Peter and Karen Stoll since they returned to Warragul on Thursday after more than 30 days in isolation. Peter, Karen and their daughter Kimberlee Wright were

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Stoll family in quarantine after coronavirus cruise

Peter Stoll and daughter Kimberlee Wright on board the Diamond Princess on one of the restricted walks allowed on the upper deck during their quarantine period.

The coronavirus was destined to spread through the Diamond Princess cruise ship, according to local resident Karen Stoll who spent 14 days in so called quarantine. Karen, her husband Peter and daughter Kimberlee Wright are currently in Darwin undertaking a

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