One new positive in Baw Baw

In figures released, there has been one additional positive case in the Baw Baw Shire.

There is one new active case of coronavirus in Baw Baw Shire. In figures just released by the department, there are now four active cases in Baw Baw Shire. There also was one new case reported in Latrobe, where there

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Baw Baw Shire residents warned against complacency to COVID-19

Mario Gupta hopes Baw Baw residents do not become complacent after the recent surges in the metro area haven't been seen in Baw Baw.

Baw Baw Shire continues to hold out against the coronavirus spread despite high transmission of the disease in the greater metropolitan area, but residents have been warned not to let down their guards. As of late last week only five

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A return to lockdown for Regional Victoria

In figures released, there has been one additional positive case in the Baw Baw Shire.

Community sport will end, students will return to remote learning and restaurants and cafes will open only for take-aways as Baw Baw Shire residents return to stage three restrictions from tomorrow night. Gyms will again close, as will public parks

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The unique situation for Lang Lang Golf Club

General Manager Tim Hewitt said that the lockdown border has brought with it both positive and negatives for the golf club.

If you were outside of the latest lockdown zone and wanted to head into Lang Lang for lunch, you would be breaking the government lockdown laws. However, if you wanted to have a hit at the golf club, you would

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Mother-daughter team creating masks for sale

Mother-daughter team Denise Higgins and Natalie Pusey have been making masks during the coronavirus pandemic.

Face masks may not be part of Milan’s catwalks but there is no doubt they will be the most sought-after accessory for 2020. And two Drouin women are doing their best to keep up with a flood of orders in

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Junior football returns to Warragul and Drouin

Tom Evans kicks off the ground for Drouin as they came away with a sold win over Moe in their opening match.

For months, football fields and netball courts have laid dormant, but on Saturday that all changed when junior sport returned, much to the delight of many people. Warragul hosted Wonthaggi at Western Park to kick off their season and started

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Business regulations put in place

Police checking people attending Saturday's Farmers Market in Warragul to determine they live within the Baw Baw region.

Following the reintroduction of stage three restrictions in metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire, the State Government introduced a number of rules pertaining to businesses in regional areas not subject to the lockdown. Under these regulations, visitors to Baw Baw Shire

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The Crossing Drop In Centre back open offering support

Welcoming locals back to The Crossing Drop-In Centre in Drouin are committee member Alan Lamond and centre coordinator Pauline Ward

The Crossing Drop-In Centre in Drouin is open and offering support, socialisation and affordable two-course meals. President Belinda Forrest said the centre in Princes Way reopened four weeks ago but is failing to attract back its regular clientele or new

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Hospital staff and nursing home residents test negative for coronavirus

Over 800 tests have been conducted at the hospital and Cooinda Lodge.

More than 800 West Gippsland Hospital staff and all residents at Cooinda Lodge nursing home have tested negative to coronavirus. In a massive exercise over the past week, the West Gippsland Healthcare Group set out to test all staff after

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Two workers test positive for coronavirus at Nar Nar Goon Metro train depot

Two workers tested positive for coronavirus last week, forcing the shut down of the facility for a deep clean and sanitation.

The Metro train testing and maintenance depot at Nar Nar Goon was shut down last week after two staff members tested positive for coronavirus. The two staff tested positive on July 3 and July 6. High Capacity Metro Train testing

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