Baw Baw Shire partners with tourism operation to bring virtual market to residents

The Baw Baw Shire is partnering with "One Hour Out" to open a virtual market to local producers.

Residents missing browsing at the local market will soon have an alternative. Baw Baw Shire’s menu of top shelf food producers, artists and craft creators will be able to showcase their wares through an innovative “virtual market”. The shire is

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Warragul local stars on television show “How to Stay Married”

Warragul’s own Vivien Turner (front) stars as Chloe Butler on Network 10’s “How to Stay Married” alongside (from left) Willow Ryan-Fuller, Lisa McCune and Peter Helliar.

Warragul’s own Vivien Turner is bringing smiles and entertainment to Australians with a starring role on television show “How to Stay Married”. The eight-year-old plays the role of cheeky Chloe Butler alongside Lisa McCune and Peter Helliar. Series two of

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Plant thefts leave gardeners disappointed

Barbara and Frank Couacaud of Drouin Wooden Toys have urged those responsible for the thefts of entire plants from a garden established in Hemp Lane to stop.

Plant thefts have disappointed the gardeners responsible for beautifying Hemp Lane in Drouin. Barbara Couacaud, with assistance from others, decided to remove rubbish and thistles along the lane and replace it with about 50 metres of garden for the local

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Local engineer helping to play a major role in fight against coronavirus

Darnum engineer Jason Vandyk (centre) working with colleagues at the Foodmach factory at Echuca to quickly manufacture extra machines to make face masks that help curtail the spread of the coronavirus.

A Darnum-based engineer has been co-opted to play a major role in Australia’s fight against the coronavirus. Forty-four-year-old specialist engineer Jason Vandyk was tapped on the shoulder in March after the Chief Medical Officer highlighted the urgent need for more

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Daldry duo set to shine when powerlifting events return

Sister and brother duo Carmen and Adam Daldry began powerlifting together after Adam's first novice event in 2016.

Brother and sister duo Adam and Carmen Daldry are used to competing against each other as only a brother and sister can, but now, they’re motivating each other to reach new heights in the sport of powerlifting. In 2016, Adam

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Four local golfers take on the Longest Day challenge for cancer

Four local golfers, Mike Santo, Nick Rowe, Kevin Thorpe and Matthew Long took on the Longest Day Challenge, raising money for cancer research.

Ever since Greek soldier Philippides ran the 26 miles from Marathon to Athens to deliver the news of the Greeks Army’s victory over the Persians (and as legend has it dropped dead on the spot) people have been fascinated by extremes

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