Christmas tree lights cause Poowong house fire

Fire destroyed a young family’s Poowong home on Sunday afternoon after Christmas tree lights caught fire.

A young family has lost their home, belongings and Christmas presents after Christmas tree lights caught fire in their Poowong home on Sunday afternoon. The couple, and their two children aged three and four-years-old, were not home when Christmas lights

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Baw Baw squash triumph over Poowong in biannual clash

Representing Baw Baw Squash Club against Poowong in the biannual clash at Bellbird Park on Thursday night are (from left) Bruce Bowering, Scott McArdle, Bjorn Hestdal, Brendon Brentwood and Tim Kubale.

The Baw Baw Squash Club have triumphed in its biannual clash with Poowong on Thursday night. The Baw Baw side showed their class at home, winning seven matches to one on a cold night at Bellbird Park. The biannual match

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Poowong wins trophy

Poowong collected the Mary Duncan Memorial trophy with victory in the section two doubles. Pictured from left Adrian Tilling, Glen Halliday, Wendy Tilling, Stephen Halliday, Kiera Tilling, Jenny Cecil, and James O’Connor.

Riverside Tennis Association completed three of its four grand finals at the weekend despite inclement weather. Grand finals scheduled for Saturday at Moe were moved to Sunday, with both section two doubles and singles deciders and the section one doubles

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Poowong win trophy

Poowong were premiers in the section two doubles. Pictured from left Wendy Tilling, Kiera Tilling, Adrian Tilling, Jenny Cecil, Stephen Halliday, James O'Connor, Glen Halliday.

Riverside Tennis Association has struck a new perpetual trophy to honour the memory of its first life member, the late Mary Duncan. The trophy was presented to section two doubles premiers Poowong, who defeated Hallora in a hotly contested grand

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Video captures Poowong legends

Poowong dairy farmer Matt Wilson says since he moved to Poowong, he has been made to feel a part of the community.

Poowong residents have good reason to think of themselves as legends and now a video has been launched celebrating the town’s “legendairy” status. In June, Poowong was announced the “legendairy capital of Gippsland” by Dairy Australia. What makes this town

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