More rain as Warragul gets a wet start to 2020

There was plenty of rain around in April across the region.

More solid rain last month has given Warragul one of its wettest starts to a year. The 117.8 millimetres recorded last month took the January-February total to 234.4 millimetres. The same period last year produced just 55.4 millimetres. Only three

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Rain plays havoc in Round 3 WDCA matches

Fraser Duncan grabs a drink as he and Brett Williams discuss their strategy in gloomy conditions on Saturday.

The battle of the two form teams of the competition went down to the wire on the weekend, as a draw meant both teams now sit alone at the top of the table. Batting first, Hallora got off to a

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Flooding for Garfield

The Tarago River at Robin Hood Reserve was fast flowing on Thursday as much of Baw Baw Shire avoided the forecast deluge of rain.

While much of Baw Baw Shire avoided the forecast deluge of rain late last week, some localised flooding was experienced in the west of the shire and into Cardinia Shire on Thursday. Heavy rain in Garfield saw localised flooding in

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Strong crowds for Farm World

Emily and Thomas Dunn look the part in their hats as they explore Farm World.

Rain arrived on cue for Farm World over the weekend, but organisers and exhibitors reported strong crowds and strong sales for the annual event. Crowd numbers were just short of last year’s record with more than 55,000 people still attending

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Rain cancels events

Bureau of Meteorology warnings of up to 100mm of rain in West Gippsland from Friday to Sunday fell short but the region was spared of any dangerous flash flooding.

Warnings of a super storm hitting the state over the weekend may not have impacted as originally predicted, but several events and sporting activities were either called off or washed out across West Gippsland. Bureau of Meteorology warnings of up

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