Students join Melbourne Show

Proudly displaying their Steam Punk creations are St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School students, from left, Sheridan Jacobs, Jayme Axe, Bianca McCutcheon, Rhean Dunstan and Affrikah Smith.

Students at St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in Trafalgar will get their first taste of entering artistic creations into the Royal Melbourne Show. Inspired by their art teacher who regularly enters her needle felting work into the show, students have

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Freeway flooding

The Trafalgar Chamber of Commerce hope recent attention to highway flooding in the town will see relevant authorities work towards fixing the problem.

Trafalgar Chamber of Commerce is hopeful a solution can be found to drainage issues which has caused localised flooding in the town’s main street during recent storm events. BK’s Takeaway owner Brendan Kingwill said the chamber had been concerned about

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Kinder demand in Trafalgar

Discussion the potential for a new early learning centre at the Trafalgar Primary School site on Friday are (from left) Member for Narracan Gary Blackwood, school council president Sally Stannard and Shadow Families and Children Minister Georgie Crozier.

The possibility of a new kindergarten being built on the Trafalgar Primary School site was flagged during discussions between the school and opposition members of parliament on Friday. Shadow Families and Children Minister Georgie Crozier and Member for Narracan Gary

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Premiership glory

With the premiership cup after winning the A grade premiership with a 40-37 win over Morwell East in the Mid Gippsland grand final are Trafalgar team members (from left) Ella McDonald, co-coach Bec Farrell, Erika Mason, captain Megan Hancock, Georgia Mason, Cassie Malady, co-coach Belinda Parise, Billie-Jo Malady and Cassie Pearce.

Trafalgar won the Mid Gippsland Netball Association’s A grade premiership with a three-goal win over Morwell East on Saturday. The win broke a 15-year premiership drought for the Bloods.  The last A grade premiership was won in 2002. The Bloods

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Pain for Bloods

Yarragon’s Sam Mattheson looks to win possession during the reserves match against Mirboo North.

Football is painful at times and there was plenty of pain being felt at Trafalgar on Saturday. One measly behind and a meagre two percentage points have cost the Bloods a spot in the Mid Gippsland league finals that begin

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Colts into grand final

Shanara Notman attempts the bump on Trafalgar’s Kirra Gill.

The Warragul Colts Youth Girls have won through to the Central Gippsland Junior Football League Youth Girls grand final, defeating Trafalgar in the preliminary final. The Colts finished fourth in the competition and travelled to Trafalgar full of confidence in

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Girls footy showdown

Moriah Lambie of the Colts gets the tackle on Lucinda Strong.

Local Youth Girls teams have qualified for Central Gippsland Junior league finals, with Warragul Colts’ victory over Newborough Red setting up a preliminary final showdown with Trafalgar. The Colts were coming off a loss from last week and were keen

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Thousands commemorate Anzac Day

Wearing medals with pride at the Drouin Anzac Day service are (from left) Russell and Irene Dawson, and Frank Grant.

Wet and windy weather did not deter thousands of people from commemorating Anzac Day throughout West Gippsland on Tuesday. In Warragul more than 1000 people attended a wet dawn service and hundreds also attended the morning service. RSL president Noel

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Gust tornado hits Trafalgar

A “gust tornado” ripped down the façade of the old Vic Jeans & Son building, now a memorabilia store, and left a trail of rubble across Waterloo Road in Trafalgar on Saturday afternoon.

A strong gust of wind, described by witnesses as a “mini tornado” hit Trafalgar late Saturday afternoon, ripping down the façade of a Waterloo Rd building. The intense burst of wind at about 5.30pm appeared to rip through the Waterloo

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Girls make mark

Trafalgar Junior Football Club will debut in the new CGJFL youth girls competition this year: (back, from left) Ayla Dwyer, Darcy Gillies, Alex Hopkins, Kaitlyn Ferguson, Meg Findlay, Maycie King, Zoe Arnold, Nicole Faltum, Winsome Sheehy, Kirra Gill, Maddison Gray; (centre) team manager Michelle Robertson, Haylee Bills, Zoe Varsaci, Abbey Sneddon, Renee Faltum, Tess Sneddon, Mikki Tullett, coach Tracey O’Brien; (front) Tahlia Vosper, Matilda Matthews, Portia Bell and Jade Boyle.

Trafalgar Junior Football Club will expand its team list this year, with a youth girls team set to take the field in the new Central Gippsland Junior Football League competition. Coach Tracey O’Brien has embraced the challenge and taken on

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