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Lots to see and do at field days

FARM World Field Days will be held at Lardner Park near Warragul from Thursday, April 7 to Sunday, April 10, and they will be bigger and better than ever. Farm World has grown to be one of Australia’s largest regional agricultural events, allowing farm machinery manufacturers, suppliers and distributors to launch new products and showcase […]

March 30th, 2016 | Posted in Rural News | Read More »

Good cause raises bucket loads

COMMUNITY groups across South Gippsland set out over the Easter weekend raising funds for the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal. Wonthaggi’s Uncle Bob’s Club managed to raise over $27,000 for the hospital in an enormous campaign which saw donation tins filled across the region. Appeal organiser John Druscher said the contributions made on behalf […]

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Stony steals a win

IN a close clash, Stony Creek brought home a win against Phillip Island in the 2016 season opener. Playing at Phillip Island, Stony Creek was feeling the sting of the home ground advantage and only managed to score two points against Phillip Island’s 16 by the end of the first quarter. Some inspiring words from […]

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Tarwin benefits from MDU inaccuracy

Tarwin welcomed players and supporters with perfect football weather and the breeze favouring the town end. The ground was in perfect condition which is a credit to the Tarwin Football Netball Club. There was a big crowd there to watch two clubs go into battle for the Round One points. Both teams were keen to […]

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Sea Eagles soar into season

INVERLOCH-KONGWAK got off to a flying start to the season when it played at home against the Korumburra-Bena on Saturday. The Giants hunted down the ball in the first term and showed some tough competition despite being outscored 20 to seven, with the Sea Eagles getting off the mark in the last ten minutes of […]

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Holiday races a winner for all

PUNTERS and families made the most of the school holidays with a day of activities at the Stony Creek Races yesterday (Tuesday). Racegoers enjoyed a full program of events with on site betting and catering while families could all partake in the field day fun with children’s activities held across the meet. One race, the […]

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Tigers win in grand style

IT was a great win for Mirboo North on Sunday by a side that had a never say die attitude in this year’s Central Gippsland Cricket Association final series. First it was the history making semi final win off the last ball to get them a grand final berth, but it was the sheer will […]

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Cute baby charms nation

LEONGATHA’S Callum Hackett has gone on to win a national competition with his cute smile and singing abilities. Callum’s mum Angela entered her three year old in the Bonds Baby competition with a 15 second video of him singing his alphabet. “I originally saw the competition on Facebook and all entries received a 40 per […]

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Tour hits right notes

THE 10th Tour de Tarwin was held across the Easter weekend, with three full days of family fun aimed at bringing the communities of Tarwin Lower and Venus Bay together. Around 1500 people took part in the tour on Saturday, which included a ride, walk or run between Venus Bay and Tarwin Lower. Tour de […]

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Adrian returns to Lyric for Mary Poppins

  LYRIC Theatre’s upcoming production of Mary Poppins will see veteran Lyric performer Adrian Darakai return to the stage in the principle role of Bert. The ex-Poowong resident last played Colin in Lyric’s Two Weeks with the Queen 12 years ago and while Adrian has not graced the Mesley stage since, he has achieved success […]

March 30th, 2016 | Posted in Arts & Entertainment | Read More »

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