Council backs Warragul North Primary’s classroom campaign
BAW Baw councillors have thrown their support behind a campaign run by Warragul North Primary School community members to retain a portable school building marked for removal by the state government.
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Margerie Linton on Broadbent reports few budget complaints from McMillan
Well Mr Broadbent, I have heard plenty of complaints about the budget. I think people feel beaten into ground and haven't bothered to conta...
Ian Honey on Jobs to come with new Warragul aged care facility
Congratulations to the entrepeneurs with the intestinal fortitude to take on such a large venture. I am currently in Tamworth NSW and very ...
Bill Smith on Warragul Business Group looks forward to year of improvement
With the greatest respect, this is the most confusing and contradictory article ever published in your esteemed journal. Clearly the Pr...
Michael Leaney on Healthcare Group corrects Baw Baw
From what I understand, the WGHCG has become progressively "uncooperative" and "unhelpful" to all the community assistance programs that use...