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OVER 100 people attended last month’s inaugural Backyard Cinema film festival in Warragul’s Civic Park, with this year’s success making a return next year likely.
THEY have invaded Baw Baw but will not hurt anyone. In fact they are probably helping your garden to thrive.
Waiting over an hour for a taxi? The solution to Warragul’s transport problems might be right on our doorstep.
IT’S the 1940′s superannuation fund that is now sinking council plans for infrastructure development.
BAW Baw’s youngest councillor and Mayor, Adam Tyson, is leaving politics after seven years.
Councillor Tony Wolfe might not have renominated for Warragul ward, but he’s not ruling out a return in the future.
THE BUSINESSES, THE council, the developer. It’s the western-style showdown dividing townspeople and driving newcomers and business away.
FROM ISSUE 6 OF THE WARRAGUL CITIZEN: Get it now FOR FREE! 3 August 2012, 1.00pm. A MAGNITUDE 5.4 earthquake which hit south of Trafalgar in June unleashed a barrage of aftershocks felt across Gippsland. The strength of the aftershocks has … Continue reading
By William Kulich. 1 June 2012. A shortened version of this feature appeared in Issue 5 of The Warragul Citizen newspaper, released TODAY. We are taught from school empty rooms need no light, but have you compared that lesson to … Continue reading
By William Kulich. 1 June 2012. With the carbon tax set to be introduced in July and increasing consumer interest in sustainable business practices, one group of energy-conserving locals is winning over businesses and customers with a local approach to … Continue reading