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Gippsland’s July was warmer and drier
 Baw Baw News   Gippsland  
Between good snowfall on Mount Baw Baw and cold nights earlier in the month, it might come as a surprise to some that Gippsland’s July was unusually warm and dry.
Power holds off Stingrays in Round 14 clash
 Baw Baw Sport   Gippsland Sport  
Gippsland Power scored a two-point win in the team’s Round 14 match against the Dandenong Stingrays to stay in the 2017 TAC Cup top eight.
Fixing Gippsland rail
Will the upgrades proposed by the state government actually help improve reliability?
Gippsland promised a train every 40 minutes
Gippsland commuters have been promised more frequent and reliable rail services thanks to $435 million in line upgrades from the state government.
'Imposter syndrome' keeps women away from councils: panel
 Baw Baw News   Gippsland  
GIPPSLAND // REASONS for the councillor gender gap were discussed in detail at Wednesday’s Connecting Women Across Gippsland conference at Lardner Park.
Family violence 'extremely prevalent' in Gippsland
 Baw Baw News   Gippsland  
GIPPSLAND // AUSTRALIAN of the Year Rosie Batty visited Warragul last week as part of her national campaign against domestic violence.
Starting the mental health conversation
 Baw Baw Features   Baw Baw News   Gippsland  
GIPPSLAND // MENTAL health indicators and service usage patterns indicate the burden of mental illness on individuals and psychological health services in Gippsland is extremely high.
Same sex support – a pictorial petition
 Baw Baw Features   Baw Baw News   Gippsland  
GIPPSLAND // WHEN most people think of a petition they imagine clipboards, pens and spreadsheets, but for one group of Gippslanders a petition can be a much bigger statement.
Dairy expo reaches 16th year
GIPPSLAND // STRZELECKI Lions Club will host the South Gippsland Dairy Expo for its 16th year later this month.
Sunday's Snow Train good to go
 Baw Baw News   Gippsland  
WEST GIPPSLAND // RECENT fires at the Newport rail workshops will not affect the running of the annual Snow Train this weekend.
Liberals would let Pakenham-City commuters back on V/Line
VICTORIAN Liberal leader Matthew Guy has promised his party would undo recent changes to V/Line timetabling should it win government at the next state election.
Certainty returns for renewables generators
A DECREASED Renewable Energy Target has been approved by the Liberal/National coalition and Labor parties and is set to be passed through federal parliament in coming weeks.
Gippsland leaders to get helping hand
THE UPCOMING state budget will allocate $8 million toward the Regional Community Leadership Program across eastern Victoria for the next four years.
Women stand strong
 Baw Baw News   Gippsland  
WOMEN in Gippsland, a new networking, support and advocacy group for women formed from the former Gippsland Women in Business group, has launched with up to 300 people attending the inaugural event.
Wellington: Agriculture position paper approved
WELLINGTON Shire councillors have approved the council’s 2014 Agriculture Position Paper, which aims to improve representation of farmers in local government.
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