Showing articles published in "Baw Baw Citizen"
Warragul Farmers’ Market turns three!  Baw Baw News   Warragul Farmers' Market turns three! We chatted about the Warragul Farmers Market's third birthday with managers Erika and Sallie. Posted by The Warragul Citizen on Tuesday, 29 November 2016 We chatted about the Warragul Farmers’ Market’s third birthday with managers Erika and Sallie.
Warragul Rotary Art Show 2016: a tour  Baw Baw Galleries   Baw Baw Lifestyle   Warragul Rotary Art Show 2016: a tour Warragul Rotary Club's 2016 art show kicked off on Saturday. Here are some highlights. Posted by The Warragul Citizen on Tuesday, 22 November 2016 Warragul Rotary Club’s 2016 art show kicked off on Saturday 19 November. Here are some highlights.
Dogs of the Warragul markets: 19 November 2016  Baw Baw Lifestyle   Dogs of the Warragul markets: 19 November 2016 Today's video might be the most important content we have ever published. It features ~many~ doggos. Posted by The Warragul Citizen on Saturday, 19 November 2016 Today’s video might be the most important content we have ever published. It features ~many~ doggos.
Costa coming back to Baw Baw  Baw Baw Community Notices   Costa is coming back to Baw Baw! The Baw Baw Citizen is super excited to bring you this special announcement and invitation from the Baw Baw Food Hub! Register for your free ticket via the link in the comments. Posted by The Warragul Citizen on Sunday, 20 November 2016 The Baw Baw Citizen is super […]
Reelected mayor Joe Gauci on Baw Baw jobs and Hazelwood’s closure  Baw Baw News   Joe Gauci reelected Baw Baw Shire mayorHow should Baw Baw respond to Hazelwood’s closure? Here’s what reelected mayor Joe Gauci thinks: Posted by The Warragul Citizen on Sunday, 13 November 2016 How should Baw Baw respond to Hazelwood’s closure? Here’s what reelected mayor Joe Gauci thinks.
Colts invite women to 2017 pre-season launch [Community notice]  Baw Baw Community Notices   WOMEN interested in playing for the Warragul Colts in 2017 have been invited to the club’s pre-season launch.
Now what? Baw Baw’s first priorities for 2016+  Baw Baw News   Now what? Baw Baw's first priorities for 2016+ We have new councillors, but what are they actually going to do? The Baw Baw Citizen asked them that after last night's swearing in ceremony. Posted by The Warragul Citizen on Wednesday, 2 November 2016 We have new councillors, but what are they actually going to do? […]
Lachie&Will: Tuned In  Baw Baw News   ENTERTAINMENT // Lachie Crampton and Will Watson are bringing their take on the world – and each other – to the air on 103.1 3BBR FM.
Port Phillip puts best boots forward  Baw Baw Sponsored Articles   FASHION // WHEN you think of fashion, images of hyper-modern runways and out-there designs likely come to mind. But despite that cutting edge perception, the industry’s high end still relies on good, old fashioned craftsmanship.
A haunting look at history  Baw Baw Sponsored Articles   ENTERTAINMENT// Many Gippslanders are unaware of the region’s rich history. Tegan Dawson wants to change that.
Why your phone is faster than your PC  Baw Baw Sponsored Articles   TECH // WE LIVE in an age of amazing technology. Our smartphones seem capable of doing almost anything quickly and easily, tablets have made the internet portable, and even our watches now run apps. But despite all this change, one key household device has stayed slow: the humble PC.
New Animators song unveiled at Tonicfest launch party  Baw Baw Entertainment   A mini gig held above a Warragul shop? Unexpected, and super cool.
V/Line back on track: date set for return of 43 services  Baw Baw News   THERE is a light at the end of the tunnel for frustrated V/Line commuters with confirmation a further 43 rail services will be restored later this month.
DIY comfortable green living  Baw Baw News   LIFESTYLE // MANY people dream of designing and building their own home. Andrew and Kim Musgrove actually did it.
Baw Baw's 2015 in review  Baw Baw News   This year has been a big one for Baw Baw’s towns. Major governance changes have taken place with the impacts yet to be seen, major projects have started and finished and community groups have celebrated successes. Here are just some of the stories from the year, ordered by when WBBC published them. You can find […]