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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.
Luke Watson: drawing a career  Baw Baw Features   CITIZEN OF THE WEEK // WHEN children draw, few people think they are training for a future career as an artist. But years as “the drawing kid” in his class set Luke Watson up for a successful career as an illustrator.
Growers’ summer recipes  At the markets: Baw Baw   WBBC asked fruit and veg growers at the Yarragon and Longwarry markets what they like to cook with their fresh produce in summer.
Naked food: how you can reduce household waste to one handful  Baw Baw Food Features   Baw Baw Lifestyle   LOCAL LIVING // AUSTRALIANS are used to buying packaged produce. We buy bottled water, nuts come in the same wrapping as crisps, and even apples now come plastic wrapped.
Councils still a man’s world  Baw Baw Features   BAW BAW // GENDER equality remains a prominent issue in local politics, despite significant progress being made through legislation and social change.
Bucking policy: one on one with Labor's man in McMillan  Baw Baw Features   Baw Baw News   Federal politics   McMILLAN // CHRIS Buckingham was selected to be Labor’s candidate for the federal seat of McMillan in May and has been campaigning ever since. WBBC’s William Kulich caught up with him to discuss the budget, coal seam gas, asylum seekers and Bill Shorten.
Covering changes: Lua Lua  Baw Baw Entertainment   Baw Baw Features   MUSIC // MANY in Baw Baw are familiar with Mercury White. The band, largely made up of musicians from the region, won an Australian band competition in 2013 and placed fourth in an international competition in Germany the following year.
Canning plan: pushing for street art space  Baw Baw Entertainment   Baw Baw Features   Baw Baw News   BAW BAW // STREET art is something many people identify with the laneways of Melbourne, but there has been rising interest in fostering local artistic talent.
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.
A taste of America  At the markets: Baw Baw   AT THE MARKETS // Those who frequent many of the markets around Baw Baw will recognise Californian couple Carl and Sandra Wenz’s kettle corn stall, but many do not know what it is they sell. WBBC found out.
'Heartbreaking' condition gives rise to fundraiser for sick kids  Baw Baw Features   Baw Baw News   WARRAGUL // WHEN Lisa Giblin’s son Aiden was given three weeks to live at birth she was heartbroken, but 10 years on she considers her little boy “one of the lucky ones” who fought on.
Gippsland-grown saffron? It exists! – Warragul Farmers’ Market  At the markets: Baw Baw   Saffron grown in Gippsland? Warragul Farmers’ Market stallholder Phyll Tierney has proven it’s possible, and really high quality!
Garlic is more than just cloves – Warragul Farmers’ Market  At the markets: Baw Baw   WBBC asked Warragul Farmers’ Market stallholder Leni Teng all about garlic.
Seeing orange – Warragul Farmers’ Market  At the markets: Baw Baw   Visitors to the Warragul Farmers’ Market last month would have faced a wall of orange as they walked in, with new oranges glowing in the late winter sun.