Baw Baw jaw-jaw: 17 May 2018
Baw Baw jaw-jaw
By Emily Kulich // 04:15, Wednesday 6 June 2018
Baw Baw jaw-jaw is our wrap of tips, tidbits, and shout-outs. This set of stories first appeared in our 17 May 2018 print edition.
Every step you take…
Queen Street’s watching you
In 1983 rock band The Police promised that “every step you take,
I’ll be watching you.” Thirty-five years later and it’s Baw Baw’s police saying the same to people on Warragul’s Queen Street.
Cameras have been installed between Smith and Mason Streets at a cost of $92,000. Misbehavers be warned: you will be Stung.
Hard one to swallow
Local band The Spitting Swallows has performed with a temp drummer after Daniel “Stiv” Stivens injured one of his hands.
We’ll spare you the details, but a post on the group’s Facebook page says “Stiv is still a bit sore after impaling his hand.” Wince.
Darnum kid in building comp
Darnum 7-year-old Finnigan Young was one of just 36 kids chosen to compete in a national LEGO chall-enge judged by a “master model builder” in Melbourne last month!
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