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Best of the west expressed to ease Bryn's homecoming
BRYN MURFETT is back on home turf after a tough few months and soaking up the best of the west.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Desert art on display
A collection of work by leading indigenous women artists from central and western Australian desert country will have its first Victorian exhibition at Warrnambool Art Gallery.
Tide rises on old jetties
NEXT time there's flooding along the Hopkins River estuary Norm Sheppard and his Warrnambool and District Angling Club mates won't have to spend half the night retrieving boats.
Saputo has 13.55 per cent of Australian dairy
Saputo says it has increased its stake in Australian dairy processor Warrnambool Cheese and Butter to 13.55 per cent, up from 4.8 per cent last week.
Warrnambool launches Walden on 52-year news career - but all good things come to an end
With those words Mal Walden last night ended a five-decade-long career that began in Warrnambool as a teenager.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Two injured as car and truck collide near Koroit
Warrnambool police said two people in the car were injured but their injuries were not believed to be life-threatening.
South East NSW and Gippsland Rural Report, Tuesday 3rd December, 2013
Cat McGauran Fat lamb prices are expected to increase over the coming months. Australia's main competitor in the export markets, New Zealand, experienced drought in early 2013, affecting their production levels.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Breakfast and friendship - tuck right in
A FULL stomach and a chat can turn a bad day into a good one for lonely or disadvantaged people.
Australian regulator blocks Saputo WCB takeover bid
Canadian dairy giant Saputo has been ordered by the Australian Takeovers Panel not to process any acceptances received under its latest bid for Warrnambool Cheese and Butter , following a complaint by rival bidder, Murray Goulburn.
Setting a high standard
"We beat them at home this year at Terang but it doesn't mean we'll beat them tomorrow.
Warrnambool Christmas sales off to a promising start
CHRISTMAS sales have picked up on early trade but Warrnambool retailers say the next fortnight will be the real test.
Port Fairy races given the go-ahead in Warrnambool
Port Fairy's community race day will go-ahead on Thursday in Warrnambool after the city's course was yesterday deemed safe.
It's almost ready, teddy, go
Brad Warnecke, 13 , co-organiser Trevor Warnecke, Salvation Army Captain Megan Aitken and Peter Degering are gearing up for the 2013 Warrnambool Motorcycle Toyrun.
Chance of more 40km/h school speed zones
MORE school safety speed zones could be added across south-west Victoria under new guidelines announced by the state government.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Three homes, three strikes at weekend auctions
A four-bedroom home at 18 Matthews Court, Warrnambool, was passed in. About 35 people attended the auction at noon Saturday to see auctioneer Michael Darken pass in the property on a vendor bid of $470,000.
Stocks to watch on Monday
Treasurer Joe Hockey has blocked an American food giant's bid for GrainCorp, saying the takeover would be against the national interest.
Cold, wet weather dampens coastal areas in November
Above-average rainfall was notched up in Warrnambool, Port Fairy and Portland during November, while inland centres including Hamilton and Mortlake enjoyed less rainy days.
Canadian Business Magazine
Bidding war for Australian dairy processor worries Saputo's investors
For almost 60 years, Montreal-based Saputo has quietly built its business from a family of cheesemakers that once made deliveries by bicycle into the top ten of the world's largest dairy empires.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Timboon on the bounce
TIMBOON Gold is hoping to bounce back from last week's heavy loss in round nine lawn bowls action today.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Veal has eye on WSS prize
The 25-year-old tonight launches his busiest season when he contests a round of the Sprintcar Racing Association of Victoria series at his home track, Allansford's Premier Speedway.