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  1. Farmers losing millions as Murray Goulburn's share price declinesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | ABC News

    South Australian dairy farmers say they fear for the future of their industry in the wake of an overhaul of Australia's largest milk processor. The Europeans are much more militant than we are.

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  2. Eagles make youth switch | videoRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Warrnambool Standard

    HE'S BACK: Round one star Taylem Wason is set to play for North Warrnambool Eagles when they take on Portland on Saturday. Picture: Amy Paton NORTH Warrnambool Eagles are set to welcome back round one star Taylem Wason for their clash against Portland on Saturday.

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  3. Magpies lose key trio for battle with BluesRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Warrnambool Standard

    BIG LOSS: Camperdown skipper Jacob Mahony, pictured celebrating against Terang Mortlake in round two, is sidelined with a knee injury. Picture: Amy Paton CAMPERDOWN'S task against in-form Warrnambool has grown more difficult with three quality players set to miss on Saturday.

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  4. Weir enters three in Warrnambool CupRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Warrnambool Standard

    ENTERED: Darren Weir has put up Terang Cup-winner Master Zephyr as one of three horses he has entered in the Warrnambool Cup. Picture: Rob Gunstone Weir, who is attempting to win the race for a third consecutive time, nominated the last-start Terang Cup-winner Master Zephyr, Falago and Master Of Arts in the feature flat race of the three-day May Racing Carnival.

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  5. Free parking plan unveiledRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Warrnambool Standard

    Parking fees in Warrnambool's off-street parking areas will be abolished during CBD renewal works if approved on Monday ngiht. FEES in three of Warrnambool's off-street parking areas will be abolished during CBD renewal works, the city council has revealed.

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  6. Rising rents a critical barrierRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Warrnambool Standard

    The cost of renting is a serious problem for people in regional areas that has been overlooked, according to a Warrnambool youth services worker. An Anglicare Australia report assessed the affordability of 75,400 rental properties across Australia in early April and found single people in regional areas were facing the most difficult situations.

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  7. Irish festival raises Koroit's public profileRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Warrnambool Standard

    The Koroit Irish Festival founders said the event, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this weekend, had well and truly exceeded their expectations. In what was designed to "bring a few people" into town, now attracts thousands of patrons for the three-day event.

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  8. Finals not mentioned as Camperdown remains last team undefeatedRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Warrnambool Standard

    The Camperdown Magpies have made a strong start to 2016, dropping just three of their twelve quarters to date, and winning by 16 goals on average across the first three weeks. Although the hurt of last year's grand final defeat still lingers, veteran goal defence Chelsea Castles said the Magpies were keeping their focus firmly set on the task at hand.

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  9. Tip fire sparks recycling reminderRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Warrnambool Standard

    Warrnambool City Council waste management officer Kate McInnes and Corangamite Shire environment co-ordinator Belinda Bennett with batteries often found at the Naroghid Landfill site. Corangamite Shire environment co-ordinator Belinda Bennett said there had been several instances of batteries self-combusting in waste at the site and one recent fire that required CFA attendance.

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  10. Irish fest's 20 years and countingRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Warrnambool Standard

    UP THERE, MIKE BRADY: Singer-songwriter Mike Brady, pictured at the 2015 Koroit Irish Festival, is back again this year. NEXT GENERATION: Melbourne band Zeon, pictured busking at the 2013 Port Fairy Folk Festival, are one of the Irish festival's headliners.

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  11. Fifty up for Lion LewisRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Warrnambool Standard

    MILESTONE: Terang Mortlake export Lewis Taylor will play his 50th game for Brisbane Lions on Sunday. He hasn't missed a game since debut.

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  12. Throwback Thursday - April 28, 2006 | photosRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Warrnambool Standard

    Portland teenages have organised a petition calling for a upgrade of the skate park on the Portland foreshore. Pictured are Todd O'Brien, Matthew Eade and Josh Mills, all 12. Playing in the School Country Shield Football between Brauer College and Emmanuel College were Sam Boyd, Simon Hogan and Ben Turner-Dwyer.

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  13. Hampden teams unveiledRead the original story

    Wednesday | Warrnambool Standard

    THE Hampden league has announced a 17 and under team featuring players who have stepped up from the Western regionals for the Netball Victoria Association Championships next month. The HFNL announced its 17 and under and 13 and under teams on Wednesday, ahead of the qualifying round at Ballarat on May 29. Jackie Smedts, who co-coaches the 17 and under team with Jody Roth, said she was looking forward to seeing what the girls would produce at the qualifying round.

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  14. Rowan found not guiltyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Warrnambool Standard

    CLEARED: Warrnambool star Jason Rowan is celebrating after being found not guilty of an attempted striking charge on Wednesday night. Picture: Amy Paton WARRNAMBOOL spearhead Jason Rowan maintained an unblemished record and will play on Saturday after being cleared by the Hampden league's tribunal.

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  15. Top NotchRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Border Mail

    HAMPDEN league officials believe they could have their strongest representative side for several years to take on the Ovens and Murray at Warrnambool. HAMPDEN league officials believe they could have their strongest representative side for several years to take on the Ovens and Murray at Warrnambool.

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  16. Hampden teams' new lookRead the original story

    Wednesday | Warrnambool Standard

    THE Hampden league has unveiled a 17 and under team featuring players who have stepped up from the Western regionals for the Netball Victoria Association Championships next month. The HFNL announced its 17 and under and 13 and under teams on Wednesday, ahead of the qualifying round at Ballarat on May 29. Jackie Smedts, who co-coaches the 17 and under team with Jody Roth, said she was looking forward to seeing what the girls would produce at the qualifying round.

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  17. Victorian state budget delivers wins for agriculture, peak farm lobby group saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | ABC News

    Victorian Farmers Federation president Peter Tuohey describes the 2016 State Budget as "one of the best" for agriculture he has ever seen. Most of the major projects had already been announced - including $220 million for the Murray Basin Rail Project, an $80 million pipeline extension and $8.25 million weather radar - but Tuesday's budget speech included more wins for the farm lobby group.

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  18. Reigning champs open accountRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Warrnambool Standard

    LAST year's division one Sunday pennant golf champion Port Fairy is looking to get some momentum going after beating Heywood four matches to three in the second round. Port Fairy division one captain Shane Gurnett was pleased his team was on the board after it went down in its opening encounter.

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  19. Irish fest builds profileRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Warrnambool Standard

    Cheers: Koroit Irish Festival founders former president Maurice Molan, vice-president Des Noonan, and treasurer Des Walsh celebrate the event's 20th anniversary. Picture: Madeleine McNeil The Koroit Irish Festival founders said the event, which celebrates its 20th event at the weekend, had well and truly exceeded their expectations.

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  20. Thubiaan set for top-weightRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Warrnambool Standard

    HEAVYWEIGHT: Thubiaan, pictured during last year's Brierly Steeplechase, is set to be given the top-weight for next Thursday's Grand Annual. Picture: Rob Gunstone TOUGH jumper Thubiaan will be the top-weight for the $300,000 Warrnambool Grand Annual Steeplechase next Thursday, when Racing Victoria announces handicaps for the famous race on Friday.

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