1 hr ago
Telstra pays to park, but no tickets
TELSTRA staff have been given an exemption to leave their vehicles all day in a Koroit Street car park without buying daily tickets while work continues at the Warrnambool exchange building.
10 hrs ago
Coffee, coins and a brighter future for Mira
Brightbird Espresso owners Katrina and Mark Brightwell with daughter Mira, nine months, who was born with a chronic kidney condition.
14 hrs ago
National day to highlight tragic toll
Fran Trenery, from Warrnambool, holds on to a white wreath which will be laid at the Warrnambool Civic Green next Wednesday as part of National White Wreath Day.
Wed May 22, 2013
Paramedics see red
South-west paramedics John Holland , Steve McGhie and Jock O'Connor with secretary of the Ambulance Employees Australia Jack Curwen-Walker after talks yesterday about the negotiations for a 30 per cent pay rise.
Tue May 21, 2013
Friendly run rivalry score two-all
Crowe emerged victorious in Sunday's Warrnambool Athletics Club Flaggy 5km charity run, edging out prolific race winner Ella Gill.
Love Or Gold makes big leap to challenge champ
Love Or Gold scored an impressive maiden hurdle win at the Warrnambool May carnival earlier this month at his first try in a jumps race but today he faces up to Black And Bent, which will be trying to set an Australia record of 10 consecutive jumps wins.
Greens coy on south-west candidates
THE Greens are still weeks away from entering candidates in the political race for the south-west federal seats of Wannon and Corangamite.
Sat May 18, 2013
Five teens make Vic squad
FIVE south-west teenagers are bound for the AFL's biggest recruiting stage - the National Under 18 Championships - after being named in the Vic Country squad.
HFNL wrap: Blues take the points in convincing win
WARRNAMBOOL is celebrating a 40-point win over Terang Mortlake in today's Hampden Football Netball League round six match at Reid Oval.
Versatile Tiger's the complete package
THAT Merrivale coach Jason Porter has headaches about where to use Josh Guiney is the first sign the small utility is in rare form.
South-west youngsters treated to insider's view on performing arts
Shane Howard performs with Warrnambool East Primary School pupil Jayden Brown , Port Fairy Consolidated's Harry Hogan and Merrivale's Davida Melis-Sharp. About 280 grade 5 and 6 pupils came together from Port Fairy Consolidated, Merrivale and Warrnambool East primary schools as part of a combined community performing arts project titled Play it ... (more)
Thu May 16, 2013
Puppies find a shoulder to lean on, for now
Warrnambool RSPCA Million Paws Walk fund-raiser co-ordinator Sam Mielnik with the two pups found abandoned in dunes near Port Fairy.
Wed May 15, 2013
Rooster earns second tilt at national under 18 titles
SOUTH Warrnambool's Louis Herbert is just as excited as he was last year about earning a place in Vic Country's squad for a second consecutive under 18 national championships.
Tue May 14, 2013
The Hamilton Spectator
Tigers go down to experienced Magpies
PORTLAND continues to strive for a consistent four-quarter effort after going down to Camperdown in round six of Hampden League netball on Saturday.
Coroner: young driver at fault in horror Penshurst crash
A CORONER has found that driver Sean Doran contributed to the fatal accident which led to the deaths of six people north of Penshurst 18 months ago.
Domestic stabbing puts new dad in jail
Craig Bell, 28, of Terang Road, Noorat, pleaded guilty in Warrnambool Magistrates Court this week to recklessly causing serious injury.
The Lake Condah Mission: discovering our Indigenous history
Some good news to come out of this year's Federal Budget is that the Working on Country program - that trains Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander rangers to care for the land - will be funded for a further five years.
Mon May 13, 2013
Taking up the challenge to save lives
WARRNAMBOOL College students believe if they can save one life then the Under 25s Road Safety Challenge will be worth it.
Cobden succumbs to Warrnambool's winning ways
Cobden's Fay Rundell watches the putt of Warrnambool opponent Di Howland during yesterday's pennant competition at Camperdown.
Sun May 12, 2013
Spate of fires before the rain
FIREFIGHTERS across the south-west yesterday welcomed drenching rain after a number of burn-offs got out of control in strong north winds on Saturday.