Good morning south-west. Welcome to a new week, kick it off with our quick wrap of what's been happening in our wonderful region over the weekend.
Looks like we are in for a wet one today. Areas of rain developing early in the morning, easing to the chance of showers in the afternoon. The chance of thunderstorms in the morning and afternoon as well. Winds northwesterly 15 to 25 km/h turning west to southwesterly 25 to 35 km/h in the morning. Daytime temperatures reaching around 14.
A YOUNG driver, believed to be aged 13, lead police on a pursuit along the Princes Highway between Yambuk and Port Fairy yesterday.
A PETITION aiming to end the long running battle to reopen an access road around Lake Bullen Merri is circulating Camperdown businesses and has gained the support of Corangamite Shire councillors.
THE annual BridalParty Warrnambool Bridal Expo and Wedding of The Year was held yesterday, with Jessica O'Brien taking out the title.
The latest edition of Your Wedding magazine is available from The Standard office and selected outlets from today. http://t.co/InkyZlhAdz— The Standard (@WboolStandard) June 15, 2014
In sport Warrnambool Seahawks staved off an early Camberwell Dragons’ challenge on their way to an important away win on Saturday night.
SOME of the south-west’s best junior netballers excelled at the Netball Victoria Association Championships for the western region yesterday.
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Glenda Cookson from Warrnambool attempts to catch an image of wild seas as they pound the breakwater yesterday. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT
If today is your birthday you share the date with King Edward I of England, British comedian Stan Laurel, US Rapper Tupac, golfer Phil Mickelson and Australian aboriginal activist Charles Perkins.