Throwback Thursday – May 18, 2007 | photos 18 May 2017, 7:57 a.m. Take a look at the stories making news this week 10 years ago. Throwback Thursday – May 18, 2007 | photos Warrnambool carpenter David Mitchell steps outside during a downpour of rain.Denis Hughson walks with Alan Welch, who is blind, four days a week.Brauer College students Elie Haas, Chelse Ripper, Max Hirst and Tom Ballard pose for a picture for a story about a Cyberbully announcement by the state government.Bernie Davey is concerned he will lose his view of the ocean.Ocean Grove residents are concerned they will lose their sea views.Graham Blain, Jack Kenna and Frank O'Connor at the drought relief luncheon held at Terang.Darren Cole and Lisa Barclay at the launch of the Corangamite Liquor Licencing Accord. Terang Hotel licencee Bernie Kenna with patron Kevin Sexton ahead of the introduction of a ban on smoking in hotels.Warrnambool Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village manager Peter Abbott. Robert McLean with a giant mushroom he found. Rohan Keert is all smiles with daughter Laura, 8.Helen Maloney, Colleen Campbell and Cindy Kirk catch up for Mother's Day.Brittany Iles and Jess Campbell enjoy an ice cream in Warrnambool's CBD.Agriculture Minister Joe Helper speaks at Terang's DemoDAIRY.Marion Manifold and Julie Brazier check out a hole that has formed on the road near the Port Campbell jetty.Mt Noorat Hotel publicans Janet and Gary Niewand.Sharon Clark and Glenn Britnell with a load of hay they are donating.St Patrick s Port Fairy pupils who won their choir speaking section at the Warrnambool Eisteddfod.Ian Ball with fox scalps that have been handed in as part of a bounty.Warrnambool's Graham Hicks with his house boat at Jubilee Park.Sharna Kalms competes at a Warrnambool Pony Club event.Lorna Thwaites and Tate Mooney are ready for the Million Paws walk.David Viney is preparing for the city's youth film festival.Lena Mitchell collects money for the Red Shield Appeal.Barry McVilly in his timber yard at Terang. Philip Hose, Michael Harrison and Anne O'Keefe talk about a depression campaign aimed at football and netball clubs. Blake French had a close encounter with a shark at Logan's Beach.Reg Dumesny and Steve Tippett, pictured sitting in the 4WD they drove in the Variety Club fundraiser. Joan Kirner, pictured with Del Miller and Bob Frost, was a guest speaker at the Warrnambool Volunteer Week opening.Lyndoch residents Thelma Harlock and Ruth Watson knit jumpers for African babies.Lyndoch resident Reg McDowell talks to volunteer Charlie Torney.A group gathers to stand together in silence to promote a better world for future generations.Fiona Kuilboer talks to Sudanese children in Warrnambool.Port Fairy Post Office co-owner Kate Stuchbery prepares to move to a new premises.Brauer College student Nasrin Yota received a $1000 drama scholarship.Timboon's Whiskey distillery project developer Tim Marwood checks out the construction. Brauer College students prepare to perform in the school's production, More than a feeling.Emmanuel College student Matthew O'Rourke with Rohan Davies from Medieval Education in Melbourne.World Laughter day celebration at Lake Pertobe.Hex plays at the Battle of the Bands.Ron Rauert and Gerald Madden launch Red Cross Calling month.Warrnambool mayor David Atkinson at the site of a Japanese garden.Margaret Lane at the childrens crossing on Raglan Parade.They have just put up new 40km zones on the Highway during school times.TweetFacebook of ╳exitTake a look at the stories making news this week 10 years ago.PHOTO SALESImages taken by The Standard’s photographers – including the images in this gallery – are available for purchase here or phone 5563 1850.