Throwback Thursday – June 15, 2007 | photos 15 Jun 2017, 7 p.m. Take a look at the stories making news this week 10 years ago. Throwback Thursday – June 15, 2007 | photos Renae and Darren McIntyre, with son Alex, won the right to name one of the Maremma pups.Bookmaker Gary Walsh looking at the Global Sportsbet website.Camperdown author Gillian Wadd with her new book Sea Secrets.This photo was taken near Hawkesdale.Portland's Kellie Frankland won a TAFE achievement award.Richard Hollingsworth is holding auditions for Skull Wars.US trainee teachers Brittney Auringer, 21, and Meghan Bruen, 21,from Carthage university, Wisconsin.They are at Woodford Primary school for three weeks to see how small Victorian schools operate.SES volunteers David Hedger and Stephen McDowell have returned from the NSW floods.Port Fairy's Tracey Mercer is an angel intuitive. Dorothy Harlock and Nancy Smith at the launch of the experience the difference program on buses.Moe and Victoria Newth at the Camperdown Races.Nigel Grapentin and Di Hester at the Camperdown races.Mandy Hughs, Gorgia Hughs, Melinda Benn and Milli Benn spend a day in Port Fairy.Warrnambool College students Maddi O'Connor, 14,Dylan McTaggart, 14, and Katrina Graham,14,with Warrnambool RSL vice president John Miles.Meredith Ferguson and Rosco Wildes enjoy a bite to eat in Port Fairy.Wendy Rankin Flowers owners Lisa Bartlett and Janelle Gladman with their delivery car.Tom Dickson is disappointed a water tank was stolen from the Caramut cemetery.Delrae Westgarth pictured cuddling her beloved 21-year-old ewe Lucky at her Lake Bolac property. Keith Jackson, 85, pictured with his many community service and sporting service medallions, including multiple life memberships. He umpired in the first fully televised Aussie rules match on television 50 years ago. Jenny Hodgetts, with her Ford Falcon sedan, which has recently been converted to gas. Racing Victoria Regional Track and Facilities Manager Steve Torney, on the new racecourse training surface. Acting racecourse manager David Hose is at rear. Warrnambool Art gallery Curator Brenda O'Connor holding up the encased baton used by Emperor Napoleon III - born Prince Charles Louis Bonaparte, the last Monarch of France. Ruby Hinkley, 8, Susan Hinkley, Bonnie Hinkley, 10 and Jennifer Rowan, 11, at the Camperdown Races.Rochelle Campbell and Maree Crabbe holding up a Body shop t-shirt with a slogan. They are asking artists in the local community to design unique ar and slogans to promote awareness of the issues that women face. Warrnambool City Council is looking for more volunteers. Pictured are Lyndell Smitten, Nasrin Wota, Jenna Richardson, Keira Longmore and Eric Gilbert. They are all volunteering for this years festival. Warrick Petering, 21, of Warrnambool and Jayson Blain, 34, of Mortlake, an arborist and a farmer are army reservists and will leave on Friday for peace keeping duties in the Solomon Islands.The Dachshund Dash at Village Green in Port Fairy. Uno Championships at the Seanchai.Pictured in the round 3 of the championship are Darren Beer,25,of Ararat and Sonya Clarkson,30,of Melbourne ............070610am38 SPECIAL 01021826Pictured Shirley Rhook owner/manager of Leading Edge electronics in Koroit street Warrnambool...She is unhappy with new council laws on footpath furniture, has a petition going.............070510am25 SPECIAL 01021931Rob Horner and Bernie Riordon are preparing for East Warrnambool's centenary celebrations.Portland man Lynn Murrell will become an OAM on Monday as part of the Queen's Birthday honours. Brendan O'Donnell and Ross Ryan at the uno competition at the Seanchai. Mepunga biodynamic farmer John Smith, who is concerned about the affect GM pasture could potentially have on his biodynamic status. He is pictured among one of his mixed crops. Eddie 24, Grant McCann 26, Ryan Jellie, 22, and Joel Crameri, 22, aren't happy with Denis Napthine's plan to reduce alcohol content in pre mixed drinks. Emily Walsh a former Sydney GP now working in Warrnambool. She is being filmed for a campaign to entice city GPs to the country.Terang College year 12 student Alison Meikle, 17, who is a member of Terang CFA, recieved a state VCE Achievers Award.Port Fairy Consolidated School students at the town's pool.Jack Daffy with his grandson Riley Daffy, 11, who raised money after having his head shaved for cancer research. Richard Jones, left, from the Koroit and District Sports Association presents a $2000 cheque to Victoria Park Management Committee chairman Ken Gale for the new multi-purpose sports stadium. Peter Brocklehurst is a tenor singer and has had to have six months of singing due to sickness. He will perform his come back concert in Seprember in Warrnambool. The Mud Cake Man, Brendan Antonio has opened a home-based cake cooking buisness in Warrnambool. Terang's Ian Blackburn with his 1956 FJ Holden and Doc Elliott, who helped restore the ute .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.