Throwback Thursday – July 13, 2007 | photos 13 Jul 2017, 10:30 a.m. Take a look at the stories making news this week 10 years ago. Throwback Thursday – July 13, 2007 | photos Kylie Harradine, Bernie Clark, Nonnie Harradine and Ros Britton attend the Gunditjmara Co-op 25th birthday celebrations.The Standard's Tim Auld, Natalie McRae, Jacinta Evans, Ondine Green, Georgia Bailey and Cassie Cowling. Diabetes sufferer Graham Durston.Neville Wallace and Brad Miller are promoting an open night at the Warrnambool Freemasons.Brittany Gee, 5, and Lachlan Gee, 4, at the Fun4Kids Festival.Scott and Leanne Davis at the Logans Beach whale platform.Erin Mathews and Luke Dykes at the Logans Beach whale platform.Josh Corbett and Harry Lee attend a screening of Harry Potter in Warrnambool.Gunditjmara CO-OP Chairman Brian Davis with some of his paintings at a Koori art exhibition held at Warrnambool Beachhead Gallery.Stan Ross received a life membership for service in the VRFBA Region 5 championships. Michael Brebner at John Molan celebrate the addition of natural gas at Sunnyside House.Port Fairy Historical society members Margaret Collins and Judith Kerhsaw hold a ceremony to mark 75 years since the SS Casino sank.Cobrico's Paul Whiteley donates blood for the 100th time.\Liebig Street.Duncan McKinley has been running the Corangamite Mobile Library truck for the past 25 years .Barry Walsh is retiring from Callaghan's Motors after 40 years of service.Mick Turner, Gaye Morrissey and Brian Davis are set to open a new medical clinic for the Gunditjmara Co-op.Tower Hill tour guide John Sutherland looks out over the crater with water back over the grass lands after rains of the last month. The new head of the Warrnambool Coast Guard Rocco Maruzza.Mr Fish performs at the Fun4Kids Festival.Mister Whiskers and his dog Smiggy perform at Fun4Kids.The Gunditjmara dance group attends the 25th birthday of the Gunditjmara Co-op. Bill Edwards, Henry Alberts and Maisie Rose-Clarke attend the 25th birthday of the Gunditjmara Co-op.Margie Morrice at a whales exhibition at Flagstaff Hill.A southern right whale at Logans Beach.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.