Throwback Thursday – August 10, 2007 | photos 10 Aug 2017, 8:30 a.m. Take a look at the stories making news this week 10 years ago. Throwback Thursday – August 10, 2007 | photos Dan Hunter is the new chef of the Royal Mail Hotel in Dunkeld.Melbourne based developer Clint Hopper, pictured inside the gate of a Camperdown house he is currently renovating for sale. Outdoors Expo at the ARC stadium. John Stav, managing director of JV Marine, based in Melbourne. Warrnambool City Council Lake Pertobe coordinator Garry Adams with his fishing rod. Trout will be released into Lake Pertobe later this month and public will be allowed to fish in the lakes.Heywood sheep breeder Trevor Troeth with his rams at Hamilton's Sheepvention. Ted Perkins promotes the sheep antibacking system at Sheepvention.Queensland inventor Andrew Dickson with the Dalby Digger.Truck driver David Matthew has urged farmers to make sure their stock aren't on roads.Moyne Shire business director James Purcell at the Port Fairy wharf.Warrnambool Gift Gallery owner Justin Balmer.Dimmey's Warrnambool manager Danili Hocking.A Southern Right Whale at Port Fairy's East Beach.Port Fairy's Debbit Fitzgibbon is a breast cancer survivor.Riley Daffy, Liam Bell, Billy Thomson, Abby Thomson and Taylah Daffy are getting ready for a goods and services auction at the Russells Creek Football Club.Jack Woodrup, 90, is the oldest Olympic Torch carrier in the district.Rachael and Clare Price impressed judges at the Hamilton Sheepvention.Madelaine Halstead, 15, and her sister Kate, 16, showing second hand riding gear, which will be for sale at Portland Pony club Equine expo. Ray Chislett with his angus cattle at Allansford.Daniel Kirk, Kellie Johns and Jackson McLaren prepare for an exhibition at BeachHead art gallery.Young designers at Hamilton's Sheepvention -Meilissa Mahony, Rosanagh Guthrie, and her mother Ann Guthrie. Warrnambool East Primary School student Maddie Taylor with Darren Coghlan from the Australian Ballet trying out some moves.Terang's Kevin Sexton, pictured trying to get used to a new taste - potato chips - instead of nicotine, in the bar at Bernie Kenna's Hotel in Terang.Port Fairy Spring Music Festival preview opening held at Warrnambool Art Gallery. Pictured are young pianist Ella Carstein from Port Fairy and festival artistic director Stephen McIntyre. The fight for the Crossley Church building heats up as the Catholic Church announces the building will be sold. Pictured is local Teresa O'Brien, with her daughter Niamh Howard, aged 3, in front of the church. New Australian citizen Julie Suter, pictured at the Moyne shire Australian Citizenship ceremony with mayor Gerald Madden. 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.