A look at all the Moyne news from 25 years ago, September 1994.
The three-year-old group at the Koroit and District Kindergarten brought some special guests to kinder with them.
The children dragged their favourite toys along for a Teddy Bears Picnic.
Port Fairy councillor Reg Harry was leading the charge to have the town's public telephone boxes replaced with ones more suitable for the heritage town.
Telecom had replaced old telephone boxes with new ones with bright orange roofs.
"I believe it is an inappropriate site and the design is totally at odds with what we want Port Fairy to be," Cr Harry said.
The group of telephone boxes to which Mr Harry was referring were located on the corner of Sackville and Bank streets, under a large tree and next to public toilets. Cr Harry said tree roots had caused damaged to the boxes.
Glaxo Australia managing director Ken Windle said the company's Port Fairy plant had been chosen to produce Kapanol, a drug that provided relief for chronic cancer pain.
He said the new product would not create more jobs, with the plant capable of handling the extra work load within its current structure.
Port Fairy councillors voted in favour of a motion from Cr Jack Smits to donate $100 to the Red Cross Rwanda appeal. The money was to come from council's miscellaneous fund.
One fox was killed as part of a shooting expedition at Griffiths Island in Port Fairy. The shoot was undertaken by 18 members of the Warrnambool branch of the Victorian Field and Game Association.
The Port Fairy Hospital launched a major appeal to raise $500,000 towards a new 30-bed nursing home. Appeal management committee members included Colin Robertson, Wayne Krause, John Grace, Don Bartlett David McLean, Peter Finningan, Geoff Youl, Russell Clark, John Ardlie, Dawn Lane, Paul Sheehan, Jim Rendell, Noel Adamson and Gavin Butler.
The Port Fairy Community Group was granted permission by the Borough of Port Fairy to hold it's monthly market at Fisherman's Walk. The market was previously held at the Sea Scout Hall.
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Port Fairy's Hampden league season came to an end when the Seagulls lost the first-semi final to Terang by 18 points. The loss came despite a four-goal haul from Jamie Squires.