This week on The Booletin and Beyond; Kimberley Price, Monique Patterson and Sean Hardeman bring you all the news from across the south-west.
The team talks you through an environmental groups outcry for bigger bins at The Breakwater, what people are having to do for their L-Plates and the future of Target..
In sport, we discuss how football and netball training is back on and what preparations Olympian Melissa Tapper is making for Tokyo.
We also shine a light on the regions dedicated volunteers for National Volunteers Week.
- Tuna fishermen leave mess, environment group calls for bigger and better bins
- Winslow learner driver forced to travel to take licence test
- Warrnambool's Target store future in limbo
- Melissa Tapper using delay to improve ahead of 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games
- National Volunteer Week sees community-orientated south-west residents thanked
- Jo McDowell opens up on why she helps out Warrnambool Surf Lifesaving Club
- Warrnambool Basketball's Jenna Osborne opens up about her involvement in the association
- Donna Conheady opens up about her time as a volunteer across the region
- Natasha Cummings opens up about why she volunteers at Warrnambool Wolves
- Phillipa Hodgens opens up about her time volunteering at Port Fairy Cricket Club
- Woodford dairy farmer loves volunteering once a week at Warrnambool aged care facility
- South West Healthcare celebrates the tireless efforts of volunteers amid coronavirus pandemic
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