This week on The Booletin and Beyond; Kimberley Price, Katrina Lovell, Jackson Graham and Brian Allen bring you all the news from across the south-west.
Warrnambool City Council's election results were revealed on Tuesday morning and made history with clean sweep of new faces as five former councillors fail to regain a place on new Warrnambool council. This prompted the discussion to consider increasing councillor numbers to nine and reintroduce wards.
It seems the region has been served another economic blow after Chinese customs authorities stopped accepting logs from Victoria.
Warrnambool motels have been holding homeless people through pandemic but as tourism resumes there's questions about where people will go.
South-west athletes are preparing to compete in a new-look schedule of events to align with coronavirus restrictions.
And Brierly Christ-Church's Mark Murphy has done his PCL and could be out for four to six weeks.
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