This week on The Booletin and Beyond; Kimberley Price, Monique Patterson and Brian Allen bring you all the news from across the south-west.
A strong reading of coronavirus fragments in Colac wastewater is likely from a former positive patient who has returned home, health authorities say.
A Warrnambool man is desperate to return home from Thailand for Christmas with his son Ryan as coronavirus restrictions have made it impossible to travel all year.
People who camp in Warrnambool for longer than a week will be forced out for one night a week under strict cleaning protocols aimed at a COVID-safe summer.
The owner of Warrnambool cafe Mack's Snacks has been blown away by the support of locals this year. Di Coates said customers who usually dined in happily ordered takeaways and the cafe's Tuesday night roast was more popular than ever.
A Warrnambool family is celebrating an early Christmas miracle as their four-month-old son returned home from the Royal Children's Hospital in time for the festive season.
City Memorial Bowls Club is set to host the state's premier bowls event from January 10 to 15. The 2020 State Champions Weeks includes the Victorian championships, over 60s championships, under 18 championships and men's and women's novice singles finals.
Warrnambool Lawn Tennis Club is getting set to host a Victorian Seniors Tennis tournament; a round-robin event open to players aged 35 and over from December 11-13.
Killarney gun recruit Todd Doran says batting will be the focus as the Crabs aim for their third victory of the Grassmere Cricket Association season.
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