This week on The Booletin and Beyond; Kimberley Price, Jackson Graham and Nick Ansell bring you all the news from across the south-west.
Premier Daniel Andrews said from 11.59pm Friday, Victorian coronavirus restrictions will revert to the "COVID-Safe summer settings", which includes increased gathering limits, masks in high-risk settings only and 75 per cent of office workers return.
South West Healthcare announced it would open a coronavirus vaccination centre at the former Sam's Warehouse premises on Merri Street, where around 40,000 local people will be vaccinated in the next 12 months.
Warrnambool schools have welcomed an influx of tutors to help combat the learning gaps that appeared throughout the coronavirus pandemic due to remote learning.
Cricket finals are heating up and there's a few possible scenarios for the reigning premiers and current second-placed team Brierly-Christ Church.
Practice matches are underway in the football world ahead of the 2021 season. This week Russells Creek took on Warrnambool and Portland went head-to-head with Koroit.
And James McFadden won't be appearing at Saturday night's Sprintcar Showdown, though there is a massive field set for the Speedway event.
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