This week's episode between Rachael Houlihan and Tim Auld revolves around the return of our local footy.
Footy is back to the joy of footballers, netballers, fans and the staff of the Warrnambool Standard. Koroit play South Warrnambool while Merrivale lines up against Old Collegians on Good Friday.
Rachael, who is the deputy editor of the Warrnambool Standard has plenty of news for the viewers talking about the new Warrnambool Cemetery and how the Timor Street shop fronts from Liebig Street to Kepler Street can get a much needed spruce up.
Finally, we must acknowledge the technical assistance from Kimberley Price.
Hope you enjoy this week's viewing and stay safe over the busy hectic period.
- Warrnambool residents urged to be vigilant to avoid house fires, with 11 in a six month period
- Warrnambool Primary School principal Peter Auchettl retires
- Wind farm funds could be pooled for bigger projects under new initiative
- Warrnambool, Port Fairy's tourism providers are busy and booked-out over Easter
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