This week on The Booletin and Beyond; Kimberley Price and Sean Hardeman bring you all the news from across the south-west.
In this episode, the team discusses:
- Festival turns Koroit into a sea of green
- Put zebra crossing at revamped Banyan Street roundabout, former councillor pleads
- Remove pedestrian crossings in the CBD, say survey respondents
- One hour of free parking set to become a permanent thing in Warrnambool, but other fees to rise
- Peter Greig was the first Warrnambool rider home in the 105th Warrny
- Matilda Raynolds claims back-to-back women's Melbourne to Warrnambools
- Jamie Kah commits to 2021 Warrnambool May Racing Carnival
- AFL updates local footy concussion rules
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