VETERAN Standard scribe Andrew Thomson once again brings plenty of news to the table for this weeks edition of T&T.
Thomo has all the gossip about the smoking ceremony down at the Warrnambool City Council and other bits of interest relating to City Hall.
His mate Tim Auld just sits there trying to look smart - all to no avail.
Auldy mentions the passing of two well known south-west identities John McGrath and Bernie Dowling.
Mr McGrath in his role as a politician, and after retiring from politics he worked tirelessly for people and the community.
Mr Dowling was heavily involved in Hampden league footy and education across the Western District for many years.
Hope you enjoy this weeks edition.
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- Deakin University receives $7m for Hycel Technology Hub
- DELWP considering alternatives to Port Fairy East Beach rock wall, despite Moyne Shire buying rocks
- What's On guide for Warrnambool and the south-west
- Hampden league round 10 teams: Jason Rowan returns, NAB League players boost sides
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