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  • Greater Green Triangle Clinical School Shines

    WARRNAMBOOL continues to be an appealing finishing school for new doctors. Deakin University’s Warrnambool-based Greater Green Triangle Clinical School will host 45 students this year. As rural and regional areas continue to struggle to attract doctors, the clinical school is producing high-achieving graduates. HIGH ACHIEVER: Greater Green Triangle Clinical School student … Read more

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  • Garvoc’s Virginia Moloney and West Australia’s Riley Cocks took out the Surf “T’ Surf 10-kilometre fun run in blistering times

    EARLY morning Warrnambool sunshine gave an extra boost to Sunday’s Surf ‘T’ Surf 10-kilometre winners Riley Cocks and Virginia Moloney, as the pair smashed personal bests and course records. Western Australia’s Cocks, 22, crossed the finish line in the men’s 10-kilometre run in 29 minutes and 52 seconds, an unofficial course record. Garvoc’s Commonwealth Games … Read more

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  • How the world celebrated on New Year’s Eve / photos

    Sydney has again turned on an astonishing New Year’s Eve fireworks display on the harbour. The city has once again outdone itself with another amazing fireworks display to ring in 2018 after a year that many were happy to leave behind. And Melbourne made sure, after a difficult 2017, that … Read more

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  • Support for youth

    Warrnambool City Council has welcomed funding from the Victorian Government of $115,000 for its Youth Engaged program. “Council thanks the Victorian Government for this funding over three years which provides young people with opportunities to develop their leadership, communication, advocacy and community development skills” Mayor Cr Robert Anderson said. The … Read more

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  • Council welcomes funding for Warrnambool SDS

    Funding to build a new Warrnambool Special Developmental School has been welcomed by Warrnambool City Council. “The school community and really the entire Warrnambool community have wanted this to happen,” Warrnambool Mayor Cr Robert Anderson said. “We acknowledge the tremendous news announced by Minister for Education James Merlino and Member … Read more

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  • Retaining and nurturing long term tenants within your properties

    The nature of renting is often transient, however a lower tenants turnover will mean lower costs. Retaining a current tenant is much less expensive than advertising, approving, and moving a new tenant in. It can also reduce the amount of time and money spent on cleanup and other superficial wear … Read more

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  • Tenant vs Landlord responsibilities

    Squabbling with your partner over whose turn it is to take out the garbage is one thing. But when it comes to Tenant vs Landlord responsibilities, unfortunately, things can be a little less cut and dry. In fact, one of the most common tribunal disputes is about responsibilities of both … Read more

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  • Meet the Maremma tours return

    The popular Meet the Maremma tours are back, with more tours to run than ever before. The sessions will be held twice a day from December 1 until April 15 and increase to three times a day during school holidays. A new format will see tours begin at the Pavilion … Read more

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