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  • City of Warrnambool Eisteddfod dance competition

    Tayla Bell dancing in the 8 years and under category. Picture: Morgan Hancock THE popularity of dance continues to soar with big numbers taking part in the City of Warrnambool Eisteddfod dance competition. LIGHT ON HER FEET: Bethany Dyson from St Helens dancing in the 8 years and under … Read more

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  • Be sure to claim property depreciation this financial year

    Property depreciation deductions can make a significant difference to any investment property owner’s cash flow. Despite this, of all the deductions available to be claimed by investors, depreciation is the most often missed. Every property investor can benefit from learning more about depreciation and discovering the process involved in finding … Read more

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  • Signs of a damaged property

    Buying an investment property can be daunting, especially if you end up with a lemon. There stories of property damage costing in the thousands and some raise red flags more than others. So before you sign on the dotted line, conduct a thorough inspection and keep a look out for … Read more

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  • Enclosed children’s playground, barbecue at Gateway church open to public

    It’s taken six-months to build but a community playground and barbecue in East Warrnambool is finally ready to bring some fun for kids. The enclosed children’s playground and public barbecue facilities on Raglan Parade was constructed as part of the Gateway Church-run Work-for-the-Dole project. While the playground has been built on … Read more

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  • Several confirmed whale sightings as watchers await the birth of first calf

    They’re here: There have been several confirmed whale sightings in the region. Picture: Rob Gunstone The whale season has officially begun with several confirmed whale sightings in the past few weeks. Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) regional manager of natural environment programs Peter Lawson said the whales had … Read more

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  • Lifesaving prostate cancer detector on the way to South West Healthcare after huge community campaign

    Warrnambool’s cancer treatment services will soon rival the best in the nation thanks to a huge outpouring of community generosity. Lifesaving equipment to help detect prostate cancer – one of only two in the nation – will arrive ahead of schedule thanks to a mammoth region-wide fund-raising campaign. South West Healthcare’s Prostate Cancer Detector Appeal … Read more

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  • Mailors Flat set to host Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea event May 25.

    Biggest Morning Tea The Mailors Flat Hall committee are inviting the community to share a cuppa for cancer on Friday. The Biggest Morning Tea event is the group’s largest annual fundraiser, with organisers adding a twist to this year’s event. “We’ll be charging a $5 entry fee this year,” Debbie Sicely … Read more

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