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The Stawell Times-News - ‎12 hours ago‎
The proposed redevelopment of the site, located at 42 Sloane Street, will result in an integrated community based facility for Stawell Neighbourhood House, Stawell Gymnastics Club, Stawell Model Railway Society, Central Grampians Local Learning and ...

Community throws its support behind Hospital Auxiliary

The Stawell Times-News - ‎16 hours ago‎
The Auxiliary's constitution states in its Mission Statement that 'The primary aim of the organisation shall be: (a) to promote the welfare of Stawell Regional Health (b) to assist Board of Management in providing necessary supplies and equipment to ...

Fyans fish swim in numbers

The Stawell Times-News - ‎14 hours ago‎
Stawell anglers made the most of the near perfect angling conditions and an increase in fish. There were 34 redfin and two rainbow trout caught in the Sertori and Co sponsored run.

Stawell Gold Mine dust tests reveal elevated arsenic levels but other contaminant levels lower

ABC Online - ‎May 23, 2016‎
Victoria's mining regulator says elevated levels of arsenic have been detected in dust samples that blew offsite from the Stawell Gold Mine. However, it said other contaminants were well below national standards. Stawell residents complained to Earth ...

Stawell College hosts multicultural day

The Stawell Times-News - ‎May 22, 2016‎
STAWELL students travelled to different countries as part of a multicultural day. Stawell College principal Nick Lynch said each home group had a choose a country.

Support for Hospital Auxiliary fundraiser

The Stawell Times-News - ‎May 23, 2016‎
The Stawell Hospital Auxiliary's constitution states in its Mission Statement that 'The Primary aim of the organisation shall be: (a) to promote the welfare of Stawell Regional Health (b) to assist Board of Management in providing necessary supplies ...

College students offer tech advice

The Stawell Times-News - ‎May 22, 2016‎
Stawell Library will celebrate Library and Information Week from May 23 to 29. The week aims to raise the profile of libraries, showcasing the many and varied resources and services that libraries provide to the community.

Pop up shop making old items new again

The Stawell Times-News - ‎May 23, 2016‎
People from Stawell and surrounds have another shopping experience to try with the Pop Up Vintage and Good Quality Shop held monthly at the Uniting Church in Stawell. The new pop up shop has been well received by residents in the area. “It's different ...

Loss inspires win in 25th anniversary

The Stawell Times-News - ‎May 23, 2016‎
In the 25th running of the Stawell Great Western Anniversary race, the local club combined with the South West Clubs to make it a stage of their series.

Warren ahead of pack

The Stawell Times-News - ‎May 22, 2016‎
Stawell Amateur Athletic Club champion Nathaniel Warren is on track for a tilt at a three-hour Adelaide Marathon in August after his barnstorming finish to snatch victory in the five-kilometre Axis Employment Handicap at Stawell on Saturday. Warren was ...
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Biggest morning tea at the Powerhouse

The Stawell Times-News - ‎May 22, 2016‎
STAWELL'S Powerhouse building will host the Pinnacle Biggest Morning Tea on Tuesday. The event is a key fundraiser for the Cancer Council.

Small Business Bus brings advice to the Wimmera

The Stawell Times-News - ‎May 23, 2016‎
What's happening in Stawell. For sale: 3-seater lounge. I'm selling my black leather 3-seater lounge. I've ordered a new one and need to... Help with rat infestation. I can hear rats in my roof. The rattling only starts at night. What is the best ...
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WIN says local news safe after Ten deal

The Stawell Times-News - ‎May 22, 2016‎
Weather. Your 4-day local weather forecast · The Stawell Times-News. Tuesday May 24, 2016. News. Larger / SmallerNight Mode.

Wimmera women aim for drug-free region | Video

The Stawell Times-News - ‎May 24, 2016‎
Josephine said she and Amanda had distributed information to police at Halls Gap, Stawell and Horsham about their program. “We visited every shop in Halls Gap and they each agreed to take 20 booklets about drugs and help distribute them,” she said.

Security boost for victims

The Stawell Times-News - ‎May 22, 2016‎
Women's Health Grampians Chief executive Marianne Hendron lauded the move. She said victims of family violence seeking support from the justice system in rural areas deserved the same protection as those in metropolitan areas.

Driving program needs community's help

The Stawell Times-News - ‎May 23, 2016‎
L2P Coordinators Sarah Garton and Angela Erwin will be in Shop 108 in Stawell's Main Street on Thursday 2nd June from 9.30am until 1.00pm.

Joiner is three from three

The Stawell Times-News - ‎May 22, 2016‎
Stawell product Jeremy “The Answer” Joiner remains undefeated following his third Mixed Martial Arts bout in Hobart. Joiner was able to keep is perfect record in tact as he improved to 3-0.
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Wimmera takes on Sunraysia | PHOTOS, VIDEO

The Stawell Times-News - ‎May 22, 2016‎
Weather · Your 4-day local weather forecast · The Stawell Times-News. Monday May 23, 2016. Sport · Local Sport.

Cyclists to roll into region

The Stawell Times-News - ‎14 hours ago‎
Popular. Horsham takes on Maryborough Castlemaine | PHOTOS · HDFNL, WFL, WNA scores and action | PHOTOS · Little Desert secondary swimming competition | PHOTOS · Stawell crowned Grampians bowls premiers · Blights on show with Clydesdale ...

Grampians Giants record historic win

The Stawell Times-News - ‎May 23, 2016‎
It was an historic win for Grampians Giants. The side was launched in June 2015, and joined the south-west conference in 2016. Players travel from Stawell, Ararat, plus surrounding districts including Lake Bolac, Navarre and Willaura, to line up for ...
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