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Coleraine National Hotel owner on TV food show 
AMONG the numerous enterprises of Coleraine couple, Julie and Paul Kos who have successfully patented smoked eggs, one half of the team, can now add television star to their résumé.
JULIE Kos of Coleraine recently made her television debut appearing on the currently popular Channel 9 show, Food Stars, starring Gordon Ramsay and Janine Allis. Pictured are the Food Stars participants including Coleraine’s Julie Kos (standing, second from the right). Photo: SUPPLIED.

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A look back at previous editions of the paper 50 and 25 years ago
A look back at previous editions of the paper 50 and 25 years ago
Thursday, April 25
A group of keen women were delighted to attend a free exercise rehabilitation class on Tuesday morning as part of This Girl Can week.
YOUNG farmers in western Victoria are encouraged to register for Agriculture Victoria’s free ‘Cultivating Futures in Farming’ Mentor Program.

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THE region is gearing up for a busy period of racing coming up. Photo: SUPPLIED.
THE month of May is best known in racing for the Warrnambool carnival, which sees many from across the country make their annual pilgrimage down to the coast for the three-day carnival, and this year won’t be any different, although day one this year is April 30.
THE Hamilton Kangaroos’ Western Victoria Female Football League senior women’s flag defence got off to the perfect start, with the Roos defeating the Darras by 122 points at Tyrendarra last Sunday.
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WESTVIC Dairy hosted a ‘From Idea to Innovation’ forum on the February21, held at Deakin University in Warrnambool.
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A look back at previous editions of the paper 50 and 25 years ago
A look back at previous editions of the paper 50 and 25 years ago
REIGNITING the ANZAC Day spirit after four years will be the Penshurst community, who has invited all to come and their pay respects at the dawn service next Thursday, 6.00am (silent reflections from 5.45am) at the Penshurst Cenotaph.
PERSONAL trainer Carrie Templeton (from left) had a fun with her class that included (from left) Jess Moore, Dot Williams, Rosemary Mibus, Shirley Jennings, and Sandra Free.
A group of keen women were delighted to attend a free exercise rehabilitation class on Tuesday morning as part of This Girl Can week.
YOUTH HQ is set to get a bit busier with Hands Up Casterton community engagement officer, Kane Forbes, confirming the opening hours going forward.
GEORGINA Gubbins’ resume gives the impression of a high-flying corporate executive, but the reality of the newly-inducted Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) recipient in the General Division at this year’s Australia Day Awards, could not be further from that picture and her story is truly inspirational.
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