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Throwback Thursday – June 30, 2006 | photos

Throwback Thursday – June 30, 2006 | photos Hawkesdale VFF branch president Roger Learmonth, Hawkesdale VFF branch secretary Russell Selway, Terang dairy farmer John McConnell Allansford dairy farmer Bob McCluggage speak to Federal Agriculture Minister Peter McGauran at Cheeseworld at Allansford.
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Paris Clifford, 2, of Warrnambool at Fun4Kids.

Darren Wood, 32, of Warrnambool (middle) pictured with his family – brother-in-law Damian Osborne, sister Michelle Osborne, brothers Steven and Tony Wood, mother Val Wood, father Jim Wood and Steven’s girlfriend Stacy Payne.

Tom Scanlon of Winslow is excited about Australia drawing with Croatia in the World Cup.

Warrnambool football umpires Leigh McNaughton, 22, and Travis Monk, 12. Leigh will umpire his 200th game this weekend; Travis his 100th.

Greg Anders, Moyne Shire environment and planning director, looking at sand dunes along East Beach at Port Fairy that are undercut, dangerous and unstable.

Miura Sister City Association past president David McKenzie and secretary John O’Brien pictured looking at a Japanese garden plan brochure for Warrnambool.

The next World Cup soccer match is between Australia and Italy. Mario Materia is barracking for Australia and Frank Logiusto will barrack for Italy.

Glad Scanlan, Thelma Harlock and Doss Quinn at Lyndoch.

Scott Parsons of Warrnambool teeing off during the Junior Golf Championships at Warrnambool Golf Club.

Richard Ridgwell, 59, of Warrnambool has retired as Warrnambool and district Association general manager.

Warrnambool Seahawk Shane Smith against Latrobe City Pacers.

Port Fairy residents stand on the land they want developed into a playground for children. Pictured are Jem Peterson, 9, Justin Matthews, 9, Brayden Hedger, 10, Kane Mercovich, 8, Jade Mercovich, 5, Ian Gibb, 13, Sarah Matthews, 10, Blake Peterson, 6, Elishia Bankier, 9, Paige Mercovich, 10 with (background) Sandra Carter, Mary Gibb, Deanna Bankier and Kristal Wilson.

Diane Wright of Camperdown is complaining that the council has done nothing to rehabilitate the old Camperdown tip that backs onto her farm and near the family home.

Essendon player Scott Lucas speaks at a wellbeing forum in Warrnambool.

Essendon player Matthew Lloyd takes a junior footy clinic in Warrnambool.

Barry Hayden, marine planner with Parks Victoria, sitting in front of part of the Merri Marine sanctuary in Warrnambool. Barry hopes the old aquarium site at the breakwater could be changed into a outdoor classroom to better educate the public about the sanctuary.

Katrina Perroud, acting director of nursing, and Rhys Boyle, chief executive, at Lyndoch.

Two of the founding members of the Lions Club of Warrnambool, Bill Clancey and Jack Morse, look at the club’s foundation night photo from 40 years ago.

Ben Makepeace, junior member, and David Amess, captain, of Caramut Golf Club.

Veteran grader operator Arthur Cook at Penshurst.

Federal Agriculture Minister Peter McGauran and Wannon MP David Hawker at Cheeseworld.

John Robinson and Commander Dennis P. Henry, counter terrorism coordination and emergency management department, conduct an exercise at Warrnambool airport.

Italian Soccer fan Marc Ciavarella, 20, pictured on his Banyan street home’s roof, with Italian flag proudly stuck in the chimney, after staying up to watch the match between Australia and Italy in the World Cup.

Warrnambool councillor Andrew Fawcett, pictured on parkland overlooking the Hopkins River, next to Point Ritchie Road. He is kicking up dead grass caused by hoons in cars doing circle work on the grassed area.

Electrician Lyndon Edney won the Boxing Victoria light heavy weight state title.

Warrnambool Mermaid Jessica Crawley against Blackburn Vikings.

Zahra Abela, 3, of Werribee, with shearer Mick Moroney of Hawkesdale at Fun4Kids.

Warrnambool accordion player Wilhemus van der Mark at one of his favourite Liebig Street busking locations.

Warrnambool Police Divisional Superintendent Gordon McLeod is retiring. He is pictured beside his own picture with other former Divisional Superintendents before him.

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