Rachael Houlihan, The Standard

Rachael Houlihan

The Standard

Warrnambool, VIC, Australia

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Past articles by Rachael:

Warrnambool's Lyndoch Living sanctioned over non compliance at Terang's May Noonan Centre

Lyndoch Living sanctioned and ordered to appoint an adviser. → Read More

Warrnambool councillor Ben Blain sticks by comments about budget cuts

A Warrnambool councillor is sticking by comments he made about the council dropping its contribution to aged and... → Read More

Councillor Ben Blain raises concerns about staff training at city council

A Warrnambool City councillor fears budget cuts will lead to staff becoming stressed and burnt out. → Read More

Warrnambool City councillors pass $109.6 million budget at special meeting

Warrnambool City councillors pass the $109.6 million budget at Monday evening's special meeting. → Read More

Pictures from day three of Warrnambool's May Racing Carnival

Pictures from day three of Warrnambool's May Racing Carnival. → Read More

Paddock sells for more than $9000 an acre

A Southern Cross paddock has sold for more than $9000 an acre at auction. Brian O'Halloran and Co director and auctioneer Brian Hancock said Friday's auction... → Read More

Killarney paddock sells for more than $9000 an acre

A Killarney paddock has sold for more than $9000 an acre at auction. Brian O'Halloran and Co director and auctioneer Brian Hancock said Friday's auction nette... → Read More

Council seeks public opinion on pedestrian crossings, roundabouts

Warrnambool City Council is seeking public feedback on its controversial roundabouts and pedestrian crossings, more than three years after construction. → Read More

Two people die in car crash near Portland on Christmas Eve

Two people have died in a car crash near Portland on Christmas Eve. → Read More

Two people die in car crash near Portland on Christmas Eve

Two people have died in a car crash near Portland on Christmas Eve. → Read More

Road Trauma Support Services Victoria provides 'a way to make good out of something tragic'

With every road fatality there are broad and lasting impacts on the community. Road Trauma Support Services Victoria provides 'a way to make good out of something tragic' → Read More

Road Trauma Support Services Victoria provides 'a way to make good out of something tragic'

With every road fatality there are broad and lasting impacts on the community. Road Trauma Support Services Victoria provides 'a way to make good out of something tragic' → Read More

Road toll impacts Victoria's west hardest in 2019

It's rural communities which have been hit hardest by deaths on our roads. → Read More

'Evil super coach' Catholic Brother had player welfare role at Collingwood

Christian Brothers College sports coach to plead guilty to evil sex offences had player welfare role at Collingwood Football Club. → Read More

Wannon booths in Ballarat stick to Labor but Teehan wins easily

Wannon MP Dan Tehan enjoyed a boost to his margin on Saturday night, making the already safe seat safer. → Read More

Western Australia's Brett Hansen is a stand out in a resplendent golden jacket

Western Australia's Brett Hansen is a stand out in a resplendent golden jacket. → Read More

Behind the Barriers is a mental healthcare foundation specific to the thoroughbred industry.

Behind the Barriers is a mental healthcare foundation specific to the thoroughbred industry. → Read More

Belfast Coastal Reserve Action Group will continue to fight against allowing racehorses on beaches

Beach-lovers and environmentalists are not backing down in their bid to keep racehorses off beaches. → Read More

Petanque court opens on Pertobe Road in Warrnambool

Head on down to Lake Pertobe for a game of pentaque this summer. → Read More

Moyne Shire says State Government needs to enforce power companies to abide by regulations

Moyne Shire to advocate for power companies to be made more accountable for maintaining their distribution networks in a safe state. → Read More