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William Huynh

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Past:
  • Canberra Times
  • Newcastle Herald

Recent articles by William:

South-west Replenish Our Planet Association to look at post-solar payback future at Koroit solar seminar

The forum comes as Victoria's solar feed-in tariff program nears its end in 2024. → Read More

Warrnambool's WDEA Works credits 2022 Australian Business Award to company's inclusivity

The disability employment organisation was praised for its diverse workplace culture and commitment to Indigenous reconciliation. → Read More

Fuel excise cut end causes panic buy worry for Warrnambool service station

Warrnambool's APCO station urged customers to fill up well ahead of September 28 to avoid supply issues. → Read More

South-west disability employment and tourism groups praise federal government pilot to tackle labour shortage

$3.3 million will be invested to help regional tourism businesses employ staff with disability. → Read More

Local buyers defy cold spring morning to contest the south-west's weekend auctions

Real estate agents say auction interest has remained high and expect a busy spring-selling period. → Read More

Near multi-million dollar seafront Allansford site passed in at auction

The 67-acre stretch of land along the south-west coast drew interest from parties across the country. → Read More

South-west leaders Gareth Colliton and Paul Lougheed celebrate Leadership Great South Coast 10-year milestone

The region's community leaders lauded the program's transformative effect on their careers. → Read More

Brauer College and Emmanuel College staff not 'overly concerned' about Australian teenage maths skills decline

The region's schools are instead prioritising new ways to attract more students to maths subjects. → Read More

Warrnambool's Southern Stay and Bethany Community Support welcome Victorian Government's social services jobs guarantee program but have other concerns

South-west support services have flagged other workforce concerns the state scheme could address. → Read More

South West District and Western Victoria state election candidates join chorus of calls for campaign spending caps

South West District independent candidates Carol Altmann, left, and Michael McCluskey, middle, and Western Victoria upper house candidate Sarah Mansfield have backed calls to have laws which cap election campaign spending. The region's minor party and independent state election candidates have joined a chorus of calls for a cap on campaign spending. → Read More

South West District and Western Victoria state election candidates join chorus of calls for campaign spending caps

South West District independent candidates Carol Altmann, left, and Michael McCluskey, middle, and Western Victoria upper house candidate Sarah Mansfield have backed calls to have laws which cap election campaign spending. The region's minor party and independent state election candidates have joined a chorus of calls for a cap on campaign spending. → Read More

Western Victoria Greens candidate and GP Sarah Mansfield to campaign on health and climate action in state election

The upper house Greens candidate will be taking leave as a Greater Geelong City councillor. → Read More

South-west towns set to see Lowan candidates Emma Kealy and Amanda Mead campaign for their state election vote

The south-west towns will be taken in by a seat held with a 20.9 per cent margin. → Read More

Teachers and unions voice their reform demands ahead of National Teacher Workforce Action Plan release

REFORM: Emmanuel College principal Allister Rouse joined the chorus of teachers and education leaders, unions and ministers calling for teacher training reforms to tackle staff shortages. Picture: Anthony Brady Placing student teachers in the classroom from the first day of their degree is just one idea backed by a Warrnambool principal in a bid to address workforce shortages. → Read More

Hawkesdale cow breeder Dylan Jewell wins National Herd Improvement Association young achiever award

Mr Jewell hopes the award signals growing investment and support for young herd improvement industry workers. → Read More

Hawkesdale cow breeder Dylan Jewell wins National Herd Improvement Association young achiever award

Mr Jewell hopes the award signals growing investment and support for young herd improvement industry workers. → Read More

Warrnambool born and bred Megan Lane takes tilt at Victorian upper house in state election as an independent

The Western Victoria candidate is hoping to mirror the community independents' success at May's federal election. → Read More

Victoria state government announces funding for Southern Grampians Shire Council's Moments That Matter bushfire risk reduction program

The council's bushfire preparation program seeks to empower residents to take charge of their own emergency planning. → Read More

Warrnambool Bethany Community Support centre partnership with Victoria Legal Aid boosts family violence support

Those in the region affected by family violence will receive services including specialist lawyers and social support. → Read More

Victoria Electoral Commission tips marginal vote swing gain for South-West Coast MP Roma Britnell

The electorate is forecast to swing further in Liberals favour, but the party might end up losing more... → Read More