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Sean Hardeman

The Standard

Melbourne, VIC, Australia

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Past articles by Sean:

Nathan Sobey's family proud of his part in historic Olympic moment

The Sobey family is full of pride and joy after Nathan secured a bronze medal. → Read More

Port Fairy Surf Lifesaving Club will never be the same thanks to Ian Powell

In over a decade-and-a-half as president Ian Powell has ensured Port Fairy Surf Lifesaving Club, one of the town's biggest organisations, has a bright future serving the community. Sean Hardeman reports. → Read More

New Warrnambool Surf Lifesaving Club president pushing for facility upgrades

HONOURED: New Warrnambool Surf Lifesaving Club president John McNeil (middle) with the club's newest life members Kristie Chiller (left) and Martin O'Brien (right). Picture: Anthony Brady NEW president John McNeil hopes he can deliver upgrades to the Warrnambool Surf Lifesaving Club and the foreshore in his time in the role. → Read More

Five new cases found from more than 56,000 coronavirus tests

State sets new records for testing and vaccines administrated. → Read More

Warrnambool's first Local Drug Action Team receives funding

Warrnambool LDAT one of more than 40 new partnerships across Australia. → Read More

1 in 6 teenagers not meeting recommended physical activity guidelines

An Australian charity is calling for increased support for young Australians to get active after new data revealed secondary school children aren't meeting physical activity requirements. → Read More

Warrnambool gyms react to lockdown-enforced closures

Gyms across Warrnambool are waiting to get members back. → Read More

Ray White Warrnambool reschedules, postpones three auctions

Three properties to go under the hammer have been rescheduled. → Read More

South-west teams prepare to tackle 34th Murray to Moyne

BACK ON THE BIKE: Eleven south-west teams are taking part in the Murray to Moyne. Picture: Chris Doheny ELEVEN south-west teams will click into their bikes and ride the 520 kilometres from the Murray River to the Moyne River for the annual Murray to Moyne. → Read More

Rodney Eade passes on advice to Warrnambool dads improve in fatherhood

HELPING OUT: Former AFL coach Rodney Eade was in Warrnambool with the Fathering Project. Picture: Sean Hardeman FORMER AFL coach Rodney Eade hopes the tips he and the Fathering Project passed on will help Warrnambool fathers be the best dads they can be to their children. → Read More

Woody's Murray to Moyne prepares to host 34th edition

BACK: The Murray to Moyne will run its 34th edition in 2021. ORGANISERS of the Woody's Murray to Moyne are committed to running the 34th edition of the popular charity ride after it was cancelled in 2020. → Read More

Day three, race six: Patience pays off for Break and Enter's connections

TWO: Matt Williams celebrates Break And Enter's victory in race six. Picture: Morgan Hancock BREAK And Enter's owners are starting to see the results of their patience as the five-year-old saluted for the fifth time in 19 starts. → Read More

Kings Brook breaks seven-year drought at the 'Bool for David Brideoake

Kings Brook breaks seven-year drought for David Brideoake. → Read More

Chequered Flag gets Ciaron Maher's day off to perfect start

Maher collects first victory of day three of the May Racing Carnival → Read More

Ballarat's John Allen scores his fourth Galleywood Hurdle victory

John Allen secures fourth victory in prestigious hurdle. → Read More

Matthew Williams becomes the eighth south-west trainer to salute at Carnival

Matthew Williams-trained runner Harbour Views salutes in race three. → Read More

Patrick Ryan-trained Boogie Woogie opens May Carnival second day with a win

HAPPY SON: Patrick Ryan (middle) holds up his son Owen, 4, after Boogie Woogie saluted in race one. Picture: Natasha Morello/Racing Photos WHEN PATRICK Ryan wins a race the people who are the most excited to see a horse trained by him salute is his two sons. → Read More

Bit Of A Lad's connections pay homage to suspended trainer Darren Weir

GROUP CELEBRATIONS: Connections of Bit Of A Lad show their happiness after he won in the Brierly Steeplechase. Picture: Morgan Hancock BIT OF A Lad's south-west connections will be celebrating his drama-filled victory in the Brierly Steeplechase with their thoughts drifting towards the jumper's former trainer Darren Weir. → Read More

Gai Waterhouse backs more owners to descend on May Racing Carnival

Gai Waterhouse believes more owners will descend on May Racing Carnival in the future. → Read More

What it’s like to race a 900 horsepower, 600 kg beast

Dissecting the intricacies of a 900 horsepower and 600-kilogram beast. → Read More