Jackson Graham, The Standard

Jackson Graham

The Standard

Warrnambool, VIC, Australia

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Past articles by Jackson:

VLocity trains won't run faster than Warrnambool's current ageing fleet

It's still unclear when they will run faster than the current ageing fleet. → Read More

Warrnambool Merri River school principal Robert Dowell retires after 46 years in education

FINAL BELL: Warrnambool Merri River principal Robert Dowell retired after 29 years at the school on Friday. Picture: Anthony Brady A love of teaching in regional areas and life experience of family with disability led Warrnambool's Merri River principal Robert Dowell to find the right job. → Read More

Warrnambool girl Naomi Philpot's art full of hope and joy shines bright during brain cancer treatment

Naomi Philpot recently underwent her seventh brain surgery. → Read More

Sam Steel transitions into management role at Port Fairy's Bamstone

Victoria would look very different if it wasn't for the dark stone that paves many of its lanes, streets and new and old buildings. And that bluestone continu... → Read More

Next stage of Warrnambool line upgrades set to start this year

A much-awaited upgrade to the Warrnambool train line will commence by the end of the year, the federal and state governments have jointly announced. The proj... → Read More

More than 800 people respond to Moyne's dog and scooter ban proposed for Port Fairy

More than 800 people respond to Moyne's dog and scooter ban. → Read More

Real estate movement as interest spikes for big land parcels in Warrnambool's north-east

A Warrnambool developer is selling a big parcel of land at the city's north-east fringe amid a flurry of real estate activity where the East of Aberline preci... → Read More

Moyne Shire's wages climb nearly $2m during COVID-19 crisis

A state stimulus handout employed 12 new Moyne staff. → Read More

Moyne and Warrnambool showing healthy financial results despite pandemic

South-west councils are recording better-than-expected yearly results. → Read More

Wind farm yet to generate power not paying rates to Moyne Shire Council

There are different rating agreements for wind farms than for other shire ratepayers. → Read More

Brauer College year 12 students take to their gardens as they return from remote learning

GROWTH: Brauer College students Kayla Neave and Macie Taylor with plants they received from their first day back at school following three weeks of remote learning. Picture: Anthony Brady The gardens in homes of year 12 students at Brauer College are sprouting new life after students took leave from screens, books and practice exams. → Read More

Driver unharmed after ute ploughs into sandstone wall in Warrnambool

The single-vehicle crash happened in Warrnambool late last month. → Read More

Woman with life-threatening injuries flown to hospital after collision near Garvoc on Friday

Woman with life-threatening injuries flown to hospital after collision near Garvoc on Friday. → Read More

Climate protestors rally outside Wannon MP Dan Tehan's Warrnambool office over trade deal

The protestors were angered by the Australia-UK fair trade deal. → Read More

Patrols of public transport and roads to protect 'hard-won freedoms' in regional Victoria

Police and public transport officers will have an increased presence this weekend to stop Melburnians travelling into regional Victorian and possibly spreadin... → Read More

Moyne Shire Council plans to rezone farmland near Warrnambool and Port Fairy

The land is surrounding Warrnambool and Port Fairy. → Read More

Woman with life-threatening injuries flown to hospital after collision near Garvoc

Police are enforcing road closures on the Princes Highway. → Read More

Air ambulance responding to two-vehicle collision near Garvoc

Police are enforcing road closures on the Princes Highway. → Read More

Moyne Shire says it could help resettle refugees from Afghanistan

With workforces shortages and a dire situation in Afghanistan Moyne Shire is willing to help. → Read More

South-west senior students head back to classrooms for final stint before exams

FINAL STRETCH: Brauer College year 12 student Hana Price and year 11 student Jacob Price are thrilled to be heading back to the classroom tomorrow as COVID-19 restrictions allow some year levels to return. Picture: Morgan Hancock Older students on the home straight to their final school exams are eager to see their classmates as health authorities send them back to classrooms while regional… → Read More