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Katrina Lovell

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Recent articles by Katrina:

Warrnambool beachgoers to get new changerooms and showers along Pertobe Road

New showers and toilets are on the way along Pertobe Road. → Read More

Country club-style retirement village with golf course in Warrnambool fails to win councillor support

A retirement village with golf course failed to get support at council. → Read More

Terang passengers want to see a snack car included on the new VLocity trains

Passengers lobby for snack car on trains. → Read More

Councillors back plan to try and stop Warrnambool museum 'bleeding money'

Flagstaff Hill is set to be reimagined under a business case endorsed by councillors. → Read More

Housing solutions in the pipeline for Warrnambool and south-west region

Affordable housing solutions are being worked on by private businesses. → Read More

Cobden woman's treasured family heirloom a rare link to royal history

Cobden woman Isobel Bond treasures her piece of royal history. → Read More

When to switch portraits of the Queen for the King? A right royal dilemma for Cobden town hall

Committees overseeing town halls and public buildings are wondering when to hang portraits of King Charles. → Read More

Midfield Meat still awaiting approval of worker village plan for Warrnambool

Midfield Meat has plans for a worker village near its plant in Merrivale. → Read More

Wannon Water's $1.4m floating solar array in Warrnambool to become largest in Australia

Wannon Water board chair Jacinta Emercora and Minister for Water Harriet Shing at the new $1.4 million floating solar array. Australia's largest floating solar array is being installed in Warrnambool under a $1.4 million Wannon Water plan to save money on its power bills and lower emissions. Katrina Lovell is a senior journalist at The Standard who covers council news and human interest stories. → Read More

$2.35m new housing business in Portland to create 50 jobs

A new housing manufacturing business will be set up in Portland. → Read More

More than 5000 sign petition opposing any Warrnambool Art Gallery at Cannon Hill

A petition opposing Cannon Hill as a site for a potential new art gallery has been handed to... → Read More

Work on new Terang battery storage facility set to start next year

A $125m battery at Terang will be operational by 2024. → Read More

Flying Horse new owners say revamp will make Warrnambool venue 'next level'

The Flying Horse has new owners and they have big plans to revamp the venue. → Read More

Corangamite road resealing scaled back as price of bitumen soars 32 per cent prompting rate cap concern

The cost of inflation is starting to bite rural councils. → Read More

Corangamite road resealing scaled-back as price of bitumen soars 32 per cent prompting rate cap concern

The cost of inflation is starting to bite rural councils. → Read More

$7m boost for $125m new Terang battery project

A new battery facility in Terang will create 50 construction jobs, and five permanent jobs. → Read More

Bumper crowds at Warrnambool Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum over long weekend

The extra long weekend has broken records at tourism icon. → Read More

Less people out of work as the Warrnambool region's joblessness rate stays low

Less people are out of work in the Warrnambool region. → Read More

New Warrnambool restaurant on the menu with a touch of history and modern twist

Nicole and Hugh Goldson with their children Matilda, 4 and Edie, 2, will soon open their Lot 17 restaurant on Timor Street. Picture by Chris Doheny A new restaurant that will soon open in Warrnambool will mix a bit of the city's history with modern cuisine in a "shared dining" experience. Katrina Lovell is a senior journalist at The Standard who covers council news and human interest stories. → Read More

New plan unveiled to make Albert Park in Warrnambool greener

Almost 100,000 shrubs and trees would be planted under a revegetation plan for Albert Park. → Read More