Stawell's breakfast scoop - May 6

The Stawell Times News' daily bite-size breakfast report intended to provide you with all you need to know as you wake to the day ahead.

WEATHER: Right now it's about 8 degrees but we can expect a top of around 13 degrees today.It will be partly cloudy today but no rain is forecast. There might be some patchy morning fog in the south. Winds will light but will pick-up in the middle of the day, before dying off later on.

TOP STORIES: 

Northern Grampians Shire Council has reaffirmed its commitment to do all it can to achieve funding for the Grampians Peaks Trail. The walking track will be a world class, long distance walking experience, showcasing the beauty and majesty of the Grampian’s natural and cultural landscapes.

The CKS Swifts will hit the training tack tonight, reflecting on their first loss of the Horsham District Football League 2014 season. The swifts were downed 9.7 (61) to 4.6 (30) by Laharum. 

Participants in Stawell's first ever Mother's Day Classic this Sunday are being reminded they only have one more day before online registrations close. Go to http://www.mothersdayclassic.com.au/event/vic/stawell-vic for details on how to become involved.

WHAT'S ON:

Police continue to saturate the roads as part of the “Road to Zero – it starts with you” campaign launched to encourage the community to take ownership of road trauma and work together to achieve a vision of zero deaths and zero serious injuries on Victorian roads. 

Police are inviting community members to lend support to the campaign by posting their ideas and sharing their stories through facebook and twitter by using the hashtag #roadtozero.

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