Stawell's breakfast scoop - May 8

WEATHER: Did anyone else wake up to a bit of a frost this morning? We certainly did! The bucket of water needed to come out just to get out of the driveway!

Today will be mostly sunny, with areas of morning frost. Expect light winds becoming northeasterly 15 to 20 km/h in the morning. 

TOP STORIES: 

- Stawell Steel Fabrications has moved to reassure customers it is open for business despite the telecommunications provider responsible for its phone and fax lines being placed into court ordered administration.

The Stawell based business was one of thousands of Conec2 customers Australia wide, that without warning, lost access to phone and fax services a week ago. 

Stawell Steel Fabrications can be contacted via mobile phone 0428 582 131.

- Police are appealing for witnesses after hoon drivers left their mark outside the Concongella Hall and Primary School.

Hoons have left their mark at Concongella. Picture: BEN KIMBER

Hoons have left their mark at Concongella. Picture: BEN KIMBER

The sustained act of hoon driving has left the Concongella road with scaring that strecthes for at least 500 metres. Contact Stawell police 5358 8222.

In April mother nature reminded us of just how changeable she is, Stawell said goodbye to April 2014  with its highest 24-hour soaking of rain for the year to date.

Small businesses in the Stawell area last night attended a Winning Government Business workshop, held at the Northern Grampians Shire Council, Town Hall. 

It is hoped the workshop provided the businesses with access to relevant, reliable and affordable information about winning government business. 

WHAT'S ON:

All netball and football players will take to the training track tonight ahead of this weekend's much anticipated clashes. See previews in tomorrow's edition of the Stawell Times-News. 

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