Stawell's breakfast scoop - June 12

Weather: Cloudy. Areas of rain from the early morning. Winds north to northeasterly and light. Overnight temperatures falling to around 7 with daytime temperatures reaching around 15.

Top Stories:  - A duck hunter allegedly pointed a gun at a group of protestors at Lake Lonsdale on Sunday morning.

Stawell Sergeant Simon Grant said investigations were ongoing.

"We haven't been able to identify the duck hunter that is alleged to have done that," he said.

"At the moment we have one story that we're trying to confirm or otherwise."

Sgt Grant said there were 18 protestors at the lake and three allege to have had a gun pointed at them.

Duck season officially ended on Monday.

- Stawell women Leeanne Nuske and Andrea Monaghan have already covered well over two hundred kilometres as part of their 'Spanish Pilgrimage for Eventide' fundraiser, which is now underway.

The Eventide Homes staffers are trekking 466 kilometres from Leon to Cape Finisterre in Galicia in north-west Spain to raise awareness of Eventide Homes and attract public donations to buy new iPads for residents.

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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