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Launch of Civic Hall interior restoration works

BALLARAT building contractor S.J. Weir has won a $4.6 million contract to restore the interior of the Civic Hall, returning this public building to...

Please lend a hand to help Clean Up Australia

IT took just one man to inspire millions of people to pick up rubbish. Every year since 1989 Ian Kiernan has demonstrated that individuals around...

Indigenous sculpture park

A Smoking ceremony, to mark the start of the new North Gardens sculpture park and cleansing of the site, took place last Friday to...

Garden of the Grieving Mother Gifted to the City of Ballarat

LAST Thursday a Civic Reception was held at Ballarat Town Hall to mark the formal handover the Garden of the Grieving Mother to the...

PREPARING BALLARAT KIDS FOR THE JOBS OF THE FUTURE

STUDENTS from 15 secondary schools in Ballarat now have access to the latest technology and innovative learning programs, with the opening of the new...

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Sebas under the pump

IT was a game that they had to win for a spot in the finals in the GeelongBallarat Premier Bowls but Sebastopol’s luck ran...

$10,000 fine

After a series of meetings between Collingwood and Jordan De Goey on Monday, it has been agreed that Jordan will remain a senior listed...

Graeme Frislie & Elizabeth Nuspan successful at National Track Cycling Championships

FEDUNI WestVic Academy of Sport athletes and Bacchus Marsh Grammar students, Graeme Frislie and Elizabeth Nuspan, have enjoyed success at the National Under 19...

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Alex has Octane in the veins

BALLARAT Renault mechanical apprentice Alex Egan, 20, has placed third, nationally, in the Renault Apprentice Of The Year. The apprentices were judged on things such...

A famous baker, his best mate, a 1930 A Model Ford to travel 7443...

TOM O’Toole is set to undertake an adventure in his 1930 A Model Ford across the country with his best mate, Keith McIntosh. The pair...

Say We’re Sorry 10 Years

A decade on, the National Apology to the Stolen Generations remains a momentous turning point that demonstrates the importance of historical acceptance in paving...

COSTA INCLUDED IN FESTIVAL

Family-friendly focus at 2018 Ballarat Begonia Festival BALLARAT’S much-loved Begonia Festival returns to the Ballarat Botanical Gardens in 2018 with a new program of...

MADE TO FACE UP

THE Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka (MADE) is Ballarat’s white elephant in the room. Handed to the City of Ballarat by the Bracks Government,...

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