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About: Edwina Williams

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Edwina is a journalist at the Ballarat Times News Group, and Golden Plains Times, based in Ballarat. She is a passionate art lover and photographer, who enjoys capturing the colour and life of the city in her own time. Edwina has worked as a social media management contractor, and has had previous news experience with the ABC’s flagship current affairs program, 7.30, Victoria Votes for Channel 31, and Junction Journalism. Contact her at [email protected] Twitter - @edwinawilltweet Facebook - @edwinawilliamsjourno

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June 22, 2024

Five years of supporting Ballarat East

A FIFTH birthday Celebration for the Ballarat East Neighbourhood House is set for next Thursday. BENH staff are inviting the community to mark the milestone...

June 21, 2024

Young crew rows into history books

ROWERS Katie Jackson and Lucy Richardson have been named Young Team of the Year at the Victorian Sport Awards. The pair, who have represented Australia,...

June 21, 2024

Alliance forms for lake’s fountain

THE rustic fountain on the south-east edge of Lake Wendouree was built in 1879 to commemorate Ballarat's first water supply. Features of the fountain include...

June 21, 2024

Alliance lobbies for regional cities

MAYORS within Regional Cities Victoria met in Shepparton last week aiming to strengthen the connection and collective vision of the state's ten biggest regional...

June 21, 2024

City to host national junior games

THE School Sport Australia Games will be hosted by the City of Ballarat in spring of next year. A week-long junior sporting carnival, the major...

June 21, 2024

Lucas kinder expanding

WORKS are underway on the extension of the Lucas Community Hub kindergarten. A new 33-place kinder room and outdoor space for three and four-year-old children...

June 21, 2024

Footpath strategy at next step

THE City of Ballarat's draft Footpath Construction Strategy is still on public exhibition and open for feedback until five o'clock this Sunday evening, 23...

June 21, 2024

Road safety works for black spots

MORE-than five million dollars' worth of Federal Government 2024–25 Black Spot Program funding is going to road improvement works at dangerous sites across Ballarat...

June 21, 2024

Prep for FOGO roll-out

SMALL bins for food scraps are set to be supplied to more-than-fifty-thousand houses across the City of Ballarat before weekly kerbside food and garden...

June 15, 2024

Architecture award for school building

MACARTHUR Street Primary School's updated amenities pavilion has won the Small Project Architecture Award at the Australian Institute of Architects' 2024 Victorian Architecture Awards. The...

June 15, 2024

BCM win home of the year

BCM Homes has taken out three categories of the 2024 HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards. The local construction company won Home of the Year, People's Choice...

June 14, 2024

Bulldogs’ roar gets louder

THE Ballarat Bulldogs Football Netball Club for people of all abilities continues to grow, especially in the netball space. Netball coach Kelsey Shaw said two...

June 14, 2024

City of Ballarat workers strike for pay rise

CITY of Ballarat workers who are members of the Australian Services Union took part in a strike out the front of Town Hall on...

June 14, 2024

New wheels in patient transport fleet

A BRAND-new car has been donated to Grampians Health's Cancer Centre patient transport fleet. Peter Stevens and his family presented a Hyundai Tucson to the...

June 13, 2024

Grants to improve quality of life in India

MEMBERS of the Rotary Club of Ballarat and the Rotary Club of Jodhpur are working together with an aim to better lives. Local Rotarians have...

June 11, 2024

City of Ballarat workers to strike

CITY of Ballarat workers who are members of the Australian Services Union are set to strike out the front of Town Hall on Thursday...

June 7, 2024

Digging in for wellness centre

BALLARAT'S AFL Masters Football Club, the Diggers, are marking 10 years since they first began raising funds for the Ballarat Regional Integrated Cancer Centre's...

June 7, 2024

Football fun at a slower pace

SOCCER usually isn't a low-impact sport, but Ballarat Walking Football is bucking the trend. On Mondays from 1pm to 2pm, at Selkirk Stadium, people are...

June 7, 2024

Amplifying guitar history

AN Australian exclusive exhibition coming to the Art Gallery of Ballarat (AGB) later this year will be music to the ears of guitar lovers. Medieval...

June 7, 2024

Have a hit of pickleball

YOU may not have heard of the game, yet the fastest growing sport in the world is played in Linton. Pickleball is in action in...

June 7, 2024

Pub reborn in Ballarat East

ABOUT thirty years ago, Meagher's Hotel closed its doors as a pub. In the decades that followed, the Victoria Street icon operated as a picture...

June 7, 2024

Bright sights in the night

WHITE Night lit up Ballarat for the first time in five years last weekend. A record-breaking 65,000-plus people filled the CBD's streets on Saturday between...

June 7, 2024

Law reforms to improve women’s safety

LAWS around women's safety in Victoria are set to be reformed. Last week, Premier Jacinta Allan announced legislation will change aiming to better support victim...

June 5, 2024

Shoot hoops, learn new skills

FOR children needing to burn off some energy and learn some new skills during the mid-year school holidays, Basketball Ballarat has an opportunity. The Ballarat...