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January 22, 2021

Survival Day event set for livestream

LIVESTREAMED from Viewpoint at Lake Wendouree, the Koorie Engagement Action Group will be once again recognising Survival Day with a ceremony at dawn. Set to...

January 22, 2021

Walking for happy heart health

WITH the aim maintaining physical and social health, the Heartbeat Ballarat Walking Group offers three opportunities to get residents, particularly those with a heart...

January 22, 2021

Friendly art pieces take over local lane

THROUGHOUT lockdown, bookseller and producer Amy Tsilemanis created personalised collages as a way of keeping in touch with friends near and far. Until 31 January,...

January 22, 2021

Free sessions for mental health knowledge

WITH the aim of reducing the rates of mental illness, the Black Dog Institute is offering free presentations to community groups to break down...

January 22, 2021

Soldiers Hill’s latest is A Dog’s Breakfast

CURRENTLY showing at the Old Butchers Shop Gallery in Soldiers Hill, regional multi-medium artist Geoff Bonney has assembled an assortment of works for his...

January 21, 2021

Continuing the Christmas spirit through donations

FOR a fifth year, fifteen-year-old creator of the Happiness Advent Calendars enterprise Jake Sbardella has wrapped up 2020 sales and donated some much-needed funds...

January 21, 2021

All weather dining hubs served up

RESIDENTS and tourists alike have begun utilising the two new temporary outdoor dining pods within Ballarat’s CBD. Made from six all weather glass cubes, the...

January 21, 2021

National competition flying into town

A NATIONAL tournament is set to take place at Ballarat’s new disc golf course at Victoria Park on 31 January. Matt Hill is a member...

January 20, 2021

Summer Sundays gets medieval

AN eclectic mix of international talent and home-grown soulful sounds will be taking over Kryal Castle this well to see out the last of...

January 20, 2021

Amateur art class in session

WITH classes available for both adults and kids, Sturt Street Gallery and Classes owner and facilitator Juli Davine is excited to resume her creative...

January 19, 2021

Five great reasons to visit the Golden Plains Farmer’s market

TO help kick start the New Year, the Golden Plains Farmers' Market is set to return to its regular location at High and Milton...

January 17, 2021

Traditional festivities set to mark a challenging year

OPEN to all cultures and backgrounds, a group of Victorian Tamil’s are planning the Ballarat Harvest Festival to celebrate both the tradition of Thaippongal...

January 16, 2021

A local favourite – Eat Drink West

Drive by for a golden coffee that’s on point   JUST shy of two years old, transformed former petrol station, Drive Café is the family run...

January 16, 2021

New chocolate business has luck on their side

WITH over twelve years of training under her belt, last year Jade Davidson made the leap and opened her own specialty chocolate bar business. With...

January 15, 2021

Treasure hunt gets moving

WITH the aim of getting Ballarat active post-lockdown, Erin Harris from Zumba Ballarat organised a treasure hunt around town with winners finding free passes...

January 15, 2021

Finding inspiration in COVID Zoom calls

STARTING off the new creative calendar, the Ballarat Art Gallery has unveiled the latest Backspace exhibition, this time featuring by Marcia King’s exploration of...

January 14, 2021

Railway and road waiting for a fix

WITH Lydiard Street’s heritage rail gates looking to remain closed into at least early 2021, drivers will continue to be forced to detour around...

January 14, 2021

Meet the man set to lead the City of Ballarat

FOLLOWING a four-month search, City of Ballarat council has appointed a new chief executive officer. The move was approved unanimously by eight of the nine...

January 14, 2021

Seeing the beauty in 2020

ART Space Ballarat’s second exhibitor, photographer Jen Findlay, recently opened her showing in the titled, Colours of Light. Situated at the front of the Mining...

January 14, 2021

New course sparks disc golf club question

JUST weeks after the opening of the new disc golf course in Victoria Park, the attraction has sparked discussions about the possibility of initiating...

January 13, 2021

Big music name to hop into Wildlife Park gig

SET among the kangaroos at the Ballarat Wildlife Park, a handpicked selection of local and national talent will be hitting this week’s Summer Sunday...

January 11, 2021

Many to wed in the year ahead

AFTER a year of cancelled events and postponed weddings, one company is set to hit the ground running with the aim of providing seamless...

January 10, 2021

Duel cause for theatre fundraiser

RECENTLY created LadderFrame Theatre Collective are kicking off the new year with a fundraising event. The performance group’s operator Chiara Angeli said the team felt...

January 10, 2021

Evolving artist space

HAVING recently relocated to a new spot in Bridge Mall, Ballarat artist Jade Walsh is selling paintings, prints and zines in her pop-up shop. Opened...

January 9, 2021

Sturt Street’s ever evolving European deli – Eat Drink West

Olive Grove’s secret to multi-generational retailing   RICH history and a love for local produce are the pillars of family-owned and longstanding delicatessen, the Olive Grove. A...

January 9, 2021

Emerging vocalist embracing the beat

HAVING recently performed as part of the City’s Be Hear Now festival, rapper and vocalist Inka Temam is keen for next year to release...

January 9, 2021

Sisters make splash in the beauty scene

SINCE beginning their hair and beauty journeys, opening a salon as a family unit seemed inevitable for sisters Maddi and Holly New. Now the proud...

January 9, 2021

Main Street’s new creative outlet

AFTER over twenty years selling her signature bags and homewares, renowned artist and printmaker Nicola Cerini has finally set shop on Ballarat’s iconic Main...