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April 15, 2021

Building business a big day out

ANNUAL networking event Business Day Out is set to present a range of notable speakers and the opportunity to mingle with likeminded professionals from...

April 15, 2021

Ribbon cut on rec reserve works

FOLLOWING the completion of an irrigation and drainage project, the Alfredton Village Green oval opened last Friday, ready for the winter sport season. Along with...

April 14, 2021

Lake walk for autism acceptance

GET moving for a cause at the Ballarat Autism Network’s Walk for Autism taking place around Lake Wendouree, Sunday 18 April. Kicking off at the...

April 13, 2021

Ballet masterclasses open to region’s dancers

BOOKINGS are now open for ballet students in regional Victoria to secure a spot in a series of exclusive training sessions with dancing professionals. Hosted...

April 11, 2021

Listen and learn as Twilight Talks return

KICKING off 15 April, the Ballaarat Mechanics’ Institute’s Twilight Talks program is back for the twentieth year. Following a similar format to previous occasions, Twilight...

April 11, 2021

Currie’s first time solo

AFTER breaking out on his own, new solo artist Tim Currie is gearing up for a big year of original releases and live shows. While...

April 9, 2021

Listen to the locals and visit the Pyrenees

LAUNCHED by the Pyrenees Shire to help boost the region’s visitor economy, a photo competition for both locals and tourists has just kicked off. After...

April 9, 2021

Backspace artists channel home

RECENTLY unveiled Backspace exhibition, NEST, at The Art Gallery of Ballarat is a collection of mixed media pieces by five local artists. VAMP, or Visual...

April 9, 2021

Kicking mental health goals

STRIVING to improve mental health within institutions, not-for-profit SALT (Sport and Life Training) are facilitating educational sessions in sporting clubs and businesses across Victoria. After...

April 8, 2021

Send a creative invite to the city

CELEBRATING Ballarat autumn, four local artists have produced a series of creative postcards for the new tourism initiative as part of the We Are...

April 8, 2021

High regard for top student

ONE of Ballarat’s brightest students has been recognised by the Victorian Government through its Marrung Education Scholarships program. As part of the initiative, Ballarat High...

April 8, 2021

SONIKA Records debut album

THE musical component of Ballarat Youth Services, SONIKA, has produced and launched an all-ages album thanks to Victorian State Government and FReeZa programs. SONIKA Records’...

April 8, 2021

Take a shopping safari

SAFARI-themed fun for kids has kicked off at Stockland Wendouree this week. With the festivities beginning Tuesday, the centre is housing a zoo safari adventure...

April 8, 2021

Ballarat ballers take on state squad

NETBALL Victoria has announced its Victorian state squad teams and several Ballarat players are named within the ranks. The selected players are now set to...

April 7, 2021

Helping Hand finalists announced

AS part of Haymes Paint’s Helping Hand campaign, three Ballarat community organisations have been announced as finalists for the top prize. Although the finalists; Bakery...

April 2, 2021

Junior tournament ready for bounce back

AFTER a year off, Ballarat Basketball are preparing to host its annual McDonald’s Junior Basketball Tournament over Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend. With over 250 teams...

April 2, 2021

A pathway for young, all-abilities leaders

VICTORIA’S Youth Disability Advocacy Service’s Young Leaders Program is once again taking applications. The program is open to disabled young people aged 14 to 25...

April 1, 2021

Leaving a long legacy of support

A PILLAR of community service work in Ballarat, Kate Owen retired from the field, leaving her final position as a community development officer at...

April 1, 2021

Workers’ Memorial gets State funding

IN the wake of recent fundraising efforts, the planned Ballarat Regional Workers’ Memorial in Delacombe has received a major State Government cash injection. The Acting...

April 1, 2021

Paving a trans-positive pathway

JUST in time to celebrate Transgender Day of Visibility on Wednesday, regional LGBTQ+ support and resource providers kick started new not-for-profit, Speak. As a trans,...

March 31, 2021

Interweaving love stories into art

CURRENTLY showing in Ballarat’s Art Space on Lydiard Street, local artist Jade Walsh has collated a series of mixed medium pieces for her exhibition...

March 30, 2021

Haddon space ready for play

THE Haddon Centenary Lions Park playground is now back open for public use following an upgrade. Part of Golden Plains Shire’s plan to renovate six...

March 28, 2021

Yoga walks for health benefits

SINCE launching in December, Yogabout Retreats continue to offer unique bushwalking and yoga getaway experiences. While each retreat slightly varies from another, on any Yogabout...

March 28, 2021

South Street opens to all abilities

ENTRIES have now opened for this year’s eleven disciplines and thirteen competitions of the Royal South Street Eisteddfod. The eisteddfod is set to run from...

March 27, 2021

Bed down at The Stables – Eat Drink West

Past and present combine in revamped space   MAKING use of the historic building’s original stables, The Highlander owners’ recently opened a separate bar and live...

March 27, 2021

Start up in full bloom on Main Road

OFFERING unique arrangements, plants and wares, new florist Gardenia Magnifica has thrived since the day it opened. Located at the busy intersection of Main Road...

March 25, 2021

Protesters call to open gates

ANGRY residents gathered around the closed Lydiard Street station heritage gates to protest V/Line and the State Government’s perceived inaction on the issue. The protest...

March 25, 2021

Best foot forward for Worker’s Memorial

TO raise funds for the Ballarat and Regional Workers Memorial, Ballarat resident Kelly Dubberley walked from Geelong to Ballarat. His destination was the site of...