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Cricket Willow Twenty/20 Cup Division 1 Semi Finals

On Sunday January 14th, the Division 1 Sinclair Meats Semi Final of the Cricket Willow Cup was played between Riddell CC of Gisborne and District Cricket Association, and Muckleford CC of the Castlemaine District Cricket Association at the picturesque Cricket […]

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More than 70 cats looking for a new home

The City of Ballarat’s Animal Shelter is nearing capacity with more than 150 cats and kittens in its care, 70 of which are looking for their new home.
The Ballarat Animal Shelter has been inundated with litters of kittens and stray […]

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Parents Warned About Christmas Drones

Parents are being warned that drones are not a give-and-forget Christmas present.
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority says parents must teach their kids about drone safety after the presents are unwrapped.
Drones can pose serious risks to people, property and aircraft if […]

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Barbecue Laughs Without The Burns

Victoria’s energy safety regulator, Energy Safe Victoria (ESV) has partnered with the Clown Doctors who use humour to support children and young people as they go through treatment in The Royal Children’s Hospital. The partnership will support ESV’s summer barbecue […]

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Grants open to honour the service of veterans in Western Victoria

The Andrews Government will help communities across Western Victoria commemorate the sacrifice of local veterans and educate the wider community about their service.
Labor Member for Western Victoria, Jaala Pulford, today announced the opening of three veterans grant programs that will […]

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Local Young Achievers Nominated

Some of our locals have been nominated !!
Shani Cain from Ballarat has been nominated for the Saward Dawson Community Service and Social Impact Award, one of ten categories in the Victorian Young Achiever Awards.
Cai Herps from Mitchell Park has been […]

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New grants program for volunteer firefighters

Media Release – Tuesday, 9th January, 2018.
Volunteer firefighting brigades in Western Victoria can now apply for grants of up to $250,000, thanks to a new $10 million program funded by the Andrews Government.
The Member for Western Victoria, Jaala Pulford, said […]

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What should you do if you find injured wildlife?

What would you do if you found an injured native animal? While it might seem like a nice idea to take it home and care for it, the right thing to do is contact an authorised wildlife shelter.
Department of Land, […]

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Free opportunity to promote local businesses to Ballarat’s newest residents

Media Alert – Monday 8 January 2018
Ballarat businesses have the opportunity to promote their products and services free of charge in the City of Ballarat’s New Residents Welcome Booklet 2018-19.
The glossy A5 booklet features useful information about Ballarat and local government […]

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VicRoads’ excellence in urban design recognised internationally

A prominent Ballarat road project has won an international urban design award, beating rival entries from across the globe.
The Ballarat Avenue of Honour Interchange project claimed the prestigious Outstanding Award in Infrastructure at the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) […]

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