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Stawell To Share In Record Community Sport Investment

Sports clubs and users of the North Park Sporting Complex in Stawell will share in the biggest investment in women’s and community sport in Victoria’s history announced by the Andrews Government.
Home of the Stawell Swifts Football Netball Club as well […]

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Governments Come Together To Support New Regional Policy Research Program

The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) has today unveiled its new independent policy research program for regional Australia – backed by all State and Territory Governments with regional responsibilities.
RAI CEO, Jack Archer, has welcomed the new agreement and says this new […]

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Make 2018 Your Year To Get Shaving !

Celebrating 20 years and 1.9 million Aussies helping to beat blood cancer!
This year, more than 20,000 Aussies will to come together across the country to celebrate the 20th anniversary of one of our most loved fundraising events – the Leukaemia […]

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2018 Ballarat Begonia Festival Highlights

Media Alert – Tuesday 6 March
Considered one of Ballarat’s most popular community events, the Ballarat Begonia Festival is once again set to draw thousands of visitors to the city this Labour Day long
weekend.
The festival returns to the Ballarat Botanical Gardens on […]

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RACV Pleased To See Action Finally Being Taken By Federal Government In Takata Airbag Issue To ensure Public Safety

RACV wants prompt action by vehicle manufacturers to replace faulty airbags in recalled vehicles, following the Federal Government’s compulsory recall of 2.3 million vehicles which pose a serious threat to lives.
In July last year, RACV called for the Federal Government […]

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Free Health Screening Day – From GMHBA

On March 14 GMHBA Health Insurance & Eye Care will be holding a free health screening day.
We are inviting the people of Ballarat to take the opportunity to become healthier than even before.
 Open to the whole community, people can register […]

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Farming Together Seeks AG Researchers

Farming Together, the highly successful Australian Government agricultural networking program, is seeking researchers nationally for exciting collaboration opportunities.
Researchers from all disciplines with an interest in applied agricultural research (and related fields) are encouraged to register expressions of interest.
Program director Lorraine […]

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Respectful Relationships Not Blaming Key To Preventing Bullying

Australia’s leading childhood preventive health education provider says that giving young people skills to develop respectful relationships is key to tackling bullying, both online and offline.
As children head back to school amid renewed concerns about cyber-bullying, Life Education today announced […]

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An Important Community Message On Water Safety…

As we head into the summer months it’s important to remember water safety.
20 seconds is all it takes for a toddler to drown.
For children that survive drowning incidents many are hospitalised and can be left with permanent disabilities.
Always be in […]

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Growing Concern As Blood Cancer Diagnosis Rates Continue To Rise In Australia

The Leukaemia Foundation’s CEO Bill Petch is reminding the nation the number of Australians dying from blood cancer is now DOUBLE those losing their life to melanoma[1], as registrations for the 20th anniversary of World’s Greatest Shave open today.
Every day […]

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