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Recycle Your Mobile And Do Some Good This Summer

We all have one; a little rough around the edges, not as cool as they used to be, or maybe you’ve upgraded to the latest model, they are simply old, broken, and unwanted. We’re talking about mobiles, millions in fact.
Around […]

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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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Cyberbullying help available 24/7 from Kids Helpline

Kids Helpline would like to assure young people and families across Australia that it is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for telephone and online counselling support.
Children and young people can contact Kids Helpline about anything, including […]

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Awarding Our Youth

Do you know a young person who has made a contribution to the Moorabool Community? If so they may be eligible for an award!
The achievements and Community contributions of local young people will be celebrated at the fourth annual Youth […]

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Emmy Winner Toni Child’s New Show Raises Awareness For Bee Collapse

American-born singer-songwriter Toni Childs celebrates the Bees and Pollinators in her new music-driven 3D Mapping animated show, It’s All a Beautiful Noise.
“I am deeply concerned that 41% of the honey bee population collapsed in the US last year, and 75% […]

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Pre-Order “The 2019 PCOS Journal” From 13 February

A day planner designed specifically for women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) will be available for pre-order through a Kickstarter campaign launching 13 February 2018.
PCOS effects at least 1 in 10 women worldwide.
Disappointingly there are very few support tools and […]

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Ballarat Public Schools Facing Cuts As Students Return To School

As Ballarat students return to school this week the region’s public schools are still left facing cuts of $9.6 million over 2018/19 under the Turnbull government’s funding changes.
This data, recently released by the PBO, confirms that Victorian government schools will […]

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UN World Interfaith Harmony Week Event Organized By Ballarat Interfaith Network

Ballarat Interfaith Network, in partnership with Ballarat City Council, will once again be celebrating World Interfaith Harmony Week during the first week of February, with an event on Monday, 5th February, at 11am, Queen Victoria Square, in front of the […]

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Dayesford Man Convicted Over Firewood Offences

Daylesford man has been convicted and fined for illegally harvesting timber sourced from the Wombat State Forest.
At the Ballarat Magistrates’ Court on Monday 22 January 2018, the man pleaded guilty to five charges, including conducting an unauthorised timber harvesting operation […]

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Rainbow Serpent Festival 2018

Media Statement – 26 Jan 2018
A lightning strike caused a fire at the southern boundary of Rainbow Serpent  Festival on Friday afternoon.
Festival staff witnessed the strike and immediately contacted the event’s emergency control centre who enacted their fire plan with firefighting units […]

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