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Ballarat Wildlife Park’s own Charlie Parker on Little Big Shots

Ballarat Wildlife Park’s Charlie Parker will appear on the Channel Seven hit show Little Big Shots this Sunday 24 September 2017 at 7 PM.
Little Big Shots is a fun, feel good entertainment program created by talk show queen Ellen DeGeneres […]

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Nominate a Western Victorian young achiever today

Labor MP Jaala Pulford has called for nominations for outstanding young people from across Western Victoria for the 2018 Victorian Young Achiever Awards.
The Young Achiever Awards provide an opportunity for the community to celebrate the efforts of young Victorians who […]

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Calling FedUni’s Ballarat Visual Art Alumni to exhibit in REVAMP-1960s & 70s REVISITED!

Federation University Australia’s Arts Academy wishes to acknowledge the extraordinary achievements of our alumni who studied Visual Arts at Ballarat Technical Art School, Ballarat Institute of Advanced Education, Ballarat College of Advanced Education and Ballarat Teachers’ College, from 1960 up […]

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New Grants Pitched At Getting Victorians Active And Healthy

TWO WEEKS UNTIL FUNDING CLOSES
 
There are just two weeks left for local sports clubs to apply for health promotion foundation VicHealth’s latest funding round, closing on Friday 22 September 2017.
Clubs across Victoria are encouraged to apply for the latest round […]

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Ballarat to Remember its Second Worst Day of WW1

Just before dawn on October 4th 1917, Anzac forces launched an assault on German held Broodseinde Ridge near Passchendaele in Belgium. The Anzacs ultimately prevailed in the subsequent battle and the Germans were driven off the ridge, but it was […]

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Complacent And Uninformed Attitudes Putting Lives At Increased Risk

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New data raises concern for the alarming number of unsafe vehicles hitting the streets
Road safety experts are imploring Australians to stop putting lives at risk, following new research revealing that driver attitudes towards vehicle safety is in decline.
The second iteration […]

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US dementia expert sets the challenge to forget about ‘memory loss’

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A neuropsychologist and international dementia expert is challenging our use of the term memory loss and how our beliefs about memory problems can affect people living with dementia, especially those with Alzheimer’s disease.
Steven Sabat Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Georgetown […]

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A Day On The Green Announces Robbie Williams At Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong

THE HEAVY ENTERTAINMENT SHOW TO DESCEND ON GEELONG!
MT DUNEED ESTATE– SATURDAY MARCH 3
Tickets on sale Thursday September 7
Global pop phenomenon ROBBIE WILLIAMS today confirms that he will bring his mammoth Heavy Entertainment Show World Tour to Australia in February and […]

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City Of Ballarat Assumes Management Of Gillies Street Animal Shelter

Longer opening hours and cheaper fees will form part of new operations at the Gillies Street animal shelter when the City of Ballarat assumes management from Friday 1 September.
The City of Ballarat will formally run the facility from 1 September, […]

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Plans For The Hepburn Hub At The Rex Available Online

Media Release – 1 September 2017
Plans for the Hepburn Hub at The Rex are available for the community to view online.  Works on the Hepburn Hub are scheduled to start later this month.
The works are likely to take 6 -9 […]

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