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Ballymanus Park adopts a new name

A proposal to name a Ballymanus park Djila-tjarriu (pronounced Jilla-ja-roo) has been adopted. Ballarat City Council voted last week to adopt the name, which means...

Building Better, Safer Schools

The Victorian Government will deliver vital maintenance and bushfire readiness works at over 400 schools across Victoria, supporting jobs and local businesses through the...

Region Prepares for Return of Visitors

Hepburn Shire Council is consulting with local businesses to prepare for the relaxation of travel restrictions within Victoria. Hepburn Shire Council CEO Evan King said...

Region has a say in preparing the Roadmap

On Sunday, the Andrews Government will lay out a roadmap to re-open our state. Member for Buninyong Michaela Settle and Member for Wendouree Juliana Addison...

Glenlyon Recreation Reserve Update

Hepburn Shire Council continues to work with stakeholders on the future of the Glenlyon Recreation Reserve. Hepburn Shire Council CEO Evan King said there are...

Ballarat City Council will honour funding agreement for Royal South Street...

Ballarat City Council will honour a $60,000 funding agreement with the Royal South Street Society (RSSS), despite its 2020 eisteddfod not going ahead. Council voted...

Click for Vic – a new online campaign to promote Ballarat...

Ballarat businesses are front and centre of a statewide online marketing campaign aimed at putting Victorian local produce in the spotlight. The City of Ballarat...

Plan now for winter firewood needs

Firewood collectors across Grampians region are being urged to start planning their winter firewood needs as part of the opening of the spring collection season. From...

‘Make Your Move’ this Women’s Health Week – 7-11 September

At a time when health has never been so important, Jean Hailes for Women’s Health, along with YMCA Ballarat, City of Ballarat, Sports Central,...

First Online Exhibition for WAMA

Artists of the Ballarat region are well represented in the first online exhibition of the Wildlife Art Museum Australia (WAMA). Thirty artists from across Australia...

Ballymanus Park adopts a new name

A proposal to name a Ballymanus park Djila-tjarriu (pronounced Jilla-ja-roo) has been adopted. Ballarat City Council voted last week to adopt the name, which means...

Building Better, Safer Schools