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Twilight Talks – Series 2

Twilight Talks have been held at the BMI since 2001, providing a great opportunity to hear some fantastic speakers and meet up with friends over drinks and nibbles.
Participants arrive at the Humffray Room from 5pm for drinks, cheese and conversation, […]

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National Sorry Day 26th May

National Sorry Day is a continuing effort to achieve appropriate education, reconciliation and recognition for the Aboriginal stolen generation.
Visit www.australia.gov.au/about-australia/australian-story/sorry-day-stolen-generations for more information

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Join us For Our Pirates of The Caribbean Fundraiser!

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN 5 – Dead Men Tell No Tales,
Sunday 28th May,
4pm screening.
Tickets – $15 each.
Tickets can be purchased from the station during office hours – Dawson House, First Floor, 15 Dawson Street South, Ballarat Central.
Phone: 03 5333 1201 […]

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Miracle Month Of May…

“Better, healthier outcomes for newborns and their families challenged by prematurity and sickness.”
Miracle Babies Foundation is Australia’s leading organisation supporting premature and sick newborns, their families and the hospitals that care for them.
Every year in Australia around 48,000 newborn babies require […]

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East Gippsland take out maiden Hopman Cup title, La Trobe Valley & Ballarat gain promotion in 2018

 
It may have taken 27 years, but East Gippsland’s ascension up the Victorian Country Teams Squash Championships divisions is now complete with the region winning its first Hopman Cup title over the weekend.
In a stunning result, East Gippsland won each […]

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Local schools encouraged to enter sustainability awards

Media Release – Monday, 22nd May, 2017.
Labor Member for Western Victoria, Jaala Pulford, is encouraging local schools to enter the 2017 ResourceSmart Schools Awards.
Run by Sustainability Victoria, the ResourceSmart Schools Awards recognise the sustainability work being done by Victorian schools.
“Schools […]

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Valuation reforms could lead to job losses and extra costs

Media Release – 22 May 2017
The State Government’s rushed plan to centralise all property valuations within the Valuer-General’s office will have a range of unintended impacts on councils, including potential job losses.
MAV President Cr Mary Lalios said the plan, which […]

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Let the poets compete while the writers search

Poets might be dream in word pictures and writers might tuck themselves away in garrets shunning society (or so the story goes) but the tables will turn at this year’s Woodend Winter Arts Festival.
Three events will draw tribes of wordsmiths […]

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Stylus At Suttons House Of Music!

STYLUS
Australia’s most prestigious 70’s soul/R&B group, STYLUS, is enjoying a new lease of life – following great shows in 2015 and 2016, in Brisbane, Adelaide and Melbourne.
From the beginning, having a huge hit with their version of Seals & Croft’s […]

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Choral Festival

Media Release  – 24 May 2017
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints local Ballarat ward, together with their hosting partner, St Patrick’s Cathedral, is delighted to announce the 22nd annual Ballarat Choral Festival, being held on Sunday 28th May […]

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