Local News

Bacchus Marsh cyclist Graeme Frislie brings home gold

Bacchus Marsh Grammar student Graeme Frislie has won the Men's Under 19 Champion of Champions at the 2019 Australiak Track Cycling National Championships. Frislie, who is a member of the WestVic Academy of Sport, won two...

Locals recognised by Mount Alexander Shire Council

Mount Alexander Shire Council has recognised six young locals for their leadership. The awards, which were presented at Castlemaine last Friday, celebrated their achievements across six separate categories. Chief Executive Officer of the Mount Alexander Shire Council,...

Plate Up Ballarat returns

Plate Up Ballarat will return next month for its second annual culinary festival. The festival will showcase the region's best growers and producers, as well as show off Ballarat's finest chefs, cafes and restaurants. Over 50 events...

Man wanted following attack in CBD

Police are investigating a brutal attack which occurred in Lydiard Street on Friday morning. Around 3am on Friday, a man who had fallen over was approached by another man who is believed to have stomped on...

Adoption a paw-sitive Easter gift

The Ballarat Animal Shelter is asking locals to consider adding a furry member to their family in time for Easter.. Over 160 cats and kittens are currently being scared for at the shelter, and with kitten...

Police appeal for information about car fire

Police are appealing for information regarding a car fire on Saturday in Mitchell Park near the airport. The CFA was called to reports a car was set alight at 9:09am, with crews from Wendouree and Lucas...

Local AFLW player wins club's best and fairest

Local AFLW player Jenna Bruton has made history, winning North Melbourne's first AFLW Best and Fairest medal. The Trentham midfielder scored a total of 107 votes to secure the award, edging out 2018 league best and...