Editorial: Abundance has the power to flatter our illusions of security and like Aesop’s grasshopper assume it will somehow always be thus.
The elephant in the room when it comes to problem gambling is nearly always in the room with us. We are talking of course of mobile phones and the unprecedented access they give gamblers to bet on just about anything at any time.
EDITORIAL; The Nation’s most famous art prize The Archibald has returned to Ballarat and this should be cause for some celebration. What next?
The bigger question now is; can education like the Sugar by Half campaign do enough to change behaviour and reduce consumption.
EDITORIAL: Something appears to be very wrong with the workings of National Stronger Regions Fund when a project with this many strong arguments, with this comprehensive and articulated a business case, and so good for our region is rejected.
Today The Courier is running a form guide on the extensive list of candidates who hope to lead the Ballarat council for the next for years.
For those who have always been one-eyed red, white and blue – and for those in Ballarat who have jumped on the Western Bulldogs bandwagon for today’s AFL grand final thriller against the Sydney Swans - here’s the words to the Doggies’ club song, "Sons of the West":
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