The whole of Ballarat – nay the state – will be on the Western Bulldogs bandwagon this week in the lead-up to Saturday’s AFL grand final against Sydney.
EDITORIAL Everyone wil be clamouring for the Port lease funds. Is it too much to ask that political expedients be ignored for some genuine long-term thinking?
In upcoming elections single-issue candidates will soon find their passion dissipated under the deluge of work and responsibility required.
The floods may have subsided from last week’s heavy rain but as many Ballarat drivers have realised the problems could be just beginning.
A wet September as an El Nino recedes and a lot of people has been caught off guard.
The figures cited by Ballarat Trades Hall that almost half of young people in Ballarat are underpaid definitely demands investigation.
EDITORIAL: Additional financial support for clergy sexual abuse victims is welcome news for Ballarat. But a bigger issue exists here and the glib derision of a dead man is the easy part.
EDITORIAL: Enough is enough. The horror stories have continued to flow into The Courier in the week since we ran an expose on the severity of bullying in our schools.
Magistrate Cynthia Toose has summed up the feeling of a community this week while sentencing yet another car thief to jail when she simply said “the community was sick of the epidemic of car thefts in the region”.
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