A refugee from his own temperament and intemperance, Joseph Jenkins came to Australia in 1868 and recorded the details of his life here for 25 years.
Caleb Cluff If you like wine then this year's vintage may excite you, with predictions of a great harvest.
Caleb Cluff Jeff Lang’s style of music defies description. He draws on blues and roots music and infuses them with a rich carpet of Australia-inspired stories and characters.
Caleb Cluff In 1868 a young Irishman from Ballarat took a pistol and aimed it at the Duke of Edinburgh. His action defined the nature of Australian sectarian strife for decades.
Caleb Cluff The City of Ballarat has conducted a review into how we pay for our burgeoning cultural and artistic events.
Caleb Cluff After the great immigration program of the 1950s, Ballarat found it was home to various groups of what were politely known as 'New Australians'. Among them were the Ukrainian community, who proudly maintained their culture in the new land.
Caleb Cluff A wet winter, a mild summer and a warm, dry March has winemakers excited by the potential of this year's vintage. Mt Avoca's Matthew Barry talks organics, variety and the future.
Caleb Cluff The National Catholic Rural Movement was a strong force in the life of its Ballarat adherents until the 1960s. What were its aims and why did it fail?
Caleb Cluff Ballarat has a growing love of the medieval and reenactment. What's going on with our desire to return to the Middle Ages?
Caleb Cluff Originally this story began with the following sentence: “Igloo house. Dome house. Boob house. Ice cream house. Spaceship house.” So it wasn’t necessarily deathless prose.