Ballarat breakfast report: April 22

WEATHER

You might have woke up to the sound of rain this morning but it doesn't look like it will be sticking around too long. 

The rain is expected to clear by midday with a top of 18 degrees predicted.

There is also a 60 per cent chance of rain tomorrow but don't expect it to last, with less than one millimetre predicted.  

POLICE

A quiet night for police in Ballarat with nothing of interest to report. 

Residents are reminded that 40 kilometre per hour speed limits around school return today. 

Police are also seeking witnesses after an incident on the Western Highway over the weekend. 

More information is being sought about a convoy of vehicles who were driving dangerously on the Highway on Saturday

FIRE

Firefighters reported another quiet night with nothing of interest to report.

AMBULANCE

Nothing of interest from local paramedics. 

TRAINS

Buses will replace all train services this week which means a different timetable is in place. Check out the V/Line website for more details. 

ON THE AGENDA

Minister for Water Peter Walsh will be in Ballarat to announce next stage of the Living Ballarat project.

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