Welcome to a weekly feature for The Courier, where we show a selection of cartoons from our resident artist, John Ditchburn.
More commonly known throughout Ballarat as 'Ditchy', the veteran cartoonist brings you a different take on what's making news in Ballarat.
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You've probably seen his work in our print edition, as well as in our online stories, but we now bring it to you all in one place.
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The Creswick Road car park is now free until the end of January to entice city drivers after being mostly unused since it opened earlier this month.
About 125 casual and part-time staff at the Police Assistance Line and Online Response Centre in Ballarat were told they would not be getting work in the foreseeable future.
Incredibly up until Monday, Ballarat had only seen two days for the entire month above the November average as a series of cold fronts and that horrible misty rain hung around a lot longer than any of us would have hoped for.
A group of residents is asking Ballarat City Council to ban roosters on rural blocks.
The region was lashed with massive wind gusts of up to 100kmh earlier this week, resulting in havoc for the community including a mini-cyclone in Creswick.
Although they were removed four months ago, the fierce debate surrounding Daylesford's geese continues.
A petition of about 370 signatures has been handed to Hepburn Shire Council, urging councillors to allow a small community flock of about 10 geese to return to the lake.
Almost 2000 Jehovah's Witnesses have been exploring Ballarat's key tourist spots ahead of a global convention in Melbourne this weekend.
It's that time of year for the Ballarat Cup - the richest regional race in Victoria.
See how the day unfolded HERE.
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