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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Planned bike lanes along Mair Street in Ballarat's CBD that could have been dangerously narrow have been scrapped, as the $7 million realignment undergoes another change of plan.
The news follows repeated revisions to the controversial Sturt Street bike path plan in another key state government CBD traffic plan.
ARIA-winning artist Tones and I, fresh off the back of performing at the AFL grand final, played in Ballarat on Saturday at Spilt Milk. Despite netting four ARIAs earlier in the week, due to scheduling she played at Victoria Park before 2pm.
A group of farmers have come together with concerns over damage to their properties due to the $500 million construction to the Ballarat train line - including broken fences, which is resulting in their livestock making their way onto the track.
Victoria's mental health system is 'catastrophically failing', according to the interim report of the Royal Commission.
So where does our glass go in Ballarat amid the state's recycling crisis? Find out right here.
The future economic and job opportunities for Ballarat and regional communities was the topic of discussion at a forum in Ballarat on Wednesday.
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