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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School is back - but mobile phones aren't! Victorian public schools have banned these devices in a bid to prevent distraction and cyberbullying.
Coronavirus has been the talk of the world all week. The impact of the travel ban is being sharply felt at Sovereign Hill.
A footpath has been proposed around the controversial Coles airlock in the CBD after safety was put at risk due to pedestrians having to walk on the road.
Fancy walking through two hectares of thickly-planted cornstalk in the form of a maze? You can do so in Gordon.
Back to school costs are putting a hefty strain on the family budget with research showing parents are spending $608 per child, a 13 per cent increase over the past 12 months.
They are one of our most feared creatures and they are frequently seen across Ballarat. Here is everything you need to know about red-back spiders.
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