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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Parking remains the talk of the town well after the new changes were implemented. It came up again at Wednesday's council meeting, despite it not being on the agenda.
Trains - and a certain proposed Airport Rail Link Tunnel - remain on the minds of commuters' minds. Here, we offer a slightly tongue-in-cheek summary of the debate, and the key issues for commuters and train travellers in the city.
Holden enthusiasts in Ballarat, such as former deputy mayor Newell Barrett whose first car was a Holden, are mourning the end of the dominant car brand in Australia as we know it, with General Motors opting to dump the name synonymous with Australian motoring by 2021.
There is growing speculation around town that Centrelink could open a new call centre at the former Masters Home Improvement Building at the Eureka Homemakers Centre on Learmonth Road.
Environmental groups have urged the government to protect the Wombat State Forest as important habitat for the Greater Glider.
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