Welcome to a popular feature for The Courier, where we show a selection of cartoons from our resident artist, John Ditchburn.
This week is with a slight twist.
More commonly known throughout Ballarat as 'Ditchy', the veteran cartoonist brings you a different take on what's making news.
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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 global coronavirus pandemic has affected the way we live our lives and most of us are are now experiencing something we have never encountered before.
Do your part Ballarat - stay home and save lives.
See how Ditchy has covered the COVID-19 crisis below.
And now there could be testing delays resulting in more cases across Ballarat than originally thought.
A number of regional newspapers and journalists across the country have been given the chop due to touch economic conditions brought on by the COVID-19 crisis. Ballarat was not spared.
Even though most people might be self-isolating, it is business as usual for our emergency services workers.
All Salvation Army thrift shops are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic and are not accepting donations. But this hasn't stopped the community dumping unwanted items.
Bike-riding is being promoted as a means to get about town with incidental exercise amid self-isolation but cycling advocacy groups are urging people to proceed with caution.
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