2005 – Lachlan Madder and Eddie Prato at Minerdome. On this day in Ballarat | July 20 2002 – 17 Year old Brendan Kermeen has been Selected for the national swimming Championships.
2002 – Graduation of Green Corps workers, at Daylesford Town Hall, pictured front row from left are Amy Hughes, Taryn Southurst, Bianca Gold, Matt Pearce and Luke Butterworth. Back row from left, Ellen McMahon, Julian Sunter, Cherie McMahon, and Karen O’Keefe.
2002 – Preview to Teacher’s Games. BHS Physical Education teachers Peter Jeffery and Anne Henry get some practice for the volleyball.
2002 – Commentator Michael Clough at Eastern Oval.
2002 – Deakin University Urban Heart Surgery display at the town Hall. 5th yr architecture students David Sowinski and Yolanda Esteban with a model of the Bridge Mall.
2003 – Clunes discovery dinner: Bruce Stirling, Helen Kroger and Kenith Park, Wesley College Curator.
2003 – Rubber Duck drop from 50 metre high crane for Daylesford FC fundraiser: Sam Conroy, Tom Gurkin, Philip Bossinger, Sam Winnard, Haydn Mobbs.
2003 – Melbourne Storm V Brisbane Broncos: Delwyn Douglas, tourism officer, Robbie Cullenward, media officer and Le-anne O’Brien, media officer.
2003 – Rubber Duck drop from 50 metre high crane for Daylesford FC fundraiser: Jesse Jobe, Dylan Nulty, Josh Cowan, Matthew Conroy.
2003 – Melbourne Storm V Brisbane Broncos: David Gallop, Cheif Executive Officer for the NRL, John McLean, Chief Executive Officer for City of Ballarat, John Ribot, Executive Director of the Melbourne Storm rugby team and Steve Moneghetti.
2004 – Opening of new skate park: Michael Parker.
2004 – Opening of new skate park: Jake Harris.
2004 – Opening of new skate park: Charlie McIvor.
2004 – Maryborough Staying Alive Benefit concert: Kyall Marsh, Patrick Harvey, T Shirt winner Matthew Eales aged 12 from Maryborough,Stephen Loratt, Natalie Bassingthwaite and Jackie McArdle aged 15 from Maryborough.
2004 – Maryborough Staying Alive Benefit concert: Yvette Duncan and Nathan Sapsford from M.T.V.
St Patrick’s College student Christopher Mathieson, and Shayne Haas with Holden V8 super car drivers Jason Richards and Cameron McConville.
2005 – Wendouree West Community House: Bruce Guest and Robert Muir with 5-year-old Jackson Muir at front.
2005 – Award winner Terapist Sarah Barby, and her Client Belinda Eaton.
2005 – Lachlan Madder and Eddie Prato at Minerdome.
2005 – Victorian all school walk medal winners, 12yo Rachel Tallent and 15yo John Platt.
2006 – Old Hepburn hotel publican, Jason Dooley bringing some entertainment to the hotel, which includes live bands and entertainment.
2006 – Andrew Hardy, Jack Sullivan, Madelaine Erskine, Kylie Shannon of Mt Pleasant Primary School.
2006 – Siblings and children of Old Scholars from Scarsdale Primary, Andrew Getsom, Alex Fitzpatrick, Chelsea Ellis and Cassia Bassett.
2006 – St Columba’s PS art exhibition: Pat McKinnon and Bonnie Evers.
2006 – New additions to the Central Highlands community lawyer team: lawyers Wilbert Mapombere and Taipari Matthews.
2007 – 8 year old swimming champ Domonic McKendry.
2007 – Magician dress up day for the Harry Potter book release at the Ballarat library, Braydon Cooper 10 and Rebecca Cooper 7.
2007 – CHFL, Gordon v Newlyn at Gordon: Kevin Clohesy and Dave Pedretti from Newlyn.
2007 – CHFL, Gordon v Newlyn at Gordon: Daniel Hammond 14 and Terry McKenzie 14 from Newlyn.
2007 – CHFL, Gordon v Newlyn at Gordon: Scott Cawthan 12 and Brayden Slater 14 from Newlyn: .
2008 – Loreto College Yr 12 students being given coaching in how to prepare and present food as part of their VCE Food Technology course: Year 12 students Catherine Maher and Tahnee Stevens prepare to photograph their dish with the help of Melbourne food photographer Michael Carter.
2008 – St Francis Xavier planting trees for National tree day as part of their environmental education class: Ruby Staley, Aella Selmon, Amarni Raschilla.
2008 – Ballarat Frisbee player competing in National Competition: Mel Hill, Sophie Murdoch, Chloe McDonald, Lyra Meehan, Matt Hill.
2008 – Black Hill Primary school will host Chinese exchange students: Jack Green and Jue Wang.
2008 – Charity fund-raising concert at Neider Weisel to raise money for young boy with cancer: Performers Peter Toohey, Maeve Barlow, Oliver Zehrung with host Samantha McIntosh.
2009 – Alex Corbett at Loreto College.
2009 – Kitten Travailed in a wheel well of a car, from a Smeaton Farm to Ballarat: 6 year old Lilly Tolfrey, Fluffy 7 year old Eliza Tolfrey.
2009 – Alftedton residents protest about a Disability centre: Centre owner Tony Marnica.
2009 – Eureka Game at the MCG Richmond v North Melbourne: 10 year old Lucy Hiatt, 11 year old Kristen Barker.
2009 – Visiting Chinese Scholars from Shenzhen Polytechnic visit the University of Ballarat: Li Zha and Zhenxiang Zha.
2010 – Local Football Umpire Justin Davey will umpire at the country championships in Canberra.
2010 – Forgotten Australians is a group of people who grew up in orphanages: Leo Campfuield, Deborah Findlay and Edith Orr.
2010 – Horsham basketballers Cassandra Hobbs and Shaun Bruce are playing for the Lady Miners and Miners respectively.
2010 – Preview to Ballarat Cancer Research Centre’s “Fiona’s Walk” with BHS VCAL student organisers: Jade Booth, Michaela Foster and Shenae Cunningham.
2010 – Preview to Mt Clear College production The Wedding Singer: Principal Josh Brodrick “Robbie Hart” and cast.
2011 – South Street’s dance competition: 11 Years old Sarah Perkins, 11 year old Madelyn Rothe, 12 year old Georgia Ballinger.
2011 – St.Patricks College Year 9 students Ryley Stuhldreier, Dan Butler & Nicholas Weightman will travel to Canberra to take part in the u/15 VCFL Championships next week.
2011 – Narelle Smith, Belinda Murphy, Bernadette Curtain and Breeana Bullus.
2011 – UB arts academy students sketching at Ballarat Railway station: Brigid Walsh and Jessica Schroeter.
2011 – Pyjama day at Jubilee Kindergarten to raise funds for the UnitingCare homeless programs: Isaac Rawson.
2012 – Seth Hanrahan from Urquhart Park Primary School.
2012 – Preview of The Big Latch On, when women will breatsfeed in public to raise awarness of the benefits of breastfeeding: Mia Tomasvewski with Christian Tomasvewski, 13 months old, Brodie Wightman with Kaelan Paterson (16 months old), and Caitlyn Burke with Alierah Van derploeg.
2012 – Joanne Trudgen and 1 year old Reagan.
2012 – wo young men with bikes who are part of the Rode Rage cycling team going to Cambodia and Thailand for raise money: Jacob Baxter and Alistair Kent.
2012 – North Ballarat’s Billy Driscoll.
2013 – United Way celebrating its 30th anniversary with a Children of the 80s Party: Ange Bridges, Sarah Demicoli.
2013 – United Way celebrating its 30th anniversary with a Children of the 80s Party: Cathie Fitzpatrick, Stacey Grose, Paul Fitzpatrick, James Ramsdale.
2013 – United Way celebrating its 30th anniversary with a Children of the 80s Party: Kim Voygt, Jenna smith, Toni Pearce.
2013 – Preview to BAS 1st Football Grand Final. Sam Bennett – Ballarat & Clarendon College Captain, Dallas Willsmore – St.Patricks College Captain.
2013 – Preview to Girls Night Out. L-R – BACK ROW – Rod Lewis – Masters FC, Scott Tennant – Laser Electrical, Donna Williams – w/Clare Williams – 6yo, Julie Byrne w/Ruby Byrne – 5yo, Xavier Byrne – 7yo, Grace Byrne – 9yo – Emmaus Catholic Primary School. FRONT ROW – Leonie Lewis, Simone Noelker, Rebecca Watt – Ballarat Girls Night out Committee Members.
2014 – VBA grand final reunion, when the Ballarat Miners caused one of the biggest upsets of all time in Australian basketball by defeating Melbourne Tigers: James Molesworth, Justin Abrams and Simon Coughlan.
2014 – VBA grand final reunion, when the Ballarat Miners caused one of the biggest upsets of all time in Australian basketball by defeating Melbourne Tigers: Rod Lewis, John Lewis and Jeremy Johnson.
2014 – VBA grand final reunion, when the Ballarat Miners caused one of the biggest upsets of all time in Australian basketball by defeating Melbourne Tigers: Natalie Dunne and Dominic Dunne.
2014 – VBA grand final reunion, when the Ballarat Miners caused one of the biggest upsets of all time in Australian basketball by defeating Melbourne Tigers: Robbie Burns (Ballarat), Kane Atkins (Ballarat), Todd Quick (Colac), Simon Walshe (Ballarat), Brad Martin (Ballarat) and Steve Rivett (Ballarat).
2014 – VBA grand final reunion, when the Ballarat Miners caused one of the biggest upsets of all time in Australian basketball by defeating Melbourne Tigers: Helen Bengtson and Donald Bengtson.
2015 – Bahareh Ramezani (Mt Clear) and Lin Li Mu (Lucas).
2015 – Katrin Holler, Sarah Hassan, and Craig Chigaazira (Mt Clear).
2015 – Sarah Hibberd (Delacombe) and Eva Lineker (Alfredton).
2015 – Angel Richter (Haddon). James Pickavance (Ballarat) and Joseph Shrimpton (Ballarat).
2015 – Di Farrell (Ballarat) and Jaswinder Kaur (Bacchus Marsh).
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