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  • Labor promise to build $1.5 million Buninyong fire station - Ballarat Courier
    Labor promise to build $1.5 million Buninyong fire stationBallarat CourierBuninyong Fire Brigade captain Marc Cannan said various parts of the station were falling into disrepair. "For several years the brigade has been living in this building that was constructed in 1955 and over the years, and in the last 10 years in ...


  • Geoff Howard lied to Buninyong, says Planning Minister - Ballarat Courier
    Geoff Howard lied to Buninyong, says Planning MinisterBallarat CourierTHE Planning Minister has hit out at Ballarat East MP Geoff Howard, accusing him of deliberately misleading residents over the controversial zoning issue in Buninyong. In a visit to Ballarat, Matthew Guy met residents and the city council to discuss ...


  • Good Life Festival in its best shape ever, organisers say - Ballarat Courier
    Good Life Festival in its best shape ever, organisers sayBallarat CourierThere is the King of the Mountain Fun Run, which involves a formidable climb up Mount Buninyong, but there are also Devonshire teas and wine-tasting. Other highlights include an open house and garden of historic Netherby house at 606 Warrenheip Street, ...


  • Victorian Election 2014: Buninyong candidates talk employment - Ballarat Courier
    Victorian Election 2014: Buninyong candidates talk employmentBallarat CourierBuninyong employers need improved infrastructure like the EastWest Link to improve productivity and to get goods to market quicker. By improving road infrastructure we can compete for more employers to relocate to our region which means more local jobs ...and more »


  • Liberal Party eyes Ballarat as polling day nears - The Age
    Liberal Party eyes Ballarat as polling day nearsThe AgeCoalition insiders are also talking up their prospects in the Ballarat-based seat of Buninyong, another seat where the Coalition partners are each fielding a candidate, a move expected to aid the overall conservative position. The Liberals also believe ...and more »


  • Truck pull is back at the Ballarat Show - Ballarat Courier
    Truck pull is back at the Ballarat ShowBallarat CourierThere are a diverse range of challengers already, including the Weston family (quite literally a family ranging from teenagers to grandparents) and the Buninyong CFA. The Ballarat Show starts on Friday, November 7. The truck pull is on Sunday, November ...


  • Trees crush cars at Ballarat Botanical Gardens - Ballarat Courier
    Trees crush cars at Ballarat Botanical GardensBallarat CourierSES received call-outs to Ballarat, Newington, Beaufort, Brown Hill, Buninyong and Lake Wendouree for trees down. Mid-West duty officer John Hooper said despite a heavy downpour, the storm was not very damaging. “The storms haven't been that bad.and more »


  • Punters pick Denis Napthine to stay on track for re-election as Victorian premier - The Age
    The AgePunters pick Denis Napthine to stay on track for re-election as Victorian premierThe AgeOn this particular Saturday morning, the Premier is in Ballarat, which has two marginal seats the Liberals are desperate to snatch from Labor: Wendouree and Buninyong. After a few photos with a horse statue in Sturt Street (designed to spruik the ...and more »


  • Storm havoc: commuters endure three hour V/Line service to Melbourne - Ballarat Courier
    Storm havoc: commuters endure three hour V/Line service to MelbourneBallarat CourierSES mid-west duty officer John Hooper said crews were called to a tree down over a road in Buninyong. "The storms haven't been that bad. The predominance of the storm was running along the coast, but there might have been isolated pockets of severe ...and more »


  • Numbers add up but it could be tight - The Australian (blog)
    The Australian (blog)Numbers add up but it could be tightThe Australian (blog)The Coalition will gain Ripon (1.7 per cent Liberal after the redistribution) in the state's west, possibly Eltham (0.9 per cent) in Melbourne's hill country and Buninyong (1.6 per cent), based on Ballarat and surrounds. Labor is set to gain Shaw's ...and more »