Registrations are NOW OPEN - Smart Building and Living Expo 2018, Sunday February 25, 2018 10am - 3.30pm

This is the 5th year of BREAZE attending this event, and along with Sustainable Building, Designing and Smart Living advice, transport, this year the feature is Waste - War and Peace!

Do you have, or know of a business, trade or product that is helping change the way we live and build, or fighting the War on Waste? It's time to register for your site at the Expo!

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We are looking for all these and more:

Waste-War and Peace - Refuse Reduce Reuse Recycle - say no to single use plastic items
Repurposed art and creations - are you making art from recycled materials? We will have market stalls and an exhibition in the hall.
Electric Vehicles - cars, bikes, motorbikes and associated infrastructure
SustainableBuilding - architects, builders, windows, structural products, insulation, retrofitting, blinds, solar and batteries
Lifestyle - bikes, plants, clothing, household, personal products, health, education, waste, and food.
Community groups can register for free.

Read more: Smart Building and Living Expo - 2018

What do you reckon REDANIn Redan, From November 2017 to March 2018

A new community initiative has started in the suburb of Redan to find out what locals have to say about the area and encourage new ideas for the future.

This initiative is being run by not-for-profit Make a Change Australia, supported by the City of Ballarat and a number of other local organisations. Make a Change works with people and communities across Victoria and beyond, to support and encourage positive
change.

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“We are here to listen and learn from people who live, work, play, shop and even socialise in the Redan area, starting with getting out and about, asking people What they reckon on a range of topics” says Karen Corr of Make a Change.

Some of the questions being asked include: What makes Redan tick? What are its hidden treasures? What’s wanted and needed by local residents?

Read more: What Do You Reckon Redan?