Regional Development Victoria news
Ararat road and level crossing improvements signed off26/06/2020
Ararat is on target for a transport update to make way for a major new housing project.
Wodonga Aboriginal business on track for future success25/06/2020
The Burraja Aboriginal Cultural and Environmental Discovery Centre has been a powerful part of the area’s educational and cultural fabric since 2002.
New green roof for saleyards17/06/2020
A new green roof for Warrnambool’s South West Victorian Livestock Exchange will save potable water and help the business attract nationwide trading.
Wodonga youth dive deep to help others15/06/2020
Deep Dive is a joint project out of Wodonga featuring tips and stories from young people who have lived through mental health experiences.
Meet Wimmera Indigenous youth leader Tanisha Lovett09/06/2020
If you, or someone you know, is thinking of nominating for the Regional Development Victoria Leadership and Innovation Award, glean some pointers from the 2019 winner, Gunditjmara and Wotjobaluk woman Tanisha Lovett.
Council support puts Bendigo GovHub another step closer04/06/2020
The Victorian Government has welcomed Greater Bendigo City Council’s confirmation of support for the GovHub building, through the sale of the site.
New regional jobs to support Agriculture03/06/2020
More than 80 full-time equivalent jobs benefitting the agriculture industry will be created in regional Victoria, backed with funding from the Victorian Government.
Working with regional communities to shape the future21/05/2020
Regional and rural communities are best placed to tell us how we can help stimulate their economies, bring visitors back to the region and strengthen local communities
Backing Mount Buffalo tourism and jobs - year round19/05/2020
The Victorian Government is investing in the future of Mount Buffalo as a 12-months-a-year tourism destination through support for new “eco pod” accommodation.
Working for Victoria helping the bushfire recovery18/05/2020
Dozens of people left jobless by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will be recruited to work in bushfire recovery efforts, helping Victorians affected by two very different types of emergencies.