Regional Development Victoria news
Applications now open for the Victorian Events Support Package18/06/2021
The package supports event organisers, hosts and suppliers as they manage the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Regional Partnership supporting health career pathways18/06/2021
The road map points to the way industry and education can work together more closely to provide students and young people with real world experience and clear pathways into the health sector.
More infrastructure projects to support regional recovery16/06/2021
The Regional Infrastructure Fund supports the recovery of regional communities across the state and will ensure Victoria continues to have our nation’s most vibrant regional economies.
Fast-tracking investment to support regional recovery04/06/2021
New job-creating infrastructure projects are being fast-tracked across regional and rural Victoria to ensure our regions continue to thrive.
How one Torquay manufacturer is helping the vision impaired02/06/2021
Travis Ashford, 45, is the brains behind Braille Sign Supplies, a venture he started in his tiny Jan Juc garage 17 years ago.
Investment to bring hundreds of new jobs for Tongala27/05/2021
Supporting the creation of hundreds of new jobs in the Goulburn Valley with new funding announced for a family-owned abattoir in Tongala.
Funds for Girgarre Botanic Garden27/05/2021
This investment in Girgarre will create jobs and help make the region an even better place to live, work and visit.
Community key in plan for Portland and Great South Coast21/05/2021
Working with the Portland community to maximise jobs growth and support the region’s innovative business operators.
Creating jobs and caring for regional Victorians20/05/2021
Whether it’s better mental health support, upgraded schools or investing in our hospitals and health services, the Budget backs regional Victoria, and regional Victorians.
Better mental health care for regional Victoria20/05/2021
Making sure care is available in local communities will make all the difference when it comes to people’s recovery