Regional Development Victoria news
Bushfire affected timber to be salvaged for the future02/12/2020
Precious timber burned by last year’s bushfires will be saved from going to waste, thanks to help from the Victorian Government.
New global headquarters to bring 103 jobs to Kyneton27/11/2020
RATIONALE Skincare’s headquarters in Kyneton will create jobs and provide lasting economic benefits for their immediate communities and the broader region.
New shared trails to connect towns in Macedon Ranges27/11/2020
Works on the Macedon Ranges Shared Trails are underway, boosting local economies and making our towns better places to live, work, invest and visit.
Visit Victoria: Experiencing the best at home25/11/2020
Regional restaurants, pubs, hotels and small businesses will be at the forefront of Victoria’s recovery.
Putting regional people first25/11/2020
The Victorian Budget 2020/21 delivers an unprecedented investment to help Victoria recover – and make sure no community and no Victorian is left behind.
Delivering infrastructure to rebuild the economy24/11/2020
Through regional rail upgrades and a faster train service to Geelong, the Government is connecting communities, reducing congestion on busy roads and supporting thousands of regional jobs.
Backing a recovery made in regional Victoria24/11/2020
Bushfires, drought and the impacts of coronavirus have hit regional Victoria hard so the Government is investing in things like jobs, skills and support to get through the tough times.
Staying connected and supporting those in need16/11/2020
These projects will tackle social isolation and loneliness and strengthen suburban and regional areas through digital initiatives to continue and grow community engagement.
Key revitalisation projects underway in central Victoria05/11/2020
Works on important projects revitalising the central Victorian communities of Avoca and Maryborough are underway, boosting local economies, creating jobs and making regional towns better places to live, work and visit.
More jobs ripe for picking at Premier Fruits22/10/2020
More than 40 new jobs will be created at Lancaster-based tomato growers Premier Fruits, thanks to support from the Victorian Government for the business to increase production.