Regional Development Victoria news
Active Living Census to provide insight into Loddon Campaspe health habits 10/03/2020
The Loddon Campaspe Regional Partnership today launched the findings of its Active Living Census as part of its ongoing Healthy Heart of Victoria project.
Young farmers shaping the future of agriculture06/03/2020
If you’re passionate about agriculture and want to make a difference for young farmers in Victoria, this is the opportunity for you
Tapping into local hops production03/03/2020
One of the oldest hop producers in the world will double the size of its production in regional Victoria.
More support for fire-affected businesses and communities27/02/2020
Backing bushfire affected communities, with new funding for projects across East Gippsland and North East Victoria that will attract visitors and support local jobs
Funding for Bushfire Recovery Concert in Cudgewa25/02/2020
Reactivating Victoria's bushfire affected regions and getting visitors back to the communities that need our support
Growing Bridgewater businesses on the Loddon River21/02/2020
The Bridgewater foreshore on the picturesque Loddon River has been revitalised through a redevelopment project to better connect the town’s prime natural asset to the main street.
Consultant appointed for Etty Street Precinct masterplan 21/02/2020
Castlemaine’s planned Etty Street Precinct redevelopment has reached another major milestone with the project masterplan now underway.
Growing digital skills for regional small businesses14/02/2020
Delivering the roadshow across regional Victoria to ensure that small businesses are equipped to make the most of the digital economy and reduce their cyber security risks
Post Bushfire Relief for our High Country14/02/2020
Better times are on the horizon following the bushfires in parts of Victoria’s High Country areas including Mount Buffalo, parts of the Alpine National Park and the Upper Murray.
The Great Stupa of Universal Compassion unveiled in Bendigo13/02/2020
Bendigo is home to the largest Buddhist monument in the western world after the addition of a decorative four-metre finial on top