Loddon Campaspe Partnership News
New ways of supporting the community and keeping us feeling connected05/04/2020
Tonight, through the Delivered, Live Streaming Festival people across the state will be able to enjoy a night of live streaming music and comedy in the comfort of their home.
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.
Helping regional businesses operate in a digital economy 17/02/2020
Online workshops in regional Victoria to provide small businesses with practical actions and tips on how to make the most of the digital economy and reduce cybersecurity risks
KIT van to boost youth mental health in Loddon Campaspe09/10/2019
On the eve of World Mental Health Day, a new specially designed Keep In Touch van has been officially launched in the Macedon Ranges Shire.
More people more active more often in Loddon Campaspe25/07/2019
Communities are being given new opportunities to be more active more often thanks to the Healthy Heart of Victoria initiative
Budget 2019/20 delivers for Loddon Campaspe as Partnership outlines strategic focus28/05/2019
The Budget provides a whole of government focus on delivering for rural and regional Victorians
Maturing Regional Partnerships 20/05/2019
Foreword by the Minister for Regional Development Jaclyn Symes
Reflections from the Acting Chair, David Richardson – May 201920/05/2019
The Loddon Campaspe Regional Partnership Chair reflects on the past 12 months
Setting the future economic direction of Loddon Campaspe 20/05/2019
The Loddon Campaspe Regional Partnership and the Loddon Mallee RDA are joining forces to produce an economic vision for the Loddon Campaspe region which they hope will drive future economic growth
Public consultation on the future of the old Kyneton Primary School site now complete21/02/2019
The report includes a set of principles and attributes to ensure future site use meets community expectations