Regional Partnerships News
Call for local leaders to join Regional Partnerships01/09/2020
Community leaders from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to help shape the future of their community, with positions across the Victorian Government’s nine Regional Partnerships now open.
New support for Victorian communities to stay connected17/07/2020
Making sure that our communities get the support they need through to the other side of this pandemic.
Regional Partnership virtual roundtables15/05/2020
Our Regional Partnerships are hosting virtual roundtables to hear directly from community and business leaders across regional Victoria.
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.
Great South Coast Digital Plan launched 12/03/2020
The Great South Coast Partnership has today launched its Digital Plan – a detailed analysis and assessment of the digital infrastructure and services across the region.
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
Ovens Murray Digital Plan Launched09/12/2019
The Ovens Murray Regional Partnership Digital Plan is an evidence-based, place-based analysis of the supply of and demand for digital services and skills in the region.
Report shines light on homelessness in Central Highlands04/12/2019
There is an urgent need for affordable, long-term rental housing in the Central Highlands, according to a new report
Regional Partnerships at a glance27/08/2019
More than 100 people attended the Regional Partnership Conference in Marysville last week to discuss what Partnerships have achieved to date and how they are evolving for the future