Regional Partnerships News
The 2018 Barwon Regional Assembly in summary by Chair Kylie Warne10/10/2018
Barwon Regional Partnership Chair Kylie Warne provides a summary of the 2018 Regional Assembly
Young people to have their say on future mental health initiatives in Loddon Campaspe 10/10/2018
Young people from across Loddon Campaspe are being urged to sign up for a series of youth forums which will help inform future mental health initiatives in the region.
Partnership priority given the green light: BIRCH receives funding10/10/2018
The CHRP today welcomed the announcement of funding for the new Ballarat Innovation and Research Collaboration in Health (BIRCH).
Victoria’s first Cross Border Commissioner appointed26/09/2018
The Cross-Border Commissioner will help solve problems and strengthen ties between people that live, work and operate in our border communities
Recruitment underway for Victoria's first Cross Border Commissioner03/08/2018
The Commissioner will be responsible for promoting the interests of Victorian border communities, resolving issues, and developing common approaches with neighbouring states
Pick Your Project: Regional Victorians setting the agenda19/04/2018
Local projects across regional Victoria will be chosen by local residents under a new community building fund, which will see locals nominate and decide on their own funding priorities.
Digital planning for regional Victoria is now underway11/04/2018
Improving digital connectivity is a key regional priority and the development of a digital plans has been enthusiastically supported
Regional Partnerships - giving regional Victorians a real say28/03/2018
Regional Partnerships are helping to transform the way communities work with Government and how Government delivers services in regional Victoria.
Regional Assemblies 2018 – Listening and Delivering28/03/2018
The Minister for Regional Development announced the 2018 Regional Assemblies will kick off in Kyneton in May.
Keeping active and boosting tourism across the state27/03/2018
North East Victoria has long been recognised as having the strongest cycle tourism credentials in Victoria.