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National Volunteer Week is Australia's largest celebration of volunteers and volunteerism. Today there are over 6 million people volunteering annually in Australia, representing 36% of the adult population. Volunteering Australia along with its state and territory network recognises the valuable ...
Victorians are being reminded of the dangers of entering floodwaters as part of FloodSafe Week, an initiative from the Victoria State Emergency Service (SES).
Planning Minister Matthew Guy has acted to ensure critical health services for the Charlton community are available, through approval of a new site for the Charlton hospital. A planning scheme amendment will see the timely delivery of the new hospital after the local hospital was destroyed in the ...
Minister for Environment and Climate Change Ryan Smith today announced the completion of flood recovery works to restore Flinders Peak Walk at You Yangs Regional Park after the trail sustained extensive damage during a storm in 2011. The $209,000 flood recovery project is part of the Victorian C ...
Water Minister Peter Walsh has released the Victorian Government’s plan to improve flood warning systems across the state. The plan is part of the Government’s response to 31 recommendations relating to water issues in the Review of the 2010–11 Flood Warnings and Response led by Neil Comrie.
The Victorian Government’s $27.5 million package of initiatives to aid the recovery of Victorian communities affected by major floods in 2012 is helping those who have been hit hardest to continue their recovery. Details available on this site.
The township of Numurkah has a new interim Urgent Care Centre to replace the temporary centre set up after the devastating floods earlier this year. We caught up with Numurkah Health Service CEO, Jacque Phillips, for a video update.
The township of Numurkah is continuing to recover from devastating floods earlier this year with a new interim Urgent Care Centre opening its doors to patients. Minister for Health David Davis today officially opened the Interim Urgent Care Centre at Numurkah District Health Service.