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Corryong residents are being encouraged to show their support for a community walk to end family and gender-based violence next week. An initiative of Corryong Health and supported by several partners, the walk will take place on Tuesday 27 November at 12.15pm and go from Attree Park to Corryong College. Corryong Health CEO Maxine Brockfield…

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18 October 2018 MEDIA RELEASE Community leaders from across the Ovens and Murray region have issued a joint call for better accessibility for residents. Upper Hume Primary Care Partnership (UHPCP) Executive Officer Jenny Donnelly and North East Local Learning and Employment Network (NELLEN) CEO Bev Hoffmann said the two organisations were uniting to provide clear…

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Community engagement: Focus on age-friendly Indigo Currently, we are seeking older people, their carers and families to help us create an age-friendly health system in Indigo Shire. If you know an older person living in Indigo Shire, or a carer or family member, who would like to be part of a team building an age-friendly health system,…

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Twelve local government areas in Victoria’s north-east will take part in an innovative program to reduce the region’s childhood obesity rates, thanks to $4.1 million in funding announced today. Deakin University’s Global Obesity Centre will partner with community leaders in the region to deliver the initiative, supported by a $1.5 million NHMRC Project Partnership Grant…

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