The Loddon Mallee RDA has partnered with state and local government to identify the most
In August 2016, 45 people from across the Loddon Mallee region attended workshops to help
These Local Shire Council digital strategies have been prepared to enable the Shires to capitalise on
The Loddon Mallee and Hume RDA Committees combined to investigate what could be done to
Telehealth can be a cost effective, real-time and convenient alternative to the more traditional face-to-face
The Loddon Mallee Regional Action Plan for the Prevention of Violence Against Women (the RAP) is currently being developed. The Loddon Mallee RAP is one of nine plans being developed across Victoria to create whole of community regional collaboration to prevent violence against women.
The Transitioning Towns Toolbox is an interactive, practical and evidence based set of tools to help guide decision making and planning for the future of your town. The Toolbox is designed to support communities to understand and respond to the changes and challenges happening in small towns. The Toolbox resources will help you to map and build your community through understanding what is driving the changes and what will make your town stronger.
Information, training and advice to help Victorian companies export their services and products can be
The Loddon Mallee RDA commissioned this work in 2014 to understand the drivers impacting on
The Bridging the Digital Divide report was developed by Explor Consulting on behalf of the Loddon Mallee RDA Committee. The guide supports the Region’s aspirations for prosperous, connected and resilient communities and a diverse and robust economy. It provides a roadmap for the Region that will bridge the digital divide and strengthen access to health, education and employment services in small towns.
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Lower Murray Water’s Sunraysia Modernisation Project is the biggest ever upgrade to Sunraysia’s Irrigation Infrastructure and it is now underway.
The GMW Connections Project is building a stronger more sustainable future for irrigation agriculture across the Goulburn-Murray Irrigation District. More than $2 billion of Commonwealth and Victorian funding is being invested to create a network that delivers water when and where it’s needed.
The project will increase aviation infrastructure capacity at Bendigo Airport including a new runway, lighting and taxiways aimed at ensuring viability of critical emergency services, current and future aviation business and the attraction of Regular Public Transport operations.
Mildura Airport Airside Pavement Upgrade will provide resurfacing, strengthening and extension of the existing Mildura Airport runway surface, to cater for increased traffic movements over the next 15 years and to comply with critical CASA standards. Funding is being sought from both State and Federal Governments for this $24.7 million project.
Results of the Railing Ahead community survey show that the people of the Swan Hill region have a clear message for the Victorian Government – improved passenger rail services for northern Victoria is a key priority. Almost 1000 survey responses were received in relation to the Swan Hill and Echuca rail services.
The Loddon Mallee RDA is seeking funding to support Dual track operation between Bendigo and Kyneton. The patronage of the Bendigo VLine service has increased to 1.25 million trips per year. To meet economic and population demands, investment is needed in capacity improvements on the Bendigo Swan Hill and Echuca railway lines.
Between $200 – $250 million is required to construct the second Echuca Moama bridge. Substantial increases in tourist traffic, freight and population growth as well as the increased freight load requirements of new higher mass limited trucks has created the need for a second Echuca Moama Bridge Crossing. Many freight vehicles are forced to either use a longer route or switch to a less efficient older-style truck.
The Becoming Digital Toolkit was developed under the guidance of stakeholder group iLoddonMallee to assist local governments in Loddon Mallee to develop their own local digital strategy. Launched in November 2013, the Toolkit describes a staged approach to the development and implementation of a local digital strategy. The Toolkit includes suggested projects/actions to adopt for individual strategies, some of which can be undertaken in collaboration.
Mobile connectivity for phone calls and broadband has become a utility expected by business, residents and the community. The rapid development of new technologies and faster connection options has resulted in regional and rural areas of Australia being on the wrong side of the ‘Digital Divide’.
The Goldfields track is a unique 210km trail travelling through diverse and scenic landscapes between Bendigo and Ballarat via the picturesque goldfields townships of Castlemaine, Hepburn, Daylesford and Creswick
The Aspire Precinct is a new, vibrant learning, community and business hub being built on the Grounds of the Sacred Heart Cathedral, Bendigo.
A coherent strategy for the development of the Murray River’s tourism industry has been developed by the Murray Regional Tourism Board.
Solar power adds up for the Loddon Mallee Region as we receive more energy from the sun than the rest of Victoria.
The Victorian Government, through Regional Development Victoria, has reached agreement with Brookfield Infrastructure Group (Australia) (Brookfield) to supply natural gas to Heathcote, Maldon, Marong, Swan Hill, Robinvale and Kerang.
The upgrade to the existing broad gauge rail lines is urgently required to enhance reliability, speed and efficiency to and from ports and to reduce road congestion and conflict with urban vehicles. This project is supported by work undertaken by the Central Murray Regional Transport Forum.
Information, training and advice to help Victorian companies export their services and products can be found at http://www.business.vic.gov.au/export. This website includes information about outbound and inbound trade missions, access to grants and training as well as lots of other export related information.
The Project provides a critical, whole of landscape response to maximising now the opportunities of irrigation modernisation; increasing regional development for farming and communities; and adapting regionally to a variable water future.