12.03.2014 Surfing Australia
Torquay, Victoria (Tuesday 11th March 2014): Surfing Victoria and VicHealth's TeamUp are partnering again with the MSAC FlowRider to give you a chance to hang out with Pro Surfer Cahill Bell-Warren and World Champion paddler Zeb Walsh.
11.03.2014 Bendigo Advertiser
THE theme for this year’s International Women’s Day was "equality for women is progress for all".
08.03.2014 Yahoo!7 News
A new survey has found more than half of young Australians admit to getting sunburnt, despite the millions of dollars spent on sun safety campaigns.
08.03.2014 Department of Health
Ivanhoe Primary School students walking to school Nine Victorian schools will receive $1000 of sports gear and the title of the stateâ€™s best walkers, for securing the top spot in VicHealthâ€™s Walk to School competition.
THE World Health Organisation this week released draft guidelines that halved its previous recommended amount of added sugar in diets from 10 per cent to 5 per cent.
05.03.2014 SMH - Business Day
It sounds like an oxymoron: a property developer with a social conscience.
03.03.2014 Bendigo Advertiser
White Night is a win for all involved Tweet Facebook of ╳ exit What a thrill to see over half a million Victorians taking in and participating in the spectacle and atmosphere of White Night last weekend.
25.02.2014 The Age
Existing rules on alcohol advertising are failing to protect children and must be tightened, the government agency charged with preventing disease says.
19.02.2014 City of Melbourne
The Melbourne Indigenous Arts Festival (MIAF) came to a close on Sunday 16 February, with most ticketed shows selling out.
18.02.2014 ABC News
One of Coca-Cola's fastest-growing products, Frozen Coke and Frozen Fanta, was not included in the latest industry-funded study on soft drink consumption in Australia, which says we are drinking less of the sweet stuff than we were 15 years ago.
15.02.2014 The Age
EDITORIAL The community has been traumatised by the brutal death of 11-year-old Luke Batty at the hands of his mentally ill father, Greg Anderson, who was then fatally shot by police as he advanced on them with a knife.
12.02.2014 Northern Weekly
About 500 pupils from Epping Views Primary School collectively clocked up 11,244 kilometres during Vic Health’s annual Walk to School month in November, helping the school win first place in Whittlesea council’s participation competition.
10.02.2014 Weekly Times Now
SWAN Hill residents are being asked to think about their cultural identity in a new multi-media project.
06.02.2014 Business Review Australia
Burnout is an unfortunate result of too much stress, often caused by the workplace. Here are some tips to help decrease stress and avoid a burnout altogether.
05.02.2014 The Weekly Review City
Food gardens could start popping up in unexpected places across the inner city thanks to a group of food activists.