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  • 16.08.2019 Youth connection Indigo Shire Council has received $75,000 to implement the project We Know Your Name But Not Your Story as part of the third phase of...track record and expands it to a new community, explained Acting VicHealth CEO Dr Lyn Roberts. “We Know Your Name But Not Your Story has… Yarrawonga Chronicle
  • 16.08.2019 Victorian Women Encouraged To Show 'This Girl Can' - B&T Almost 400,000 Victorian women have been inspired to get active as a result of VicHealth’s This Girl Can campaign and now the foundation is...see this campaign’s success in combatting this.” VicHealth Acting CEO, Dr Lyn Roberts AO said the campaign’s phenomenal results showed the… B&T
  • 16.08.2019 Active Maps project encourages physical activity, reduces traffic New Active Maps project to encourage physical activity and reduce traffic congestion Colac school children will be encouraged to walk or...to do the same. “The project links Colac Otway Shire’s VicHealth Walk to School campaign and Colac Area Health’s Colac Otway Choose Change… https://www.nationaltribune.com.au
  • 16.08.2019 Supermarkets put junk food on special twice as often as healthy food, and that’s a problem Disclosure statement Adrian Cameron receives funding from the Australian Research Council, the Australian National Health and...marketing strategies in supermarkets to encourage healthier purchasing (with VicHealth, the City of Greater Bendigo and IGA supermarkets).… The Conversation [AU]
  • 16.08.2019 If you can see it, you can be it, and other great lessons from the Women’s Sport Summit I was lucky enough to attend a Women’s Sport Summit last week, hearing a whole host of great speakers and meeting lots of people who work...that the majority of women don’t like structured sport. Stefan Grun of VicHealth told us about the great program he’s been heading up called… Women Who Cycle

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