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  • 03.02.2016 Make A Change And Pick Up Prizes During Premier’s Active April In this Media Release Victorians can improve their health and fitness and collect great prizes by signing up for Premier’s Active April. Each year, thousands of Victorians of all fitness levels sign up to dedicate 30 minutes of exercise each day during April.… Premier of Victoria
  • 03.02.2016 Workplace mental health – are your line managers prepared? Most Discussed X-rated photos central to sexual harassment case A Melbourne-based senior lawyer stands accused of sexually harassing a female co-worker, although his firm says the text-message relationship was consensual.… Human Capital Magazine
  • 02.02.2016 inaugural women’s big bash league a success for women’s sport in australia The inaugural Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) has drawn to a close for the summer, and has been hailed as a success for women’s sport and health in Australia. The Sydney Thunder took out the title at the MCG in front of more than 5,000 fans, and more via its live broadcast on television.… Lip Magazine
  • 28.01.2016 Pop-up park on the way After a short delay in temporarily transforming Morwell's Tarwin Street, a pop-up park is set to occupy the space from February. AFTER a short delay in temporarily transforming Morwell's Tarwin Street, a pop-up park is set to occupy the space from February.… Latrobe Valley Express (Licensed by Copyright Agency)
  • 25.01.2016 Counting cost of boozy Oz Day chaos A huge survey to be conducted tomorrow night in more than 100 emergency departments around the country aims to find out the prevalence of alcohol-related harm on Australia’s national day.… Fox Sports (Licensed by Copyright Agency)
  • 05.01.2016 Walk To School Challenge winners Twenty nine local schools took part in the shire's Walk to School Challenge Local school students with their awards in Wellington Shire's Walk to School program.… Gippsland Times
  • 01.01.2016 Women shine in big league The first local derby will be played at the MCG as a curtain-raiser to the men’s match and televised nationally on Channel 10.… Herald Sun (Licensed by Copyright Agency)
  • 01.01.2016 The hidden killer: you're eating more of it than you know It's the scourge that's far more deadly than car crashes and that we consume daily, often… The Age (Licensed by Copyright Agency)
  • 22.12.2015 NETWORK LINKED TO WELLBEING STUDY SHOWS SUPPORT HELPS HEALTH LOOK AFTER YOUR MENTAL HEALTH YOUNG people with strong social and support networks have higher levels of happiness, are less vulnerable to depression and are better equipped to cope with life’s ups and downs, a VicHealth commissioned research has found.… Leader Community ePaper (Licensed by Copyright Agency)
  • 19.12.2015 Top 10 New Year Resolutions and How to Keep Them Top 10 New Year Resolutions and How to Keep Them New Year is more than a marker in time. It is a promise of something better, of new opportunities. It is a chance to wipe the slate clean and start again.… Weekend Notes - Melbourne
  • 10.12.2015 Four things making Generation-Z miserable Australian scientist have identified four things that will make Generation Z miserable for decades to come. These global trends will stress young people at a time in their lives when mental illness usually manifests, according to the CSIRO researchers.… The Age (Licensed by Copyright Agency)
  • 22.11.2015 Violence against women ‘costs billions’ THE scourge of violence against women is robbing the Australian economy of $21.7 billion a year, making domestic violence a leading public health crisis.… news.com.au (Licensed by Copyright Agency)
  • 14.11.2015 Health campaign encourages African men to drink less A new health campaign, Be a Brother, is aiming to reduce the high level of alcohol consumption among young African men in… Special Broadcasting Service - News (Licensed by Copyright Agency)
  • 13.11.2015 Victoria needs nutrition labels on fast food, say experts With Australians getting fatter, health bodies are keen for everyone to know exactly what they're eating. New South Wales does it, as do South Australia and the ACT. Queensland has just promised to jump on board. So why isn't Victoria doing it, too?… Sydney Morning_Victoria (Licensed by Copyright Agency)
  • 12.11.2015 National framework launched to combat causes of violence against women The Minister for Women, Senator the Hon. Michaelia Cash, has launched the first national framework to address the causes of violence against women and their children.… The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

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