H30 Challenge campaign
Melbourne Stars join forces with VicHealth to promote a healthy hydration partnership
The Melbourne Stars has today announced a new partnership with VicHealth’s H30 Challenge campaign that will become the club’s Official Hydration Partner for the upcoming cricket season.
New water law to cut alcohol-related harm gets the tick
New laws announced today by the Victorian Government that will make all venues provide free drinking water for patrons has achieved the tick of approval from all members of the Alcohol Policy Coalition - Australian Drug Foundation, Cancer Council Victoria, Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre and VicHealth.
Access to water
Drinking water in the construction industry (Incolink)
As a part of VicHealth’s broader Water initiative (with the goal of ‘more Victorians choosing water instead of drinks with added sugar’), workplaces were identified as a setting to investigate water access and behaviours.
Access to water
Investigation of water access in specific settings
As a part of VicHealth’s Water Initiative (with the goal of more Victorians choosing water instead of drinks with added sugar), VicHealth is interested in assessing the access to and supply of drinking water in specific settings within key City of Melbourne locations
Switch to water
VicHealth's H30 Challenge set to keep footy fans hydrated with H20 during the 2015 Peter Jackson VFL season
VicHealth and AFL Victoria have today announced a new partnership that will see VicHealth's H30 Challenge becoming the official hydration partner for the 2015 Peter Jackson VFL season.
Water refill stations
Footy fans score big on their health and bank balance
In a move to improve healthy choices and reduce the strain on footy fans' hip pockets, Yarra Valley Water's Choose Tap and VicHealth have joined forces with Etihad Stadium to supply free drinking water at AFL matches and other sports and entertainment events at the venue.