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Funding for Tourism Toolkit to assist World Heritage Bid
Twelve Central Victorian Councils have welcomed $50,000 in Victorian Government funding to help build the capacity of the region’s visitor economy, with improvements aimed at supporting a future World Heritage Listing bid for the Central Victorian Goldfields. On behalf of their local government counterparts in Central Victoria, the Cities of Ballarat and Greater Bendigo are leading the campaign to place parts of the Central Victorian Goldfield...
Ballarat City Council will honour funding agreement for Royal South Street Society
Ballarat City Council will honour a $60,000 funding agreement with the Royal South Street Society (RSSS), despite its 2020 eisteddfod not going ahead. Council voted tonight to vary a strategic partnership funding agreement to allow the annual $60,000 amount to be paid to help the RSSS survive COVID-19’s economic fall-out. Under the initial three year agreement, the funding was only to be paid on the eisteddfod’s full and successful delivery...
$5 million Airport Funding Welcomed by City of Ballarat
The City of Ballarat has welcomed advice that its bid for $5 million in federal funding through the Regional Airport Program has been successful. Ballarat Mayor, Cr Ben Taylor says the upgrade of infrastructure at Ballarat Airport has been a long-held priority for Council which has worked over many years to secure funding to complete necessary work. “Council has committed $5...
Media Response | Alfredton Recreation Reserve Funding
The following statement from a City of Ballarat spokesperson follows question from the ABC about the overall sports funding arrangements for the Alfredton Recreation Reserve:
Mayor's Message (8 July 2020)
This week I joined Cr Margaret O’Rourke, Mayor of the City of Greater Bendigo to receive news that a $50,000 funding application to the Victorian Government has been successful to assist a bid for World Heritage Listing of the Central Victorian Goldfields.