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Our role is also to support, educate and facilitate a healthy, vibrant business community. Our networking events are the largest in the region and designed to encourage business professionals to interact and build their business contacts.
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12 March 2014
Since 2007 the Moonee Valley Police Service Area has taken part in what is now known as the Victoria Police Kokoda Program. This was in response to the long-term disengagement of youth residing in the public housing estates in Flemington and North Melbourne. Many of these young people had adopted negatives behaviours, started committing offences and had very poor relationships with local police and the wider community.
Since 2007 the Program has evolved to a very successful and proven initiative, assisting disengaged youth to reform a connection back with their local community. It has brought various local community businesses and corporate partners together to assist and understand youth within their community and it has been recognised as the most appropriate Kokoda model within Victoria Police.
In 2013 Geelong implemented this model into our region to build on the positive outcomes of a number of proactive policing initiatives that are already operating in Geelong reaed m or
18 February 2014
Alcoa (NYSE: AA) today announced it will permanently close its Point Henry aluminium smelter and two rolling mills in Australia.
17 February 2014
Central Geelong truck restriction trial: community info sessions
The six month trial to restrict trucks in Central Geelong starts Monday 3 March 2014.
Three community information sessions will be held to explain the restrictions and what they mean for Central Geelong traders, residents and the truck industry.
Networking Event hosted by Davies Collison Cave
Networking Event hosted by The Geelong College
Networking Event hosted by Igby Productions