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How a fascination with international affairs inspired Jasmine
UNICEF and Microsoft launch global learning platform to help address COVID-19 education crisis
Spike in demand for online library services
Children’s story book released to help children and young people cope with COVID-19
Renewable energy developments threaten biodiverse areas
Expressions of interest open for international City of Gastronomy Ambassadors
JOINT STATEMENT – Commonwealth and Queensland Bushfire Recovery Funding for Binna Burra Lodge
2020 Youth Council Announced
Government risks Reef ‘in danger listing with new coral bleaching
Pioneering academic’s papers get UNESCO status
White Night To Shine In Bendigo This October
Italy and FAO highlight importance of Mediterranean diet for sustainable management of land
First ever Geelong Design Week to showcase our design-driven future
Geelong to be represented at UNESCO AGM
Experts review bushfire damage to heritage sites
Bendigo tourism conference kicks off at Capital
Expert on the importance of Iran’s cultural heritage
2020 New Year Honours for University academics
Throwing open doors to Ballarat’s studios
Lord Mayor’s Christmas Gala Concert this Sunday
Visionary Community Strategy set to enable Sunshine Coast to thrive
Fourth International Conference on Learning Cities
Curtains Drawn On New Ryrie St Entrance
Barrington tops 50
Australian Museum recognised at UNESCO Cultural Heritage Awards
New policy to achieve higher sustainable design standards
Ballarat Town Hall wins Community History Award
Landmark international publication on Digital learning assessments and big data and implications for teacher professionalism has just been released
Geelong Youth Summit to tackle big issues
Noosa Biosphere Reserve gets nod of approval from UNESCOs 10 year review
Protecting Ballarat Railway Station’s bluestone blocks
Design-driven future: first Geelong – UNESCO City of Design Business Champions named
Get on board for Geelong Design Week
Civic precinct takes shape
Geelong’s design-driven future will be showcased at Geelong Design Week 2020
International Day of World’s Indigenous Peoples critical to language
Community comes through with big ideas for our new Civic Precinct
A new strategy to drive creativity in Greater Bendigo has been officially launched
Greater CREATIVE Bendigo strategy to be officially launched this evening
Engineers Australia welcomes Budj Bim UNESCO World Heritage listing
Jeddah Season Presents World with Multi-cultural Experiences in Saudi Arabia
Budj Bim Cultural Landscape gets World Heritage Listing
Equinor’s Bight Plans Rightly Knocked-Back by Regulator
Don’t forget to have your say about UNESCO biosphere nomination
Ballarat East Local Area Plan adopted
Australia’s UNESCO Commission endorses City of Gastronomy bid, next stop Paris
Help build a legacy for our children, and their children
2019 Bendigo Writers Festival program plaunched