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Entry to our 8-week challenge is now CLOSED. Thank you to all those who participated to get fit and be healthy. For more information please contact getmoving@melbourne.vic.gov.au 

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The City of Melbourne is launching the Get Moving initiative as part of the Partnership for Healthy Cities, a global network of cities committed to reducing noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) and injuries. The Partnership is led by World Health Organisation (WHO) Global Ambassador for NCDs and former New York City Mayor, Michael R. Bloomberg. City of Melbourne has worked alongside Bloomberg Philanthropies and implementing partner Vital Strategies to develop Get Moving. Use the link below to find out more about the Partnership and its collaborators.

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