The Andrews Labor Government will make assisted reproductive treatment fairer, more affordable and easier to access for all Victorians, as part of once-in-a-generation reforms.
The Andrews Labor Government will remove the next dangerous and congested level crossing on the Craigieburn line by building a rail trench under Glenroy Road in Glenroy.
White Night Reimagined will dazzle and delight for another year, with the Andrews Labor Government unveiling the 2019 program for the three-night creative celebration that will bring Melbourne to life after dark.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping more kindergartens upgrade their playgrounds and buildings and buy new equipment to support children with additional needs.
A huge new collaborative art piece, painted by local and Wurundjeri artists, has been unveiled along the Chandler Highway bridge underpass as the finishing touches continue on this important upgrade.
A program to help public housing tenants get jobs has given more than 1,100 Victorians a leg up into employment.
More Victorian patients will receive care they can count on, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s record investment in building and running our hospitals.
Patients in Victorian public hospitals will get the support they need if they’re experiencing family violence, with new funding to train health workers in spotting the signs and offering help.
Hundreds of young people experiencing homelessness will have access to a groundbreaking 24/7 refuge with crisis support in central Melbourne, with the upgrade of Frontyard Youth Services.
The Andrews Labor Government is delivering the biggest reform in the history of early childhood education in Victoria to provide all three-year-old children access to subsidised kinder.