The Andrews Labor Government’s renewal of a North Melbourne public housing estate includes provision for much-needed, new education and arts facilities, helping relieve pressure on inner city schools.
Construction is underway on a new state-of-the-art Victoria Police headquarters in Melbourne’s CBD.
Melbourne has been named the World’s Most Liveable City for an incredible seventh-straight year.
The Andrews Labor Government’s efforts to prevent family violence will be presented today as part of a Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV) showcase.
The Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People, Andrew Jackomos, has advised the Government that he will not seek reappointment when his current term ends next year.
The Andrews Labor Government is partnering with some of Victoria’s largest businesses to break down barriers to employment and ensure no Victorian jobseeker gets left behind.
The Andrews Labor Government has created 20 new senior jobs for allied health professionals to further develop their skills through ground breaking clinical research and education that will improve quality of care for patients.
Community and homelessness organisations across the state will share in over $27 million in funding from the Andrews Labor Government to provide housing for vulnerable Victorians.
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The Andrews Labor Government is making long service leave fairer for women, families and those transitioning to retirement.
The Victorian Government is getting on with giving young Victorians the vital swim skills they need providing $400,000 towards the 2018 VICSWIM Summer Kidz Program.
The Andrews Labor Government is bringing White Night back to Melbourne and back to Ballarat for a second time in 2018.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping to change the lives of more Victorians, announcing new funding for programs to support ex-offenders into jobs.
The Andrews Labor Government will support specialised family violence services for Victoria’s LGBTI community.
Victorians who have made a significant impact on the lives of others through community education will be recognised at this year’s Victorian Learn Local Awards.
Taungurung Traditional Owner Mick Harding has become the first Aboriginal person in history to address the Victorian Cabinet.
The missing link in Melbourne’s road network is one step closer, with the Andrews Labor Government today unveiling the four potential corridor options for the North East Link.
Works are about to kick off on State Library Victoria’s Vision 2020 project, with Built construction group appointed as head contractor for the $88.1 million redevelopment.