The wait is over for many Victorian students who will find out today if they have received a first-round university or TAFE offer.
Victorian parents returning from summer holidays are being urged to ensure their children are fully immunised before returning to childcare and school.
Australia’s first ever Apple Global Flagship Store will open at Federation Square, delivering more public space, visitors and events to Victoria, and creating hundreds of local jobs.
The Andrews Labor Government has joined forces with Sacred Heart Mission to develop a new approach to tackle chronic homelessness and support vulnerable Victorians.
The contracts to build the biggest public transport project in Victoria’s history and equip it with next-generation, high-capacity signalling have been signed.
In an Australian first the Andrews Labor Government will deliver free energy upgrades to 1,000 low income households in Western Melbourne and the Goulburn Valley.
Grassroots Victorian sports clubs and emerging athletes now have even more ways to unlock their potential with round six of the Victorian Government’s $4.6 million Sporting Club Grants Program now open.
Australia’s first specialist stand-alone heart hospital will become a reality with the Andrews Labor Government investing an additional $320 million to build the Victorian Heart Hospital.
The National Gallery of Victoria has launched its most ambitious exhibition to date, with works from more than 100 artists from 32 countries now on show as part of the NGV Triennial.
The Andrews Labor Government will invest more than $22 million as an immediate response to the Inquiry into Services for People with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Melbourne and Ballarat will shine more brightly than ever next year, with new projections, more live music and some old crowd favourites highlighting White Night 2018.
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From this Wednesday, trains will run beneath Campbellfield’s Camp Road for the first time, completing a month-long construction blitz five days ahead of schedule.
Premier @DanielAndrewsMP outlines the uniqueness of the Parthenon Marbles & their significance to Western civilisation. The Acropolis Museum in Athens is a stunning building constructed to be their home.
Victoria’s proud links with Lemnos have been observed at a special event marking the island’s place in Australia’s wartime history.
A new collaboration between the world-renowned Benaki Museum in Greece and Melbourne’s Hellenic Museum will see leading Australian artist Sam Jinks show a new major commission inspired by the Parthenon in Athens.
In an Australian first, a Victorian group based in Carlton, Melbourne will be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for its ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty prohibiting nuclear weapons globally.
Drivers on Plenty Road can look forward to a safer and less congested drive home, with early works on the Plenty Road upgrade set to get underway.