The Andrews Labor Government is backing the work of Victoria’s Community Legal Centres with more funding to help them support more Victorians.
Congratulations to the Australian Vietnamese Womens Association, Banksia Gardens Community Services, Merri Health and HealthWest in receiving funding for projects that seek to prevent family violence and all forms of violence against women across our Northern Metropolitan community.
Thanks to the Andrews Government carers are getting more opportunities to be healthy, active and well with applications now open for grants to help local carer groups across Victoria.
Families living in inner city Melbourne will soon be able to ditch the dreaded ‘double-drop off’ as the Andrews Labor Government gets on with building kindergartens at all new primary schools.
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.
The Andrews Labor Government’s investment in more police, greater protection and better prevention is helping make Victoria a safer place.
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.
People in Melbourne’s north are getting their first look at the new Moreland and Coburg Stations today as part of a project that will remove four level crossings and see the area transformed.
A program to help public housing tenants get jobs has given more than 1,100 Victorians a leg up into employment.
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.
One thousand new public housing properties will be built to help get more Victorians off the streets and into a home of their own, so they can turn their lives around.
More than one million passengers have used the $600 million Mernda Rail line, nine months on from the extension opening.
The Andrews Labor Government is getting on with the $271.55 million Stage 3 redevelopment of Melbourne Park, with Lendlease Building Contractors appointed to manage delivery of the major project.
Three tram stops on Nicholson Street will be upgraded over the next week, making it safer and easier for passengers to get on and off trams on one of Melbourne’s busiest routes.
Moreland residents will benefit from new lighting at six popular parks thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.