It was wonderful to meet members of the South Sudanese Community Association today to hear about how they are empowering young people in their community. The Andrews Labor Government’s Empower Youth Program is funding 8 organisations to make sure that every young person has the..
This morning Martin Foley MP and Minister for Education James Merlino turned the first sod to mark the start of construction of the new South Melbourne Park Primary School.
Korin Korin Balit-Djak means 'growing very strong'.
Finalists for the 2017 Victorian Early Years Awards.
Today marks the start of Child Protection Week. Our Child Protection Practitioners play an important role in our community ensuring Victorian Children have a good childhood.
Work is kicking off on the $88.1 million project to transform State Library Victoria following the latest multi-million dollar donation to the project and more than $60 million from the Andrews Labor Government.
What do young children get out of reading books?
It’s not too later to sign up for the Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge! Sharing books with children is one of the most powerful things families and early childhood educators can do to help build a child’s love of literature and reading. Head to your local..
Carlton Gardens Primary School received one of our new three-storey state-of-the-art buildings.
Applications have opened for the annual Victorian International Education Awards that celebrate the accomplishments and contributions of Victoria’s best and brightest international students.
Victoria's Foster Carers are the unsung heroes of our community, they open their hearts and homes to the most vulnerable children in Victoria.
The $148 million initiative represents the most significant government investment in renewable energy in Victoria's history.
Catch the final moments of the 2017 Youth Parliament of Victoria below as Youth Governor, Amanda Gailiss hands me the bills which passed over the course of the week.
The theme for this year’s NAIDOC Week is Our Languages Matter. It emphasises the part languages play in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural identity, linking people to their land and water, as well as the expression of Indigenous history, spirituality and rites through story and song.
With these lifesaving changes we have seen not only faster responses, but the right responses. For a powerful message about the importance of saving triple zero calls for emergencies, listen to Will's story.