More families living in Bayswater will have access to kinder and childcare places and Maternal and Child Health Services, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
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Hundreds of people have signed up so far to join Victoria’s child protection ranks as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s unprecedented recruitment campaign.
Students at the Northern College of the Arts and Technology in Preston will enjoy a major new performing arts facility thanks to a $9 million investment by the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government has thanked Andrew Jackomos for his work and dedication as he prepares to step down as the first ever Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People after almost five years.
Victoria is again leading the nation on gender equality by ensuring there is an even number of women and men nominated for 2018 Order of Australia awards.
The Andrews Labor Government is strengthening support for Aboriginal women impacted by family violence in Geelong by providing culturally sensitive support services. Minister for Families and Children Jenny Mikakos today launched a new support program run by the Wathaurong Aboriginal Cooperative called ‘Dalag Walert’ (meaning..
The Andrews Labor Government is trialling innovative new ways to support vulnerable families at risk of involvement with child protection or out-of-home care.
The Andrews Labor Government is doing more to bolster Victoria’s scouting credentials, with funding to establish 12 new groups and encourage more participation from young culturally diverse people and those from regional areas.
Parents are being warned not to leave their children in cars this summer as new statistics reveal the top 10 postcodes for ambulance call outs to kids stuck in vehicles.
The Andrews Labor Government has cracked down on more than 60 dodgy childcare providers over the past year for failing to provide the high quality education and care Victorian kids deserve.
The Andrews Labor Government is increasing support for new mothers and their babies experiencing family violence through extra Maternal and Child Health (MCH) service consultations and nurse training.