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  • About Lily

    Lily D'Ambrosio has been the member for the Mill Park District since 2002. She is currently serving as the Minister for Energy, Environment, and Climate Change, And Minister for Solar Homes in the Andrews Labor Government.

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    Media releases of what Lily and the Andrews Labor Government are been doing around the Mill Park District and Victoria

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    See what Lily has been doing to help better the Environment and fight Climate Change

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    Mill Park and its residents are very important to Lily. For help or inquiries about the Mill Park District, please contact Lily’s Electorate Office at 9422 5171.

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    Check out what Lily is doing for Victorians in the new Ministry of Solar Homes

  • About Lily

    Lily D'Ambrosio has been the member for the Mill Park District since 2002. She is currently serving as the Minister for Energy, Environment, and Climate Change, And Minister for Solar Homes in the Andrews Labor Government.

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New Departments To Deliver A Healthier, Fairer Victoria

As we move into the recovery phase of the pandemic, the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) will be separated into two new departments...

New Check-In System For Businesses Across Victoria

Victorian business owners across the state can now access a free QR Code Service which will help make things easy as we continue our economic recovery. The Victorian Government’s QR Code Service can be used by businesses and venues to keep records of visitors to help us stay safe and stay open. It’s as simple as registering your business, downloading and printing a poster with the Victorian Government QR Code and displaying it prominently in your business. Businesses or venues with multiple outlets or spaces can register for multiple QR codes.  Visitors simply need to scan the QR code using their smartphone camera. For those with up-to-date smartphone software, a pop-up will appear asking for a first name and contact number. For other users, they will be directed to download the Service Victoria mobile App from the Apple or Google Play app stores to complete the check-in. A unique six letter code entered on a web site will be on each QR code poster, for visitors to check-in also. In Victoria, some businesses, workplaces and premises must request that each person who attends the premise for more than 15 minutes provide their first name and phone number. For smaller hospitality venues with a density limit of one person for every two square metres – up to 50 customers – QR code record keeping is now mandatory. All businesses and venues are still required to have pen and paper record keeping on hand as an ultimate backup, if a visitor prefers to not use the QR code method. All data collected through the Victorian Government QR code is securely stored, protecting customers from on selling of contact details. Data will be deleted after 28 days unless it is specifically requested by the Department of Health and Human Services for contact tracing purposes. For businesses or venues that are currently using an existing market-led QR code solution, the Government is working with the sector to develop an Application Programming Interface to allow these systems to link directly into DHHS Contact Tracing systems when check-in data is required. Victorian businesses and venues can now go to coronavirus.vic.gov.au/qrcode to register and be sent their unique QR code to display for visitors to scan and check-in.

New Check-In System For Businesses Across Victoria

Victorian business owners across the state can now access a free QR Code Service which will help make things easy as we continue our economic recovery. The Victorian Government’s QR Code Service can be used by businesses and venues to keep records of visitors to help us stay safe and stay open. It’s as simple as registering your business, downloading and printing a poster with the Victorian Government QR Code and displaying it prominently in your business. Businesses or venues with multiple outlets or spaces can register for multiple QR codes.  Visitors simply need to scan the QR code using their smartphone camera. For those with up-to-date smartphone software, a pop-up will appear asking for a first name and contact number. For other users, they will be directed to download the Service Victoria mobile App from the Apple or Google Play app stores to complete the check-in. A unique six letter code entered on a web site will be on each QR code poster, for visitors to check-in also. In Victoria, some businesses, workplaces and premises must request that each person who attends the premise for more than 15 minutes provide their first name and phone number. For smaller hospitality venues with a density limit of one person for every two square metres – up to 50 customers – QR code record keeping is now mandatory. All businesses and venues are still required to have pen and paper record keeping on hand as an ultimate backup, if a visitor prefers to not use the QR code method. All data collected through the Victorian Government QR code is securely stored, protecting customers from on selling of contact details. Data will be deleted after 28 days unless it is specifically requested by the Department of Health and Human Services for contact tracing purposes. For businesses or venues that are currently using an existing market-led QR code solution, the Government is working with the sector to develop an Application Programming Interface to allow these systems to link directly into DHHS Contact Tracing systems when check-in data is required. Victorian businesses and venues can now go to coronavirus.vic.gov.au/qrcode to register and be sent their unique QR code to display for visitors to scan and check-in.

Victoria Supports New Sanctions For Redress Scheme

The Andrews Labor Government welcomes the Commonwealth Government’s plans to strip organisations of their charitable status if they fail to join the National Redress Scheme...

Backing New Energy Breakthroughs And Victorian Jobs

The Andrews Labor Government is fast-tracking the next generation of renewable energy, with more than $100 million to unlock the next wave of cleaner, more...

BUDGET 2020/2021 - BUDGET REPLY

The Victorian Budget 2020/21 delivers on the investments that will see our community recover – and come back even stronger. As kids get back into the classroom, this Budget delivers the single biggest investment ever in our schools – making sure students have the classrooms, libraries and learning spaces they deserve. Here is my Budget Reply in the Victorian Parliament. [video width="640" height="360" mp4="http://www.lilydambrosio.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Morning-Session-19700101-6518.07-7426.57.mp4"][/video]

BUDGET 2020/2021 - BUDGET REPLY

The Victorian Budget 2020/21 delivers on the investments that will see our community recover – and come back even stronger. As kids get back into the classroom, this Budget delivers the single biggest investment ever in our schools – making sure students have the classrooms, libraries and learning spaces they deserve. Here is my Budget Reply in the Victorian Parliament. [video width="640" height="360" mp4="http://www.lilydambrosio.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Morning-Session-19700101-6518.07-7426.57.mp4"][/video]

New Support For Victorian Alpine Businesses

The Andrews Labor Government is backing businesses in the state’s alpine resorts to recover after their operations were devastated by bushfires and coronavirus across 2020.

 

Putting Communities At The Heart Of Our Recovery

With $148 million for local government and suburban development, the Andrews Labor Government will deliver on the projects that matter to local families – at...

BUDGET 2020/21 - Giving Business A Tax Break To Create Jobs

The Victorian Budget 2020/21 invests $1.5 billion in new tax relief for Victorian businesses and families.

BUDGET 2020/21 - Backing Australia's Cultural Capital And The Jobs It Creates

The Andrews Labor Government will invest more than $1.46 billion to transform Melbourne’s Arts Precinct –bringing visitors from interstate and overseas, creating thousands of Victorian...

BUDGET 2020/21 - Planning Revamp To Boost Economic Recovery And Jobs

As businesses reopen and people get back to work, the Andrews Labor Government will invest $111 million to unlock Victoria’s planning system, speeding up delivery...

BUDGET 2020/21 - Building Our Recovery Workforce To Support Our State

The Andrews Labor Government will invest $235 million to build our Recovery Workforce to create 500 new jobs across mental health, family violence, health and...

BUDGET 2020/21 - A Fairer Future For Aboriginal Victorians

Building a fairer future for our state means making sure Aboriginal Victorians get the support — and the say – they need and deserve. That’s...