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Authorised by Lily D'Ambrosio, Shop 2/30 Oleander Drive, Mill Park VIC 3082. Funded by Parliamentary Services Budget
  • 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

  • Energy, Environment, and Climate Change

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

  • Community

    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.

  • Solar Homes

    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.

Media Centre

Camping And Caravan Upgrades In Time For Summer

Holiday makers are now enjoying new and improved facilities at campgrounds and caravan parks across the state thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s $105 million...

Boosting Food Relief For Victorian Communities

The Andrews Labor Government is strengthening food relief services across the state to ensure healthy food reaches Victorians in need.

More Students To Benefit From School Breakfast Clubs

The School Breakfast Clubs program has reached a milestone with 1,000 schools now participating across Victoria, allowing more students to learn with a full stomach...

Permit System To Keep Victoria COVIDSafe

Victoria will establish a new permit system for all domestic travel into the state, helping to support Victoria’s rapid contact tracing efforts and giving Victorians...

Preparing For Summer And Keeping Kids Safe

Victorians are being urged to never leave kids in hot cars and to prepare for heatwaves this summer as new data reveals there have already...

Helping Victorians Recover From Alcohol And Drug Use

Victorians will have better access to specialist drug and alcohol treatment close to home thanks to a $52.1 million investment from the Andrews Labor Government...

 

Four More Level Crossings In The North To Go For Good

Crews are gearing up to start major construction work this year on the removal of four level crossings at Oakover Road, Bell Street, Cramer Street...

Healing For The Stolen Generations

The Andrews Labor Government is standing by members of the Stolen Generations to help them heal, reconnect and be well.

Support For Victorians With Anxiety

The Andrews Labor Government is ensuring Victorians struggling with anxiety and distress get the support they need.

Energy Efficient Social Housing

The Andrews Labor Government is ensuring thousands of social housing tenants benefit from reduced power bills thanks to improved energy efficiency of social housing properties.

Energy Efficient Social Housing

The Andrews Labor Government is ensuring thousands of social housing tenants benefit from reduced power bills thanks to improved energy efficiency of social housing properties.

Stepping Up Ladder Safety For Victorians

Victorians are being urged to put their safety first when using ladders for odd jobs, taking down Christmas decorations and DIY maintenance around the home, as part of an awareness campaign being launched today.   Run annually, The Ladder Safety Matters campaign extends across social and digital, with the aim to reduce serious injury, hospitalisations and deaths from ladder falls. Ladders are associated with more deaths and injuries that any other household product, with older people most likely to suffer serious injuries from a ladder fall. In Victoria alone, there is around 1200 emergency department presentations due to ladder falls and around six Victorians die as a result of falling from a ladder at home each year. The latest data shows hospital admissions for ladder falls around the home have gone up by 22 per cent over the five years to 2018/19 – from 614 to 752. The number of men hospitalised increased by 16 per cent from 474 to 549 and concerningly the number of women jumped by 45 per cent – from 140 to 203. Sixty-one per cent of all hospital admissions were people aged 60 and over, and men aged from 40 to 79 made up more than half (55 per cent) of the people who presented to hospital emergency departments after falling off a ladder. People who are hospitalised after a ladder fall commonly suffer bone fractures, open wounds and head injuries, including concussion. Physical injury is often linked to long-term psychological trauma, loss of mobility and independence for older people. Most ladder injuries are preventable, which is why older Victorians should be cautious and not take shortcuts. People should always maintain three points of contact, use two hands when climbing and when using a tool, make sure both feet and your other hand are secure on the ladder. It is important to work within your limits and make sure another person is at home while you are on a ladder, in case you need help. Having another person around can hold the ladder to ensure it doesn’t slip.

Stepping Up Ladder Safety For Victorians

Victorians are being urged to put their safety first when using ladders for odd jobs, taking down Christmas decorations and DIY maintenance around the home, as part of an awareness campaign being launched today.   Run annually, The Ladder Safety Matters campaign extends across social and digital, with the aim to reduce serious injury, hospitalisations and deaths from ladder falls. Ladders are associated with more deaths and injuries that any other household product, with older people most likely to suffer serious injuries from a ladder fall. In Victoria alone, there is around 1200 emergency department presentations due to ladder falls and around six Victorians die as a result of falling from a ladder at home each year. The latest data shows hospital admissions for ladder falls around the home have gone up by 22 per cent over the five years to 2018/19 – from 614 to 752. The number of men hospitalised increased by 16 per cent from 474 to 549 and concerningly the number of women jumped by 45 per cent – from 140 to 203. Sixty-one per cent of all hospital admissions were people aged 60 and over, and men aged from 40 to 79 made up more than half (55 per cent) of the people who presented to hospital emergency departments after falling off a ladder. People who are hospitalised after a ladder fall commonly suffer bone fractures, open wounds and head injuries, including concussion. Physical injury is often linked to long-term psychological trauma, loss of mobility and independence for older people. Most ladder injuries are preventable, which is why older Victorians should be cautious and not take shortcuts. People should always maintain three points of contact, use two hands when climbing and when using a tool, make sure both feet and your other hand are secure on the ladder. It is important to work within your limits and make sure another person is at home while you are on a ladder, in case you need help. Having another person around can hold the ladder to ensure it doesn’t slip.

Mapping The Health Of Victorians Through The Decades

Victorian researchers are embarking on one of the largest health studies in the world, tracking a whole generation of Victorians to paint a complete picture...