The Andrews Labor Government is cutting energy bills for public schools and making them more environmentally sustainable.
The Andrews Labor Government’s Business Recovery and Resilience Mentoring program has allowed businesses to step back from the coalface and gain advice on digital opportunities, preparing and implementing business plans, improving time management, identifying new opportunities and rethinking marketing strategies.
More Victorian schools will get additional support to help teach students about the Holocaust and stamp out antisemitism, thanks to an expanded partnership between the Andrews Labor Government and Gandel Philanthropy.
Melbourne’s ground-breaking production of hit play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child resumes tonight after an 11-month hiatus, underlining Victoria’s continued recovery and reinvigoration of its cultural and community life.
High-achieving VCE students are one step closer to getting a ‘head start’ on their university education with the appointment of a builder for a new $27.5 million state-of-the-art learning centre.
New support has been announced for small businesses, including sole traders, most impacted by the coronavirus circuit-breaker action – with hospitality, tourism, events and creative industries operators to benefit from grants.
People who are drunk in public will get the health support and help they need with laws to decriminalise public drunkenness passing Parliament today
Workers most likely to come into direct contact with a suspected coronavirus (COVID-19) case will be the first Victorians vaccinated under the Commonwealth’s COVID-19 vaccination program.
Victoria’s economy is continuing to bounce back with more jobs created in Victoria than anywhere else in the nation in January.
Women leaving prison will now have more support for housing security, financial independence and improved employment prospects.