Minister for Small Business Jaala Pulford said up to 10 industry and business associations would be backed to employ a mental health specialist in their team, providing direct support to small businesses that are doing it tough.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping communities transform sports facilities, build female friendly change rooms and light up more sports fields through new Local Sports Infrastructure Fund grants.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping tell stories of Aboriginal cultures, resilience and communities as part of a new campaign that urges all Victorians to feel pride on our path to Treaty, truth and justice.
A new multi-million-dollar Hydrogen Hub in Melbourne’s south east funded by the Andrews Labor Government will create hundreds of jobs and help develop new technologies to make energy cheaper and cleaner.
Work on the Diamond Creek Trail extension has entered its final stage, thanks to funding from the Andrews Labor Government.
The first stage of the Commonwealth’s coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination program will be ready to be rolled out in Victoria for high-risk, priority people at nine suburban and regional health services across the state as soon as a vaccine is available.
The Andrews Labor Government is reducing the cost of energy for Victorians doing it tough, with a one-off $250 payment to help with their energy bills.
A Melbourne-based app made by and for tradies to help manage their businesses is one of eight new providers to join the Andrews Labor Government’s Small Business Digital Adaptation Program.
Victoria’s staged return to work will be accelerated this month with new health advice allowing office-based workers to return to 75 per cent capacity.
The Andrews Labor Government is making recreational boating better and more accessible for all Victorians providing $1.5 million in funding to eligible organisations under its latest grants program.
The debut novel by Victorian writer Laura Jean McKay has taken out Australia’s richest literary prize at the 2021 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards.
Thousands of Victorian children are starting at Three-Year-Old Kindergarten from this week, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s landmark early childhood education reform.