The development of Victoria’s next generation of cyber security experts will be fast-tracked when they are drafted to the front line of the state's cyber defence operations in the coming months.
Treasurer Tim Pallas will visit China’s premier trade expo in coming days, promoting job-creating Victorian exports to the state’s biggest trading partner.
The Allan Labor Government is helping keep Victorians safe with the installation of world-leading bushfire safety technology completed across the state.
The Allan Labor Government is urging Victorians to be proactive in protecting themselves from mosquito-borne diseases this season, with warm weather elevating the risk of transmission in a number of regions across the state.
More than 100 school students have rubbed shoulders with the stars of the Melbourne Renegades Women’s team today, batting and bowling across cricket clinics as part of the Allan Labor Government’s Active Schools program.
The Allan Labor Government has today introduced a bill to Parliament to modernise WorkCover and reinforce its financial health so that it can continue to help injured Victorians return to work now and into the future.
Victoria leads all states and territories in job-creating economic performance, new independent analysis published today has found.
The State Electricity Commission (SEC) is back – and is set to attract and train a new energy workforce, as Victoria powers towards its target of 95 per cent renewable energy by 2035.
The Allan Labor Government is delivering on its promise to improve access to health care for more Victorians, with community pharmacists able to provide treatment and advice for a range of common conditions from today.
The State Electricity Commission (SEC) is officially back, and set to lead Victoria’s renewable energy transition with a focus on supply, homes and people.
Hundreds of Victorians are learning valuable Auslan skills in preparation for careers working with deaf and hard-of-hearing people – without tuition fees – as part of the Allan Labor Government’s Free TAFE program.
The last of Victoria’s state-funded GP respiratory clinics (GPRCs) will transition back to regular GP practices as we continue to wind down our pandemic response.
Victorian agriculture researchers now have greater capacity to explore medicinal innovations and improved food production thanks to the opening of new facilities at Agribio research centre at La Trobe University.
Victorian mothers who had their babies removed under historical forced adoption practices will soon be able to access a new redress scheme, recognising the profound and enduring impact of these practices.