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Ensuring The Health Of Port Phillip Bay

The Andrews Labor Government is supporting an Australian first underwater recovery program to restore critically endangered shellfish reefs and improve the health of Port Phillip Bay

Boosting Organic Recycling In Macedon

Macedon Ranges Shire Council is expanding their kerbside organic waste collection to include food organics and diverting thousands of tonnes of waste from landfill, thanks to a funding boost from the Andrews Labor Government.

ResourceSmart Schools Awards Entries Open

Victorian schools leading the way in minimising waste, saving energy and water, increasing biodiversity and tackling climate change are set to be recognised as part of the 2020 ResourceSmart Schools Awards.


The Andrews Labor Government is helping hold hundreds of multicultural festivals and events for Victorians to enjoy, including in Mill Park.


The City of Whittlesea is among 40 recipients across the state to share in the latest round of the Andrews Labor Government’s VicArts grants to boost Victorian creativity

Victoria Leads Call For Urgent Waste Funding From Feds

The Andrews Labor Government is calling for an urgent national funding plan to ensure the states are ready for the waste export ban when it is implemented next year. The National Meeting of Environment Ministers in Adelaide today reached an agreement to ban the export..

Extinct Fish Sighting Back From The Dead

An extremely rare fish thought to be extinct has been reportedly spotted for the first time in over two decades during a lake recovery project in regional Victoria. Two Southern Purple Spotted Gudgeon fish (Mogurnda adspersa) are believed to have been identified during fish population surveys at..

Protecting Victoria’s Forests And Threatened Species

The Andrews Labor Government has announced the largest environmental protection policy in the state’s history, with immediate protections for the iconic Greater Glider species, native fauna and Victoria’s remaining old-growth forest.