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Applications Open For Community Road Safety Funding

Victorian councils, schools and not-for-profit organisations can now apply for Allan Labor Government funding to improve road safety and reduce the number of lives lost on local roads.

Celebrating Our Cultural Diversity

Tens of thousands of people will gather across the state at celebrations hosted by Victoria’s diverse multicultural communities over the next month - supported by the Allan Labor Government’s $12 million investment to promote and grow our multicultural festivals.

Grand Prix On Track To Drive Jobs Boost For Victorians

The 2024 Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix is set to top last year’s record-breaking crowds, with support from the Allan Labor Government ensuring the event is an epic boost for local jobs, visitation and our economy.

More Mental Health And Addiction Specialists

The Allan Labor Government is ensuring mental health professionals have the skills they need to support Victorians living with addiction – awarding 20 scholarships to upskill the workforce and expand access to care.

Nominations Open For Victorian Learn Local Awards

The Allan Labor Government is shining a light on the adult and community education sector, with learners, trainers and community training providers celebrated in the annual 2024 Victorian Learn Local Awards.

Works Underway At All Suburban Rail Loop Stations

Construction is now underway at all six station sites on the first stage of the Allan Labor Government’s Suburban Rail Loop project, in anticipation for tunneling to begin in 2026.

Investing In Victoria’s Cancer Research

The Allan Labor Government is supporting Victorian cancer researchers with $8.8 million in funding to support new discoveries for cancers with low survival rates including ovarian and brain cancer.

A New Social Services Regulator With Stronger Powers

Vulnerable Victorians will be better protected with the new Social Services Regulator commencing next Monday, 5 February – set to streamline and simplify regulation of social services and reduce red tape.