The Andrews Labor Government is continuing to help Victorians get into the housing market and ease the financial burden of the pandemic, with new data highlighting the benefits of housing grants and tax relief.
Victoria is safely re-opening to the world with national carrier Qantas resuming international flights from Melbourne Airport today – reinstating our position as a global destination of choice.
More than fifty of Melbourne’s most dangerous and congested level crossings are officially gone for good, marking a golden milestone for the Andrews Labor Government’s city-changing Level Crossing Removal Project – delivered 12 months ahead of schedule.
The Victorian Government has confirmed that international students arriving in Melbourne under the Government’s Student Arrivals Plan do not have to quarantine, provided they can demonstrate to the Commonwealth they meet vaccination conditions.
The Andrews Labor Government is calling on the Commonwealth to help make it easier for people in regional and rural areas to connect to vital telecommunications, especially during emergencies.
A program of works to improve reliability and passenger experience on Melbourne’s iconic tram fleet has passed the halfway mark, boosting employment and injecting money into the local manufacturing economy.
Grassroots sports clubs and organisations across Victoria can now apply for grants for new uniforms and to support volunteer and coach training, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government will more than double the capacity of Victoria’s Youth Prevention and Recovery Care (YPARC) network, giving more young Victorians access to the mental health services they need closer to home.
The Andrews Labor Government is giving Victorian teachers the opportunity to strengthen their skills and knowledge in inclusive education to continue supporting students of all abilities.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping the next wave of Victorian kids learn to swim and have fun safely at the beach and in the pool this summer.
The Andrews Labor Government is launching Australia’s first licensing scheme for businesses working with engineered stone to protect Victorian workers from exposure to dangerous silica dust.
New parents will soon have better access to the vital mental health support they need, with an investment from the Andrews Labor Government to expand and reform community perinatal mental health teams across the state.
The Victorian Government is bringing kindergartens and long daycare centres in line with school settings, providing free rapid antigen test kits to help manage coronavirus outbreaks and limit disruption to children’s learning.
The Andrews Labor Government is ensuring nobody is left behind by addressing the barriers to getting vaccinated for vulnerable Victorians.
More elective surgery will resume in Melbourne and Geelong from Monday, with current COVID hospitalisation numbers allowing for a safe and modest restart of non-urgent elective surgery in the private sector.
The Andrews Labor Government is making Victoria’s Tech Schools more high-tech than ever, with funding for equipment like robots, benchtop milling machines and spectrometers to help them deliver innovative science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) programs.
Hundreds of Victorian university students are helping deliver more jabs in arms, joining the frontline workforce administering lifesaving coronavirus vaccinations.
Victorians are being asked to share their experiences of racism and ideas to tackle it to help shape the state’s first anti-racism strategy.