High rise public housing tenants at greatest risk from coronavirus will be offered private rental properties as part the Victorian Government’s ongoing efforts to keep them safe and supported throughout the pandemic.
The Matildas have their eyes set on home-country World Cup glory in 2023 – and a vision will soon start to form for a new permanent home for the national women’s soccer team in Melbourne’s north.
The Victorian Government is connecting Victorian volunteers with Victorians who need help, with a new online platform to match volunteers to roles where their skills are best suited.
Victorians now have access to an enduring memorial to remember people who have lost their lives or been injured on Victorian roads, with the first state-wide road trauma memorial now open on the Geelong waterfront.
The Victorian Government will move urgently to respond to victim-survivors who have raised concerns about their ability to share their stories.
The Victorian Government is providing $14 million for emergency services volunteers to fund new equipment and vehicles and support their tireless efforts keeping the community safe.
The Victorian Government is backing ten of Victoria’s celebrated creative organisations to become more inclusive, building a fairer and stronger creative sector for all Victorians.
The Victorian Government is supporting more women and children escape family violence with the rollout of the Orange Door Network in an additional five areas of the state, as we continue to implement all the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Family Violence.
The Victorian Government is meeting its legal obligations under the Murray Darling Basin Plan with new irrigation upgrade projects in the Goulburn Murray Irrigation District (GMID) that will have positive impacts for communities and the region - with consultation now underway.
The first of the Metro Tunnel’s tunnel boring machines (TBMs) has broken through at Parkville Station, as work continues on the biggest public transport project in Victoria’s history – supporting jobs and our economy through the coronavirus pandemic.
Sporting clubs from across Victoria are being urged to apply for funding to boost their equipment, skills and administration expertise.
Victoria’s world-leading medical researchers are making significant strides in the battle against coronavirus, with the Victorian Government providing support for projects on multiple fronts.
Victorian farmers will be able to hear stories from fellow producers around the state, along with advice and information with the launch of a new podcast from the Victorian Government.
The Victorian Training Awards 2020 finalists highlight the incredible talent in the state’s vocational training sector.
A big program of work is already underway to drive down coronavirus infections in our healthcare workers as new research released today confirms that most cases are acquiring the virus at work.
This year’s National Skills Week will showcase the exciting career pathways available to Victorians as the state responds and recovers from coronavirus.
Legislation changes will be introduced into the Victorian Parliament to ensure the public health directions protecting Victorians from coronavirus can continue to be enforced.
The Victorian Government is encouraging multicultural communities to get innovative and find new ways to celebrate despite the coronavirus pandemic.