The Andrews Labor Government is putting on extra public transport services and extending the Free Tram Zone this week as the AFL Grand Final Parade and blockbuster match draws closer.
New funding for university researchers will identify ways that make it easier for women and girls to partake in sport and recreation, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government is delivering an unprecedented investment in our future teachers through free secondary school teaching degrees from 2024, with enrolment numbers expected to grow significantly.
The Andrews Labor Government will launch Australia’s biggest ever urban renewal project: retiring and redeveloping all of Melbourne’s 44 ageing high-rise public housing estates to provide the thriving communities and modern homes Victorians deserve.
The Andrews Labor Government will introduce timetable changes next month to optimise the tram network and boost evening travel, so more Victorians can enjoy the city’s world-class nightlife and get home safely.
We’ll provide greater security to renters by preventing landlords from opportunistically raising the rent after they’ve evicted a renter on their first fixed term lease.
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting Victoria’s multicultural communities to celebrate, share and preserve their culture with a new round of festivals and events grants.
The Andrews Labor Government today released its landmark package to boost housing supply and affordability in Victoria – representing the biggest shake-up to planning and housing reform in generations.
More Victorians will have a place to call home in inner Melbourne, as the redevelopment of the old Carlton red brick public housing towers becomes the first Social Housing Accelerator project announced in the nation, thanks to the Andrews and Albanese Labor Governments.
The Andrews Labor Government has awarded more than $4.4 million worth of grants to Victorian youth and volunteer groups to further improve the state’s natural environment.
Thanks to the Andrews Labor Government, Victorians are one step closer to locally manufactured mRNA vaccines and medicines, with construction of Moderna’s mRNA vaccine manufacturing facility reaching the halfway mark, ahead of schedule.
The Andrews Labor Government will create more than 600 new jobs through Victoria’s Container Deposit Scheme (CDS Vic), which will reduce the state’s litter by up to half when it begins later this year.
Victorians are accessing Priority Primary Care Clinics (PPCCs) and the Victorian Virtual Emergency Department (VVED) as alternative urgent care options in record numbers – as our hardworking paramedics and emergency department staff face record demand.
The Andrews Labor Government is urging Victorians to stay safe on the roads during the school holidays, wear a seat belt and drive to the conditions.
More key workers and low-income Victorian families will have a place to call home thanks to an Andrews Labor Government initiative delivering more social and affordable housing.
The Magpie Nest housing program will continue to make improve the lives of more than 100 people experiencing or at risk of homelessness thanks to funding from the Andrews Labor Government.
The latest Seasonal Bushfire Outlook for spring suggests that Victorians can expect a drier and warmer spring, with a high chance of an earlier start to the fire season in the central, western and northern parts of the state.
The latest round of the Andrews Labor Government’s Sporting Club Grants Program will continue to break barriers for grassroots sport and recreation organisations, encouraging local communities to stay healthy and active.