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Victorians Encouraged To Become Life-Makers

For a long time, the possibility of starting a family through IVF has been out of reach for many Victorians – whether it be due to their health, location or financial circumstances.

Aged Care Study To Test Virus Fighting Technology

The Allan Labor Government is backing a world-leading study assessing the efficacy of germicidal ultraviolet light technology in a real-world setting to help reduce the level of COVID-19 and other airborne viruses in aged care residences.

Backing Victorian Business By Abolishing Stamp Duty

The Allan Labor Government’s landmark tax reform for Victorian businesses has passed Parliament, transitioning commercial and industrial properties away from stamp duty from 1 July 2024.

Victorian Early Years Awards Nominations Now Open

Nominations for the Victorian Early Years Awards are now open, and it’s time for Victorians to nominate their most innovative, inspiring and dedicated early years teachers, educators, organisations and programs.

77 Level Crossings Gone As Keon Parade Reopens

The Allan Labor Government has made Reservoir’s boom gates at Keon Parade a thing of the past – as Melbourne's 77th dangerous and congested level crossing is gone for good.

Digital Driver Licences Have Arrived

Victorians now have the option to carry their Driver Licence on their phone, as the Allan Labor Government begins its statewide roll out of the biggest digital card yet.

First Look At Housing Plans Across Ten Melbourne Suburbs

Communities across ten established Melbourne suburban centres are being given a first look and chance to have their say on Allan Labor Government plans to build more homes close to jobs, transport and public services.