The Andrews Labor Government is bringing lived experience to the heart of the mental health sector, launching a new workforce initiative as vital work continues to transform Victoria’s Mental Health and Wellbeing system.
The Andrews Labor Government is putting young people’s experiences, needs and ideas at the centre of its plan to support young Victorians and their recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Victorians needing elective surgery will get the tailored care they need faster, thanks to a new public surgery centre set to open in Melbourne’s east later this year.
A new Graduate Certificate in Crime Prevention will be one of the first qualifications of its kind to be offered in Australia, thanks to support from the Andrews Labor Government.
Victorian teachers will be supported to retrain as vocational specialists, and those working in in-demand trades can upskill to become teachers, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s huge boost to applied learning.
Victoria’s biggest celebration of live music is set to boost tourism and businesses right across the state with the reveal of the Andrews Labor Government’s ALWAYS LIVE program.
As families begin to make choices about their child's education for 2023, the Andrews Labor Government is encouraging every Victorian family to enrol their child into newly Free Kinder.
The Andrews Labor Government is putting workers first and recognising excellent employers by prioritising suppliers and businesses that have fair labour standards and do the right thing by their staff.
The Andrews Labor Government is addressing accessibility issues for taxi and rideshare passengers with low mobility, encouraging drivers to prioritise bookings through a boost to the Multi-Purpose Taxi Program (MPTP).
The Andrews Labor Government is investing in research projects to build on its nation leading reforms and develop solutions to prevent and respond to family violence.
The Andrews Labor Government will provide free N95 and KN95 masks to protect some of the most vulnerable members of our community and help reduce transmission of COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases.
The Commonwealth Games baton has been passed to Victoria and now it’s full steam ahead for the 2026 Games in regional Victoria in 1,316 days.
The first monkeypox vaccines will today arrive in Victoria, with the vaccinations of eligible people set to begin this week.
The Andrews Labor Government is continuing to invest in the science behind mRNA – bringing together Victoria’s greatest researchers with an innovation hub.
Applications are now open for round two of the Diverse Communities Mental Health & Wellbeing Grants, which are available for organisations that support and promote the mental health and wellbeing of Victoria’s diverse communities.
In an Australian-first, Victoria will have fair access to community sporting facilities for every participant, thanks to an Andrews Labor Government initiative.
Australia’s leading children’s hospital will soon be able to treat thousands more patients – with a multi-million-dollar expansion of The Royal Children’s Hospital’s emergency department now underway. Minister for Health Mary-Anne Thomas today announced builders have officially started construction on stage two of the redevelopment..
The latest release of quarterly performance data confirms Victoria’s health system is under unprecedented pressure - like every health system across the country - from a busy flu season and the continued pressure from the COVID-19 pandemic.