Thousands of students will start 2021 in new schools, as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s commitment to open 100 new schools.
A new building blitz at intersections around the state will focus on improving safety for families and school children at over 55 schools, shopping strips and intersections.
The Andrews Labor Government is encouraging organisations interested in supporting Victoria’s new registration scheme for professional engineers to develop and submit assessment schemes.
The Andrews Labor Government will introduce reforms to improve the local government rates system in response to a major review.
Victoria will be the home of the National Basketball League next year, hosting an exclusive four-week NBL Melbourne Hub featuring all nine NBL teams from 20 February.
Minister for Local Government Shaun Leane and Lily D’Ambrosio MP, State member for Mill Park today announced libraries in the City of Whittlesea will receive $1,367,501 in funding to buy new books and collection items, run online services and deliver outreach programs.
Victoria’s most iconic Big Build projects will be the training ground for the state’s next generation of skilled workers under a $33.2 million investment to boost apprenticeships and traineeships.
Major congestion-busting upgrades to four of Melbourne’s busiest suburban thoroughfares will be kick-started early in the new year as part of a new approach to delivering vital road projects.
The Andrews Labor Government is ensuring new career opportunities for women in local government, with applications open for the Women Building Surveyors Program.
More than 160 Victorian business chambers and local councils have led from the front during a tough year, signing up for specialist mental health training so they can better help small businesses.
The Andrews Labor Government is building a stronger and more accessible justice system to improve the safety of family violence victims and help reduce delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
New $200 travel vouchers will be made available to Victorians as a show of good faith after heavy demand for the initiative yesterday caused long delays for people planning summer trips to regional Victoria.