As we begin our state’s slow recovery, this year’s Budget invests in the health and wellbeing of our loved ones, by continuing the fundamental rebuild of Victoria's mental health system.
The Victorian Budget 2020/21 invests more than $300 million to help draw more overseas investment, support local industries and create jobs here in Victoria.
Women will be able to access the opportunities they deserve to train, develop and increase their economic security, all while worrying less about juggling it all at home.
Now, more than ever, Victoria needs to support and attract the best and brightest minds to make the breakthroughs that will save lives, drive our economy and change the world.
Many small business owners have had to put their plans on hold this year. We want to make sure they can come back stronger than ever before, investing billions of dollars to back local businesses and grow local jobs.
The pandemic has made paying the rent hard for many Victorians.
Real recovery from this pandemic will rely on supporting Victorians to train, retrain and find new opportunities.
The Andrews Labor Government is putting Victoria’s greatest asset at the centre of its economic recovery – its people.
Families have missed so much this year. The Andrews Labor Government wants to make sure Victorians can get back to the things they love – enjoyed with the people they love – with a $164 million investment in sport and recreation.
The Andrews Labor Government will overhaul Victoria’s school-based vocational education with a new integrated end-of-school certificate – ensuring wherever they go to school, every student will be able to do both academic and vocational subjects.
This year, the global pandemic has shone a bright light on some of the darkest cracks in our nation’s economy and our society – none more so than insecure work.
The Melbourne Airport Rail Link route will take travellers into the heart of the CBD in less than 30 minutes following an historic agreement announced today between the Australian and Victorian governments
Today marks one year since Victoria’s first Code Red day in nearly a decade, when lightning strikes ignited the bushfires that ravaged East Gippsland and North East Victoria and heralded the start of a devastating fire season.
The hard work and dedication of those who enhance and protect Victoria’s precious coastal and marine environments has been celebrated at the inaugural Victorian Marine and Coastal Awards.