Today marks a significant milestone for Phillip Island Nature Park and the very popular little penguins − which were put on the map as a must-see experience 100 years ago today.
The Andrews Labor Government has launched new school policies and resources to promote the importance of collaboration and respectful behaviours between parents and carers and school staff.
The Andrews Labor Government is further cementing Victoria’s status as the clean energy capital of Australia, with a funding boost of $40 million for offshore wind projects to drive jobs and bring forward the next wave of renewable energy opportunities.
The Andrews Labor Government is continuing to help Victorians get into the housing market and ease the financial burden of the pandemic, with new data highlighting the benefits of housing grants and tax relief.
The Andrews Labor Government is one step closer to finalising its new container deposit scheme, with expressions of interest (EOI) from qualified organisations to run the scheme now open.
Victoria is powering towards its renewable energy target with more than 1 gigawatt of energy capacity coming from solar panels installed through the Solar Homes Program − that’s three million panels powering more than 165,000 Victorian homes.
Victoria is safely re-opening to the world with national carrier Qantas resuming international flights from Melbourne Airport today – reinstating our position as a global destination of choice.
More than fifty of Melbourne’s most dangerous and congested level crossings are officially gone for good, marking a golden milestone for the Andrews Labor Government’s city-changing Level Crossing Removal Project – delivered 12 months ahead of schedule.
The Victorian Government has confirmed that international students arriving in Melbourne under the Government’s Student Arrivals Plan do not have to quarantine, provided they can demonstrate to the Commonwealth they meet vaccination conditions.
The Andrews Labor Government is calling on the Commonwealth to help make it easier for people in regional and rural areas to connect to vital telecommunications, especially during emergencies.
The Andrews Labor Government has enlisted the help of the United Nations System Staff College to give those leading the transition to Victoria’s circular economy the best knowledge and practice to get the job done.
Victoria will have 50 aircraft strategically placed across the state over the summer season to assist fighting fires and help keep communities safe.
Grassroots sports clubs and organisations across Victoria can now apply for grants for new uniforms and to support volunteer and coach training, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.