A new state disability plan released by the Andrews Labor Government will drive change towards a fairer community supporting every Victorian to fully participate in all areas of life.
Victorians who work in casual or other insecure jobs will no longer be forced to choose between a day’s pay and looking after their health, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s Victorian Sick Pay Guarantee.
A major redevelopment of La Trobe University’s Sports Park in Bundoora is supporting more than 600 jobs during construction, and providing a home for the Matildas and our future football and rugby stars.
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting more Aboriginal Victorians to get into the game by providing grants for travel to sporting events or to purchase uniforms and equipment.
A bipartisan Parliamentary Committee has found the Commonwealth Government’s distribution of GST revenue to Victoria is unfair and stands to cost the state billions of dollars.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping hundreds of industry experts upskill to become TAFE teachers under an incentive program that is bringing extensive industry experience into classrooms across the state.
A new research and insights initiative from the Andrews Labor Government is aiming to close the gender gap in sport. Launched at the Change Our Game International Women’s Day celebration, Minister for Community Sport Ros Spence today announced up to $1 million will be invested over four years for the Research and Insights Initiative.
The Andrews Labor Government has today introduced legislation to ensure dedicated police and Protective Services Officers have the authority and certainty they need to get their job done and keep Victorians safe.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping single parents get back to work and provide for their families, with an expanded wage subsidy scheme also designed to address workforce shortages across Victoria.
Victoria’s frontline emergency call-taker workforce will get another massive boost to tackle unprecedented demand on its services, driven by the pandemic.
Thousands of kids at Victorian kindergartens will explore different languages and cultures through the expanded roll-out of the Andrews Labor Government’s Early Childhood Language Program.