The Andrews Labor Government is continuing to invest in renewable energy in the Latrobe Valley and beyond – reducing emissions and creating jobs.
Works are ramping up along the Hurstbridge Line as part of more than $18 billion worth of major road and rail projects across Melbourne’s north and north-east.
The Andrews Labor Government is boosting the number of women in the solar industry with new training and support measures – ensuring women are part of Victoria’s transition to a clean, cheap and reliable energy future.
The call is out for Victorians willing to roll up their sleeves and donate blood for a research initiative into COVID-19, backed by the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government will deliver Australia’s first offshore wind farms with a strong plan to drive regional investment, slash emissions and create jobs.
Hundreds of thousands of Victorian students are now starting the school day with full stomachs, clearer minds and better moods, with the Andrews Labor Government’s School Breakfast Clubs program celebrating 20 million meals served.
Works spanning the career of Pablo Picasso will be on show for Victorians when the Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition The Picasso Century opens at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) in June.
Victoria’s economy is rebounding with vigour as international and retail trade, jobs and business optimism surveys show strong growth.
More people are enrolling at TAFE and training in Victoria than anywhere in Australia, as local jobseekers sign-up to the Andrews Labor Government’s world-class skills and training system and gain in-demand jobs across the state.
One year after the historic delivery of the final report from the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System, the Andrews Labor Government has made huge inroads into the landmark reform of the state’s mental health and wellbeing services, with work underway on more than 85 per cent of the 74 recommendations.