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Marking 150 Years Of Public Education In Victoria

While the Andrews Labor Government is getting on with building the schools of the future, 2022 marks a massive milestone – the 150th anniversary of the Victoria’s world-class public education system.

How Sport Can Reduce Violence Against Women

Community sport will play a role in the prevention of violence against women, on and off the field, as the Andrews Labor Government equips clubs and organisations with new grants and guidelines.

Supporting Multicultural Community Groups

The Andrews Labor Government is continuing support for multicultural community organisations providing essential services across Victoria with a fourth round of grants to assist the social and economic recovery from the pandemic.

Upgrading Our Iconic Royal Children’s Hospital

Victorian children will receive faster world-class care as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s major redevelopment of the Royal Children’s Hospital’s emergency department and high-dependency inpatient unit.

Even More Victorians Accessing Great Skills And Training

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.

Join The Victorian Disability Advisory Council

Members of the council provide independent advice to government to ensure the voices of people with disability are heard in policymaking, and have provided critical advice throughout the pandemic response.

Shared Equity Opens Doors For Would-Be Homeowners

The Andrews Labor Government is calling on aspiring homeowners to investigate their eligibity for a landmark shared equity scheme that has seen hundreds of Victorians take the keys to new homes in just months.

One Year On: Huge Progress On Mental Health Reform

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.