A state-of-the-art predator proof exclusion fence on Wilsons Promontory that will span 10 kilometres from coast-to-coast and protect precious native wildlife is a step closer today.
The Andrews Labor Government is ensuring Victorians from diverse backgrounds stay healthy and get vaccinated with support for health messaging created by multicultural communities for multicultural communities.
Thousands of Victorians are sitting on a surprise windfall, with the Andrews Labor Government calling on potential beneficiaries to check if they can lay claim to a share of millions of dollars in unclaimed cash.
The streets of St Albans, Kings Park and Brimbank, and Altona’s Skeleton Creek Trail are looking greener with freshly planted trees providing shade for local communities.
Victoria’s COVID-19 vaccination program will expand in the coming weeks, taking vaccinations to multicultural facilities, churches, temples and mosques, sporting games, pools, festivals and more.
Member-based business organisations are being offered tailored mental health and wellbeing support, through an Andrews Labor Government initiative.
The Andrews Labor Government is calling for community members to nominate refugees who have made significant contributions to our state for the 2022 Victorian Refugee Awards.
The Andrews Labor Government is upgrading the predator-proof fence at Hamilton Sanctuary to better protect endangered species like the Eastern Barred Bandicoot.
An average of eleven vaccines a minute have been administered by Victoria’s state-run services since the COVID-19 vaccination program commenced 12 months ago today.
As hospitalisation rates decline and third dose vaccination rates increase, a number of sensible changes to pandemic orders and public health recommendations in Victoria will come into place at 11:59pm on Friday 25 February 2022.