The Andrews Labor Government is ensuring thousands of social housing tenants benefit from reduced power bills thanks to improved energy efficiency of social housing properties.
The Victorian Government is taking urgent action to protect the platypus with the global icon now officially a threatened species and listed as vulnerable in Victoria.
The Andrews Labor Government is reducing the risks of hazardous waste storage by establishing a new recycling facility in Dandenong that will be able to process a third of the state’s solvent waste each year.
Minister for Local Government Shaun Leane and Lily D’Ambrosio MP, State member for Mill Park today announced libraries in the City of Whittlesea will receive $1,367,501 in funding to buy new books and collection items, run online services and deliver outreach programs.
A new ministerial advisory council has been appointed by the Andrews Labor Government to help the Victorian agriculture sector prepare for and respond to the impacts of climate change.
The Andrews Labor Government is ensuring bushfire impacted wildlife have the best possible chance of survival by improving and refining the way animals are rescued.
The Andrews Labor Government has set new targets for the Victorian Energy Upgrades (VEU) program and will expand the eligible technologies – saving households and businesses money and helping to fight climate change.
An ecologically significant area of land in far East Gippsland – equivalent to more than 70 MCGs worth of land – is now permanently protected thanks to Trust for Nature project funded by the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government has launched a new grants fund to support Victoria’s large energy users to transform the way they use energy, lowering costs and reducing emissions.
Member for Mill Park, Lily D’Ambrosio MP, today announced that Plenty Parklands Primary School, Mill Park, has been allocated $500,000 as part of the Minor Capital Works Fund to fast-track a priority project and support local jobs through Victoria’s economic recovery.
A review to determine what actions are required now and into the future to protect, enjoy and use the state’s forests is underway following an agreement between the Victorian and Commonwealth Governments.
The Great Ocean Road region begins a new era today, as a part of landmark reforms by the Andrews Labor Government, which will better protect this iconic area for future generations, while also boosting tourism.
The Andrews Labor Government is fast-tracking the next generation of renewable energy, with more than $100 million to unlock the next wave of cleaner, more reliable power, which could create thousands of jobs.
The Andrews Labor Government is backing businesses in the state’s alpine resorts to recover after their operations were devastated by bushfires and coronavirus across 2020.
The Victorian Budget 2020/21 delivers on the investments that will see our community recover – and come back even stronger.
Today marks one year since Victoria’s first Code Red day in nearly a decade, when lightning strikes ignited the bushfires that ravaged East Gippsland and North East Victoria and heralded the start of a devastating fire season.
The hard work and dedication of those who enhance and protect Victoria’s precious coastal and marine environments has been celebrated at the inaugural Victorian Marine and Coastal Awards.
Minister for Education James Merlino and Member for Mill Park Lily D’Ambrosio today announced Mill Park Secondary College will receive $11.6 million to build a new 200-seat Performing Arts Centre for the school.