More than 100 new drivers are now being recruited to operate additional train services when the new Metro Tunnel opens a year ahead of schedule in 2025.
Victorian Traditional Owners are invited to apply for positions on the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council and play a key role in strengthening the protection of Aboriginal cultural heritage.
More Victorians living with an eating disorder will receive the support they need to recover and live happy, healthy lives, thanks to record investment from the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting frontline council staff across Victoria to keep vulnerable communities safe during the pandemic with a rollout of additional Rapid Antigen Tests (RATs).
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting people in need to have a place to call home with more than 100 modular homes being built and dispatched across Victoria.
More vouchers for sporting equipment, uniforms and memberships are being made available as the Andrews Labor Government reduces the cost of getting in the game for thousands of Victorian families.
Young South Sudanese Victorians at risk of coming into contact with the justice system will be supported and empowered through a tailored working group made up of community leaders and stakeholders.
The Andrews Labor Government will continue to protect the fundamental right of Jewish people to live, work and worship free from prejudice or hate by adopting the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism.
New figures reveal that one of the Andrews Labor Government’s key initiatives to help families and individuals achieve their home ownership dream is enabling dozens of Victorians every week to move into their new home.
With more Victorians welcoming a pet into their family than ever, the Andrews Labor Government is backing the state’s first ever Pet Census to ensure pet owners have the support and services they need.
A new mental health hub will give Aboriginal groups leadership to redesign how care is delivered to their communities across the state, as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s landmark reform agenda, transforming the way the mental health of Victorians is supported.
The diploma course will be delivered by Melbourne Polytechnic and provides a foundation to students to become an Auslan interpreter, while the advanced diploma will be delivered by RMIT and is the recognised qualification to become a certified Auslan interpreter.
To help more Victorians get into work, the Andrews Labor Government is delivering 300 new building and construction sector apprenticeships and traineeships across Victoria by mid-2023.
As a big thank you from all Victorians, the Andrews Labor Government is offering the state’s health and education frontline workers 15,000 free tickets to RISING festival’s signature event The Wilds.
The Andrews Labor Government is giving every Victorian child the best start in life, with unprecedented investments in early education – giving families better access to kinder and better facilities in every corner of Victoria.
The Andrews Labor Government is putting health and wellbeing at the heart of Victorian education, making sure every student has the support they need to succeed in the Education State.
Kids with special needs will get top priority in our nation-leading school building boom with 36 special schools receiving funding for upgrades in the Victorian Budget 2022/23 – meaning every government special school will have had a major upgrade since the election of the Andrews Labor Government in 2014.
The Andrews Labor Government is building on its record $5.3 billion Big Housing Build with even more support to help Victorians get a safe and secure roof over their head. The Labor Government is getting on with its landmark housing build – the largest single investment of any..