Victorians experiencing loneliness or social disconnection due to coronavirus will receive support from the Australian Red Cross and local community organisations with one call to the coronavirus hotline, thanks to a new Victorian Government initiative.
Victorians living in metro Melbourne and Mitchell Shire are now recommended to wear face masks in situations where they are leaving their home and physical distancing is not possible – to help slow the spread of coronavirus in the community.
The Victorian Government will provide more support to help businesses and workers through to the other side of the coronavirus pandemic
The Victorian Government is adding hundreds of new train and tram services to the state’s busiest lines every week to give passengers more choice on when they travel and help maintain physical distancing across the network
Following a comprehensive testing blitz across the nine locked down public housing towers in Flemington and North Melbourne, the Chief Health Officer has provided advice about the next steps that can now be taken across both estates.
Daily temperature checks will be introduced in schools across metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire as part of the Victorian Government’s effort to slow the spread of coronavirus.
The Victorian and New South Wales Governments are working together to ensure our vital agriculture industry can continue to operate while our border is closed.
The Victorian Government is putting together a star-studded virtual concert to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture following the postponement of NAIDOC Week.
The Victorian Government has appointed former Victorian Police Commissioner, Ken Lay AO, to lead the project for a second supervised injecting room.
People struggling with mental health after the state’s devastating bushfires will get the help they need from services and programs in their own communities, with a funding boost from the Victorian Government.
Small-scale and craft producers across the state have received a funding boost to help grow their businesses and generate jobs thanks to grants from the Victorian Government.
The Victorian Government will expand its signature Free TAFE program as part of a major new package of investments to boost skills, create jobs and drive the state’s economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
The Victorian Government will streamline a $2.2 billion road construction blitz as part of the biggest suburban road upgrade program in Victoria’s history, boosting our economy and creating hundreds of jobs.
Victoria Police will dramatically increase their presence in and around metropolitan Melbourne to ensure Victorians are following the most recent directions of the Chief Health Officer.
2020 has not been the year any of us wanted.
The Andrews Labor Government will keep traffic moving on busy Greensborough Road as work ramps up on Victoria’s biggest ever road project – North East Link.
Four new board members including a new chair have been appointed to LaunchVic, bringing new skills and experience to Victoria’s startup agency.
Services and support for tenants in the two public housing estates under lockdown is ramping up – with thousands of meals, supplies and personal care packs delivered in the past 24 hours.