The Andrews Labor Government will deliver a $13.2 million boost to support Victoria’s hardworking midwives to meet the growing demand for public maternity services.
Almost half of Glenroy’s ‘big dig’ is complete as works ramp up this month to remove the dangerous and congested level crossing by lowering the Craigieburn line underneath Glenroy Road.
The Andrews Labor Government is forging ahead with plans to tackle insecure work, with consultation on its Australian-first initiative to provide casual workers sick pay now underway.
The Andrews Labor Government has appointed two new Deputy Commissioners to the Independent Broad-based Anti-Corruption Commission (IBAC) – further strengthening the agency’s vital oversight role.
The Andrews Labor Government is launching an Australian-first trial using smart bike light technology that will assist in finding new ways to reduce road trauma in cyclists.
The good news is that our state is in a stable position – and that means we can ease restrictions.
The incredible talents and contributions of Aboriginal Victorians will be showcased at a virtual event to celebrate NAIDOC Week.
The review into Victoria’s social housing regulatory system is underway, responding to significant changes in the sector as the Andrews Labor Government builds thousands of new social housing homes across the state.
Victorians who suffer a work-related mental injury can now access treatment and support as soon as they need it thanks to changes from the Andrews Labor Government.
The Victorian Government has put forward a plan designed to keep Australia safe while we wait for the vaccine rollout – and do everything we can to avoid lockdowns.
A new scheme starting today will make it easier and less expensive for thousands of Victorian businesses, tradespeople and other registered professionals to operate in multiple states and territories.
New Child Safe Standards will make up to 50,000 organisations providing services and facilities for children and young people safer, with the Andrews Labor Government today updating the existing standards originally established in 2017.
Victorians woke to good news today with water prices dropping in most areas across the state, with Melbourne household bills falling $33 for the year on average.
Wage theft is now a criminal offence in Victoria, and employers who deliberately underpay or don’t pay their workers now face fines of up to almost $1 million for companies and up to 10 years’ jail or up to $200,000 for individuals.
The Andrews Labor Government is close to marking another major milestone with Melbourne’s 50th dangerous and congested level crossing set to be removed by the end of 2021 – a year ahead of schedule.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping Aboriginal Victorians get involved in sport and recreation with new grants available to increase participation and cover the costs of uniforms and equipment.
A new campaign urging young drivers to buy the safest car they can afford is aiming to address an alarming proportion of deaths in older vehicles.
The Andrews Labor Government is giving young carers the extra support they need through a major funding boost for the Satellite Foundation.