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More Support For Aboriginal Learners At All TAFES

Three specialist Koorie staff members will be employed at every Victorian TAFE in the biggest expansion of support services for Aboriginal TAFE students in the state’s history.

Living Heritage Grant Applications Now Open

The Andrews Labor Government is continuing to protect Victoria’s precious heritage landmarks and buildings with another round of grants now open under the $60 million Living Heritage Program.

Victorian Health Services Ready For Vaccine Rollout

The first stage of the Commonwealth’s coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination program will be ready to be rolled out in Victoria for high-risk, priority people at nine suburban and regional health services across the state as soon as a vaccine is available.

Driving Victorian Training And Skills Reform

A major review commissioned by the Andrews Labor Government to reform and revitalise our post-secondary education and training system has laid out a path to secure the skilled workforce Victoria needs into the future.

New Laws To Protect Retirement Village Residents

The Andrews Labor Government is making it easier for former retirement village residents to recover money owed to them, if the owner of the village becomes bankrupt or insolvent.

Boating Safety And Facilities Program Grants Now Open

The Andrews Labor Government is making recreational boating better and more accessible for all Victorians providing $1.5 million in funding to eligible organisations under its latest grants program.

Building Up Our Veteran Community

The Andrews Labor Government is inviting organisations that support veterans to apply now for grants of up to $50,000 to spruce up their buildings and facilities.

Global Innovator Elbit To Establish Melbourne Centre

The Andrews Labor Government has formed a partnership with Elbit Systems of Australia to establish a Centre of Excellence for Human and Machine Teaming in Melbourne that will drive the research, development and commercialisation of defence technologies.

Banning Dangerous Cladding And Keeping Victorians Safe

The Andrews Labor Government continues to lead the world in its response to combustible cladding with a ban on high risk cladding products on new multi-storey buildings coming into effect yesterday.

More Choices For Victorian Train Passengers

Victorians now have 450 extra train services every week, as the biggest timetable change since the opening of the City Loop comes into place from today.

More Green Zones For NSW And Final Red Zone Turns Orange

Following continued low community transmission and exposure risk, from 6:00pm tonight the last red zone in New South Wales will now transition to an orange zone, allowing anyone from New South Wales with a permit to enter Victoria.