Hundreds of students from 14 schools across Victoria will work side-by-side with leading creative professionals this year, as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s Creative Learning Partnerships program.
The Andrews Labor Government has introduced new laws to ensure boarding schools are registered, regulated and safer for students.
In an Australian first, the learning growth of Year 9 students in Victoria and their success in NAPLAN testing will be properly recognised, with the introduction of Year 9 Certificates of Achievement.
Spending on minerals exploration in Victoria is at its highest level since records began, with new data showing growth reaching $34.7 million.
Victoria has secured the AFL Round 12 game between St Kilda and Port Adelaide which has been relocated from Shanghai, and will harness the occasion to celebrate the local Chinese community.
In a Victorian first, a State-owned company will be set-up to collect tolls for the long-awaited North East Link with toll revenue going towards the cost of building and maintaining the missing link in Melbourne’s freeway network
The Andrews Labor Government has reached an in-principle agreement with the Victorian Ambulance Union and United Workers Union to deliver a fair wage deal for our hardworking, dedicated and skilled paramedics.
The Victorian Government is taking action to prepare Victoria’s health system for the continued spread of COVID-19
Not-for-profits across Victoria are invited to apply for grants to host science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) themed activities as part of the 76th annual Education Week.
It will be even harder for people who assault emergency workers to use “special reasons” to avoid a jail term under new laws introduced into Parliament by the Andrews Labor Government.
A groundbreaking way to help store carbon dioxide (CO2) is a step closer to reality with rock samples from beneath the seabed off Gippsland’s Ninety Mile Beach indicating the geology is suitable for the technology.
New legislation will commence from today to better protect the rights of adults with a disability to make and participate in decisions that affect their lives.
Victorians purchasing property now have more protection from unfair sales practices, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s historic new laws.
Thousands of Victorians from bushfire-affected parts of the state and emergency service workers will get the chance to hear international superstar Katy Perry roar as part of a free concert to be held in Bright next week.
Victorians will no longer be forced to choose between the pet they love and a place to live, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s historic new laws coming into effect today.
The Andrews Labor Government is making sure students in areas worst hit by the summer’s bushfire have the mental health support they need.
Apprentices, students, teachers, employers, training providers and Learn Locals can now nominate for the 66th Victorian Training Awards.
The Andrews Labor Government is rolling out a new Hazard Perception Test across the state to better prepare learner drivers to safely share our roads.