The Andrews Labor Government is taking action to help vulnerable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children remain connected with their community and country, as more Aboriginal children in care transition to Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations.
The iconic Overland train service between Melbourne and Adelaide will resume from January, with tickets now available for its first journey since the Andrews Labor Government stepped in to secure the train’s future.
The Andrews Labor Government is powering on with its expansion of the Orange Door Network across the state so that Victorians impacted by family violence can get the help they need and be supported closer to home.
The Andrews Labor Government is making sure veterans continue to receive the support they need and the recognition they deserve through the recovery phase of the pandemic – and beyond.
The first of 120,000 travel vouchers will be available from tomorrow – helping families get out to regional Victoria for the summer and kickstarting the tourism recovery in all corners of regional Victoria.
The Andrews Labor Government is giving Victorian hospitals the latest life-saving medical equipment and upgrading vital infrastructure to provide world-class healthcare for all Victorians and create hundreds of new jobs.
The Andrews Labor Government is strengthening regulation of school teaching qualifications to ensure kids get high-quality teachers and high-quality education.
The world’s leading cloud computing provider has chosen Victoria as its home to develop an Asia Pacific cloud infrastructure region, in a move that will further strengthen our thriving tech sector.
The Andrews Labor Government will ensure those who are drunk in public get the health response and help they need, under new laws introduced to parliament today.
The Andrews Labor Government has opened Expressions of Interest for the biggest ever Initial and Early Works package on an infrastructure project in Australian history.
Our new "COVIDSafe Summer" will be in place until at least the end of January, giving Victorians a bit more certainty about what the next couple of months will look like.
The Andrews Labor Government is levelling the playing field for women and girls to play, lead and succeed across all levels of the sport and recreation sector.
As we move into the recovery phase of the pandemic, the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) will be separated into two new departments to allow for a dedicated focus on our health system and on the social recovery of our state.
Victorian business owners across the state can now access a free QR Code Service which will help make things easy as we continue our economic recovery. The Victorian Government’s QR Code Service can be used by businesses and venues to keep records of visitors to..
The Andrews Labor Government welcomes the Commonwealth Government’s plans to strip organisations of their charitable status if they fail to join the National Redress Scheme for survivors of institutional child sexual abuse.
With $148 million for local government and suburban development, the Andrews Labor Government will deliver on the projects that matter to local families – at the same time delivering a boost to the state’s economic recovery.
The Victorian Budget 2020/21 invests $1.5 billion in new tax relief for Victorian businesses and families.
The Andrews Labor Government will invest more than $1.46 billion to transform Melbourne’s Arts Precinct –bringing visitors from interstate and overseas, creating thousands of Victorian jobs and giving families a new public place to enjoy and explore.