Treasurer Tim Pallas today joined the Committee for Greater Shepparton to discuss rural and regional development and the proposed lease of the Port of Melbourne.
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting tourism in Surf Coast Shire, with Minister for Regional Development Jaala Pulford today announcing funding of $300,000 to improve road access to a new tourism precinct on the Great Ocean Road.
Premier Daniel Andrews, Parliamentary Secretary for Volunteers and Carers, Gabrielle Williams, and Member for Eastern Victoria, Harriet Shing, today joined local paramedics and other community members at Sale Ambulance Station to mark the impending rebuild.
Premier Daniel Andrews, Parliamentary Secretary for Volunteers and Carers Gabrielle Williams, and Member for Eastern Victoria Harriet Shing today joined students, teachers and parents to view plans for the rebuild of Sale Specialist School.
New tenure arrangements on a much-loved coastal reserve have given the Barwon Heads Football and Netball Club a new lease on life.
A new Bill before Parliament today will amend the Criminal Procedure Act 2009 to allow the recorded evidence of a sexual assault victim from the Children’s Court to be used in appeals in higher courts and other related criminal or civil proceedings.
The report into health improvements for the residents of the Latrobe Valley was today tabled in Parliament, after the Andrews Labor Government reopened the Mine Fire Inquiry last year.
As the new kinder year kicks off, the Andrews Labor Government is reminding families in Victoria’s drought-affected communities that they are eligible for free kinder in the year before school.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping Aboriginal young people in Victoria get the right support early on to engage with their community and stay out of the youth justice system.
Victoria’s health complaints watchdog will be given greater powers to name and shame dodgy health service providers and practitioners, and protect the public by banning them from practising.