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.
The Andrews Labor Government is getting on with the job of delivering a Personal Safety Initiative for women and children who experience family violence, to help keep them safe in their own homes and communities.
From avant-garde fashion to projects marking the centenary of WW1, 2014-15 was a year of diversity and dynamism for Victoria’s creative and cultural agencies.
In a weekend dominated by football games, Victoria’s digital games sector also came out a winner with four locally made games hitting the top of the iTunes charts at home and abroad.
Victoria has upheld its standing as one of the world’s leading destinations for international students, with its Australian-first Study Melbourne Student Centre claiming the International Education Association of Australia (IEAA) Award for ‘Best Practice in International Education’ at the Australian International Education Conference 2015.
A simple-to-use web portal unveiled today by Minister for Sport John Eren will mean architects, designers and project managers are just a click away from making public places more accessible to all Victorians.