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.
Bacchus Marsh agribusinesses will grow and strengthen the town’s economy after the replacement of an ageing water main on one of Victoria’s cultural and historic treasures.
The Andrews Labor Government is building on Victoria’s reputation as a leader in multicultural affairs and social cohesion by bringing together three key agencies to form one dedicated office.
Speaking at the launch of Victoria’s 11th Small Business Festival, Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade Philip Dalidakis today announced a government-wide review to cut red tape and reduce the regulatory burden on Victoria’s small businesses.
Melbourne’s booming western suburbs and local irrigators will benefit from a new stormwater harvesting project which hopes to capture a valuable water source and protect local waterways.
The Andrews Labor Government has revealed its plan to halve the rate of suicide over the next 10 years.