The Andrews Labor Government is taking action to reduce family violence with a $1.6 million grants package for intervention programs to hold perpetrators to account.
Students from across the Warragul region will soon be learning in six brand new classrooms, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
Victoria has experienced more than two consecutive years of above trend growth, according to the ANZ Stateometer Report released today.
Regional restaurants, theatres, golf clubs, historic houses and community halls will be transformed into arts venues, thanks to funding from the Andrews Labor Government.
Students in Morwell will soon have the first-rate classrooms and facilities they deserve, with work beginning on upgrading Kurnai College thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government has developed a new model for kinship care that will identify carers earlier, strengthen community connections for Aboriginal children in care and deliver better, more flexible support.
The Andrews Labor Government today announced the appointment of Julie Condon QC as a judge of the County Court.
Police will have new powers to remand an accused person in custody and bail justices will have a more limited role, under the second wave of bail reforms to be introduced by the Andrews Labor Government today.
Victims of youth crime will be able to share their stories publicly and child sex offenders will be prevented from using evidence of their good character to argue for lesser sentences, under a suite of new laws to be introduced by the Andrews Labor Government today.
The Andrews Labor Government is investing in Victoria’s future as a global innovation centre with $50,000 to inspire the next generation of problem solvers and equip them with the skills they need.