There are more people employed in Victoria than ever before, and there have been almost 200,000 extra jobs created since the Andrews Labor Government came to office in November 2014.
Victorian industries will receive more support to train their current and new workforce through the Andrews Labor Government’s new $40 million Workforce Training Innovation Fund (WTIF).
Melbourne's tram network will be powered by a new large scale solar plant to be built in regional Victoria.
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting a new skills training program at Porthaul’s Portland facility which will create 50 new jobs and safeguard another 40.
The Andrews Labor Government is getting on with creating employment opportunities in Stawell, with the announcement today of 30 new jobs at the Frewstal abattoir, the towns largest private sector employer.
A local supplier of fresh pasta and ready-made meals in Derrimut is creating new jobs and expanding production as the Andrews Labor Government puts local manufacturing first.
The Andrews Labor Government has accepted the resignation of the Chair of the Mount Buller and Mount Stirling Resort Management Board.
The Andrews Labor Government is giving Victorian clubs, sporting organisations and councils another chance to secure funding to build modern and safer grassroots sports facilities and new multi-sport indoor stadiums.
Scientists and staff from Australia’s oldest medical research institute will have access to a brand new kindergarten and day care centre, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
Victoria’s water sector is embracing gender diversity with the inaugural Women in Water event in Traralgon, attended by over 150 women from across the local industry.