The Andrews Labor Government has launched a world-first family violence index to better understand the size and scope crisis.
A number of employers in the automotive industry have been disqualified from hiring apprentices, following a Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA) investigation into low quality training.
Former Victorian Auditor General Des Pearson AO has been appointed to head an independent inquiry into the operation of the former Office of Living Victoria.
An Andrews Labor Government will invest $250,000 in Kallista Kindergarten so our littlest ones get the biggest head start and young families get the support they need.
Casey Hospital will get a $106.3 million major expansion under an Andrews Labor Government, building the hospital’s first intensive care unit and opening the doors for thousands of locals in need.
Victorian parents, carers and guardians will now have an easy way to get more involved in supporting their child’s education with the release of SchoolMate app, the first of its kind in Australia.
Geelong secondary school students will be able to better connect with training for future jobs in the region’s growing industries under a new program launched by the Andrews Labor Government.
Students in 85 primary schools across the state will have the chance to experience the magic of opera as part of Opera Australia’s 2015 Victorian Primary Schools tour of Hansel and Gretel.
More than half a billion dollars worth of development has been approved for Fishermans Bend, allowing more people to live closer to Melbourne’s CBD.
Treasurer Tim Pallas today announced the Andrews Labor Government will provide $60,000 towards a demand study for an LPG vehicle production plant in Geelong, fulfilling a key election commitment.