The Andrews Government will review the WorkSafe and Transport Accident Commission to identify opportunities to optimise the effectiveness, efficiency and value of these organisations to the Victorian community.
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Attorney-General Martin Pakula today announced the appointment of the Honourable Justice Stephen Kaye to the Court of Appeal and the Honourable Associate Justice Rita Zammit to the Supreme Court.
The Abbott Government is preparing to cut millions of dollars in funding that helps people avoid homelessness.
From Australia’s biggest names in fashion to rising stars, more than 100 designers will hit the runway when the 2015 Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival opens in March.
One in six Victorian workers will be worse off under the Abbott Government’s planned assault on the minimum wage.
Commonwealth Minister for Justice Michael Keenan and Victorian Minister for Emergency Services Jane Garrett today announced that disaster assistance has been activated in response to the storms and floods which affected parts of Victoria from 7 January 2015.
Under the Liberals, Victorians waited too long for emergency treatment and elective surgery, the Productivity Commission’s Report on Government Services has confirmed.
Police and Corrections Minister Wade Noonan has praised Castlemaine’s new 24-hour police station on a visit to the area today.
The Andrews Labor Government is rebuilding Victoria’s struggling TAFE system, with Sunraysia Institute of TAFE (SuniTAFE) receiving a $4 million boost from the first $20 million of the emergency TAFE Rescue Fund.
To improve fishing opportunities for recreational anglers, more than 100,000 estuary perch fingerlings have been stocked into seven lakes and rivers across Victoria, including three new waterways never before stocked with the species.
The Andrews Labor Government is rebuilding Victoria’s struggling TAFE system, with GOTAFE receiving a $1.3 million boost from the first $20 million of the emergency TAFE Rescue Fund.
Ahead of this weekend’s forecast hot temperatures, the Andrews Labor Government is urging parents not to leave children unattended in parked cars.
The Andrews Labor Government is making sure our TAFE and training system helps to create the agriculture jobs of the future.
Minister for Health Martin Foley and Melton MP Don Nardella have fought successfully to save the Melbacc respite facility, which elderly parents caring for adult children with a disability rely on.
Minister for Training and Skills Steve Herbert, said the emergency funding was the start of the Labor Government’s work to rebuild public TAFE institutes, after the previous Coalition Government’s TAFE cuts brought the sector to its knees.
Morwell's Orana Gunyah Refuge is facing significant cuts, as the Abbott Government prepares to cut millions of dollars in funding that helps people avoid homelessness.
The 2015 Melbourne Cup will be one of the star attractions of the Victorian Government’s upcoming trade mission to the Middle East and Turkey.
Under the former Liberal Government, the gap between the funding Victorian students receive compared to the rest of the country grew even wider, the Productivity Commission’s Report on Government Services has confirmed.
Savage funding cuts to the training system by the former Liberal Government have short-changed the future of thousands of Victorians, the Productivity Commission’s Report on Government Services has confirmed.