The Andrews Labor Government has delivered $50,000 in additional funding to support the work of the Sisters Day Out program, run by the Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention and Legal Service Victoria (FVPLS Victoria).
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Minister for the Prevention of Family Violence Fiona Richardson has today met with local leaders and Geelong residents to reaffirm the importance of addressing family violence.
Minister for Local Government Natalie Hutchins has appointed an independent Commission of Inquiry into the City of Greater Geelong.
The Victorian building and construction industry is going strong, creating jobs and driving our state’s economy to lead the nation, the Treasurer Tim Pallas said today.
Outstanding international students and education providers have been celebrated at the 2015 Victorian International Education Awards ceremony hosted today at Government House.
Minister for Equality Martin Foley today launched a new children’s book designed to increase understanding of the lives of transgender children.
Minister for Racing Martin Pakula has met with leading Japanese trainers, jockeys and owners in Tokyo as part of an international event highlighting Victoria’s racing industry.
Aboriginal Victorians will have a stronger voice at the centre of the Victorian Government, following the review of the Office of Aboriginal Affairs Victoria (OAAV).
The Andrews Labor Government is giving Victorian state sporting associations new opportunities to build the infrastructure they need to grow.
The Andrews Labor Government is inviting young people with a passion for the music industry to get hands-on experience through the 2015-16 FReeZA Mentoring Program.
The Andrews Labor Government will develop new guidelines to provide better and safer access to the latest prevention treatment to reduce rates of HIV.
New laws to help police remove illegal guns from our streets come into force today.
The Andrews Labor Government has appointed a group of animal industry and welfare specialists with a broad range of experience to provide advice on animal welfare matters across the state.
In an Australian first, Victorians will have the power to track and limit their betting on any electronic gaming machine in the state.
The Andrews Labor Government today announced the next steps in its commitment to roll out the National Disability Insurance Scheme across the state.
The release of water security outlooks by Victoria’s water corporations shows a number of towns facing the possibility of water restrictions over summer if dry conditions continue.
Next-generation myki readers have been installed on an E-Class tram as part of a trial which could see the new, faster readers rolled out across the E-Class fleet.
Victoria has outperformed key competitors interstate to confirm its status as a leading destination for international visitors.
Agriculture experts from around the world will soon be landing in Victoria to assist with three major research projects set to tackle issues affecting agricultural industries.
The Andrews Labor Government has attracted and secured a $120 million investment by one of the world’s leading dairy producers and manufacturers. Fonterra will expand its major cheese manufacturing facility, safeguarding 120 existing jobs and generating an additional 30 jobs.