Victoria exported more than $43 billion worth of goods and services in 2015 – the highest in at least four years – according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
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New laws introduced by the Andrews Labor Government to strengthen council governance and crack down on councillors doing the wrong thing take effect today.
Thousands of people in the City of Ballarat are unaware that they are sitting on an unexpected windfall of unclaimed money.
Work to save and restore Flinders Street Station – the heart of the city’s train network – is ramping up.
A plastics business in Melbourne’s south east that makes engine covers, window deflectors and seat belt clips for Ford, Holden and Toyota is the first Victorian supply chain manufacturer to receive Victorian Government assistance to transform its business to survive the closure of Australia’s car manufacturing industry.
The Wangaratta Cup returns to the track after a one-year hiatus with a quality field of on course and off course entertainment, supported by the Andrews Labor Government.
Victorian Indigenous fashion talent will take to the catwalk at this year’s Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival as part of a Global Indigenous Runway event, Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley announced today at the Kayala Indigenous Gallery at Melbourne Museum.
Sandringham College’s Discovery Centre – the first building completed under the school’s master plan – is now open and ready for students to use.
New survey techniques being used by Victorian scientists and community members have revealed 214 new Leadbeater’s Possum colonies in the Central Highlands.
The Andrews Labor Government has appointed Heather Campbell as Chairperson of the board of Sustainability Victoria (SV).
A new integrated children’s centre in Springvale brings together kindergarten and family and children’s health services under the one roof, meaning better access for Springvale families.
The Andrews Labor Government will support the expansion of a ground-breaking program helping people experiencing long-term homelessness with funding of $1.2 million over three years, Minister for Housing, Disability and Ageing Martin Foley announced today at Sacred Heart Mission.
Victoria is outperforming key competitors around Australia and welcoming more international visitors than ever before, the latest International Visitor Survey results show.
Melbourne’s busiest rail line would be closed for more than seven months and local streets would be clogged with buses and dump trucks for two years if the Dandenong line was lowered into rail trenches.
Clayton’s Mary Street laneways are better connecting facilities thanks to a Victorian Government grant aimed at improving safety and security for the local community.
New murals at the Canterbury railway station made possible with an Andrews Labor Government grant have helped clean up the underpasses and will help prevent graffiti in the area.
Minister for Regional Development Jaala Pulford today urged community and business leaders to nominate for the Andrews Labor Government’s new Regional Partnerships by submitting an expression of interest by Sunday 6 March.
Local manufacturer Austrak will supply more than 125,000 concrete sleepers for the Murray Basin Rail Project, supporting more than 20 jobs at their Port Wilson facility, on top of the 280 jobs the project will create.
The Andrews Labor Government has announced $3 million in funding for a state of the art manufacturing hub in Geelong that will create jobs and stimulate business in the region.
Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Water Lisa Neville is calling for expressions of interest for positions on the Bellarine Bayside Foreshore Committee of Management (BBFCOM), Barwon Coast Committee of Management (BCCOM) and the Great Ocean Road Coast Committee (GORCC).