The Andrews Labor Government has partnered with Bosch, the Transport Accident Commission and VicRoads to build the first vehicle developed in Australia with self-driving capabilities.
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New initiatives from the Andrews Labor Government will help ensure members of Victoria’s African community have the employment opportunities they deserve.
The Andrews Labor Government is providing schools with new curriculum material to help teachers educate students about Australia’s involvement in the Vietnam War.
Families in Geelong will soon have a new secondary school with Oberon High School to be relocated to a modern facility to be built at the Armstrong Creek Education Precinct.
Victoria’s Paralympic Games stars have returned home to a heroes’ reception after doing us all proud in Rio.
Minister for Planning Richard Wynne has approved planning changes which allow an aged-care facility in Eltham to house 120 refugees.
Minister for Racing Martin Pakula today unveiled a 50-kennel facility at Mount Mercer as part of Greyhound Racing Victoria’s (GRV) highly successful adoption program.
Wimmera Southern Mallee community members will come together tonight in Horsham to discuss and debate the region’s top priorities at the Andrews Labor Government’s first Regional Assembly.
The Andrews Labor Government will help create nearly 150 new jobs in the communities hardest hit by the closure of automotive manufacturing with a $3.15 million boost from the Local Industry Fund for Transition (LIFT).
The Andrews Labor Government has confirmed the first group of successful recipients of its $20 million New Energy Jobs Fund grants.
Ten thousand megalitres of water is now flowing into Lake Toolondo, breathing new life into one of Victoria’s premier trout fishing destinations and promoting the shared benefits of water management.
Ballarat Greyhound Racing Club is set to become a centre for entertainment both on and off the track, thanks to a $170,000 investment supported by the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government welcomes moves from the Commonwealth to overhaul VET FEE-HELP, something we have been calling for since we came to office in 2014.
Heritage works will be undertaken to restore St Arnaud’s station to its former glory, refurbishing the external fabric of the historic building.
The Victoria Police Academy will run at capacity to train new police as the Andrews Labor Government brings forward recruitment of additional frontline police.
An overhaul of the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning’s (DELWP) firefighting vehicles is creating jobs, improving crew safety and bolstering forest firefighting capability.
Today’s release of the independent review into the RSPCA Inspectorate has backed the Andrews Labor Government’s position that animal welfare matters, and needs new contemporary laws.
Victoria’s oldest operating courthouse at Portland will undergo a $30,000 safety upgrade to deliver on key recommendations from the Royal Commission into Family Violence.
Treasurer Tim Pallas was today given rare access into London's Crossrail project, inspecting the newly constructed 21 kilometre twin tunnels under the heart of London.
Several leading U.S. drug discovery firms are making major investments for world-first clinical trials in Victoria to tackle malaria, arthritis, asthma, neuro degenerative disorders and heart conditions.