The dangerous and congested level crossings in St Albans are now gone for good, as work on the removal of two more crossings ramps up across town.
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The value of Victorian building approvals recorded the highest ever monthly figure for the state in September, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
The Andrews Labor Government’s first ever statewide LGBTI Equality Roadshow kicks off this week with visits to Swan Hill, Shepparton and Mildura.
Residents in Melbourne’s inner west can have their say on plans for the new Footscray Learning Precinct, which will bring together early childhood, school, university and adult learning facilities.
The Andrews Labor Government support for local industry will see the expansion of a local barramundi producer set to create more than 100 new jobs in Melbourne’s west.
Barwon locals will come together tonight with Minister for Regional Development Jaala Pulford to discuss and debate the region’s top priorities at its first Regional Assembly, to be held in Torquay.
Major maintenance and renewal works on the Bendigo, Swan Hill and Echuca lines are complete, and trains are now back up and running.
Young people around Victoria can help shape future government decisions by taking part in 12 youth forums in regional and metro locations.
Families in Preston will soon have more choice for their children’s education, with the Andrews Labor Government reopening the former Preston Girls’ Secondary College as a new co-educational secondary school.
Major maintenance works are underway across north and north eastern Victoria to make regional roads safer and more reliable for drivers.
Students at Alamanda K-9 College now have a new gym, food technology spaces, music facilities and classrooms, with an $8 million upgrade now complete.
The Andrews Labor Government is cracking down on violent offenders in youth justice facilities through a new suite of measures – including 41 new staff positions to improve safety.
Ovens Murray locals now have an unprecedented chance to shape the future of their region.
Victorian children with rare genetic conditions are five times more likely to get a diagnosis thanks to an Australian-first DNA testing project, saving thousands of dollars on expensive medical tests.
New requirements for public private partnerships (PPPs) will ensure best practice and allow the private sector to tender for Victorian Government projects with greater certainty.
The Andrews Labor Government has appointed a new board of directors to the Victorian Ports Corporation (Melbourne) (VPCM), following the announcement of Lonsdale Consortium as the leaseholders of the Port of Melbourne.
Mallee locals now have an unprecedented chance to shape the future of their region.
The Andrews Labor Government has appointed respected industrial relations expert, Peter Parkinson, to the Chair of the Building Industry Consultative Council (BICC).
The announcement by French energy company, Engie, that it will close the Hazelwood power plant and mine is gut wrenching news for Hazelwood workers, their families and Latrobe Valley communities.
Firefighters at CFA brigades around the state will have new heavy tankers and trucks to better protect Victorians in the coming fire season, thanks to a $33.5 million investment by the Andrews Labor Government.