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Media Release Archive
The Andrews Labor Government’s transformation of services for Ballarat, Melton and Melbourne’s west has been released to market.
The Andrews Labor Government today announced its support to establish an Australian Craft Beer Centre of Excellence in Ballarat, creating 25 new jobs benefiting beer enthusiasts, locals and tourists alike keen to sample the regions finest brew.
Gisborne Library will undergo a major upgrade thanks to a funding boost from the Andrews Labor Government.
Experience in family violence and prosecutions has been prioritised in the appointment for four new magistrates by the Attorney General Martin Pakula.
The Wattle Glen CFA fire station is receiving a $500,000 upgrade thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
A landmark worker transfer scheme for retrenched Hazelwood workers that will ensure high-skilled jobs stay in the Latrobe Valley is one step closer.
The Andrews Labor Government is taking action to fast-track planning permits for home renovators and small businesses to under 10 days.
Twenty-nine critically ill children have become the first in Victoria to legally access medicinal cannabis, with the Andrews Labor Government this week importing product from Canada ahead of local product becoming available in the middle of the year.
The Andrews Labor Government’s first new netball courts for Melbourne’s inner suburbs are now ready for action in Darebin.
Despite continuing to be short-changed by the Turnbull Government, Victoria’s economy outpaced the rest of the nation in the December quarter, according to the latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
The future of Gippsland’s three open-cut coal mines will be the focus of the newly-formed Latrobe Valley Mine Rehabilitation Advisory Committee.
Students in Wallan are a step closer to getting the first-rate facilities they deserve thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
A new $5 million fund for community palliative care agencies to provide at home palliative care will support more Victorians with a terminal illness to be cared for, and die, in their place of choice.
Minister for Local Government Natalie Hutchins has unveiled the make-up of her third Local Government Mayoral Advisory Panel.
The Andrews Labor Government has helped create 33 new full time jobs in the Latrobe Valley with the expansion of a hydroponic tomato facility in Warragul.
Yesterday, the Commonwealth Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights tabled its report on the Racial Discrimination Act.
The Victorian Liberal Party has today confirmed that they support the Turnbull Government’s massive cuts to Sunday and public holiday penalty rates.
Victorian renters will finally be able to enjoy the safety and security of long-term leases.
More than 150 WorkSafe employees are now working in Geelong, signalling the end of phase one of WorkSafe’s two-stage move from its current headquarters in Melbourne.