The Labor Government has reached agreement with the ASH shareholders to buy the Heyfield Timber Mill.
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Culturally-diverse communities will be empowered to participate in local sport and recreation thanks to new funding from the Andrews Labor Government.
Young people who are deaf or hard of hearing will participate in this year’s YMCA Youth Parliament program for the first time.
Work is ramping up on the largest dental prosthetics laboratory in Victoria, which will create 38 jobs and better care for people in the Latrobe Valley.
The Andrews Labor Government will establish an expert taskforce to investigate the extent of non-compliant cladding on Victorian buildings.
Construction is well underway on the West Gippsland Arts Centre (WGAC), which will cement Warragul’s place as the performing arts hub of West Gippsland.
Young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Victorians are working side-by-side with Victoria Police as part of a school-based traineeship program supported by the Andrews Labor Government.
A new independent body established by the Andrews Labor Government to investigate complaints and concerns about the conduct of judicial officers and VCAT members began work today.
The Andrews Labor Government is funding new and improved cultural precincts to strengthen communities, attract visitors and support jobs.
The Andrews Labor Government is upgrading community health facilities across Victoria, so more people will get the care they need, closer to home.
The Andrews Labor Government is bringing together experts from a range of professions to better deal with the worst cases of family violence – saving lives and making Victoria safer.
The Andrews Labor Government’s Regional Rail Revival starts today with Lendlease, Coleman Rail and SMEC now the preferred bidder to transform the Ballarat line.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping more Aboriginal jobseekers play a key role in removing our most dangerous and congested level crossings.
Grassroots sports clubs will be able to open more doors for locals to play the game they love, with a new sports hub ready for action in Kyabram.
The Andrews Labor Government is planning for population growth, climate change and water security to create jobs, a healthy environment and stronger communities.
The Andrews Labor Government has helped the Gippsland community of Inverloch open its first men’s shed.
More women and girls in Woorinen will be scoring goals thanks to new female friendly change rooms for netballers and umpires.
More water skiers – from beginners to the world’s fastest racers – will be able to get on the mighty Murray with the revamped Mildura boat ramp ready for action.
The Andrews Labor Government is providing more culturally appropriate services across the state’s justice system to help Aboriginal Victorians facing family violence.
John Brumby AO has been appointed chairperson of the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Trust (MCET).