More support for women requiring treatment and care for mental illness is one step closer, with a site selected and designs unveiled for a new Women’s Prevention and Recovery Care (PARC) facility in Melbourne’s west. Member for St Albans, Natalie Suleyman today revealed the designs for..
Students at the Furlong Park School for Deaf Children are a step closer to getting the facilities they need for a great start in life, with an architect appointed to design the school’s exciting upgrade. Member for St Albans, Natalie Suleyman MP, today announced that..
Sunshine Business Association Inc and St Albans Business Group Association will receive $50,000 each through the Andrews Labor Government’s Grants for Business Chambers and Trader Groups program. Member for St Albans, Natalie Suleyman MP said the funding will help both of these business associations to..
Sunbury line passengers will have more travel options with 15 extra services a week, with a redesigned timetable to take effect from early next year as Victorians get back onto the public transport network. Member for St Albans Natalie Suleyman MP today announced details of..
When the Andrews Labor Government was elected, we promised to put people first. As our state begins its recovery from the global pandemic, people will continue to be our priority. The Victorian Budget 2020/21 delivers on the investments that will see our community recover –..
Connecting Victoria’s regional and metropolitan rail networks to the airport for the first time.
The Victorian Budget 2020/21 will invest an unprecedented extra $1.9 billion to make sure Victorians with disability are supported – including our youngest Victorians.
The Victorian Budget 2020/21 will deliver the biggest household energy efficiency package in any state’s history, creating thousands of jobs, while also reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The investment includes $335 million to replace old wood, electric or gas fired heaters with new energy-efficient systems that are safer and cheaper to run, while also driving down emissions.
The Andrews Labor Government will do what no other government has – develop a new Secure Work Pilot Scheme, to provide up to five days of sick and carer’s pay at the national minimum wage for casual or insecure workers in priority industries.
This year, Keilor Downs families have done an incredible job in supporting students to learn from home. As kids get back into the classroom, we want to make sure they have the fantastic new learning spaces they deserve. The Andrews Labor Government has built and..
The Victorian Budget 2020/21 includes $868.6 million to ensure Victorians have the mental health support they need as we get on with fixing a broken system. This includes funding the rollout of the interim recommendations from the Royal Commission into Mental Health, including $492 million to deliver 120 mental health beds in Geelong, Epping, Sunshine and Melbourne. This is an addition to the 24 Hospital in the Home beds announced earlier this year bringing the total to 144.
The Victorian Budget 2020/21 will deliver up to $169.6 million to make kinder free next year, saving families around $2000 for every child enrolled in a participating funded kindergarten program.
The Victorian Budget 2020/21 will deliver a historic $5.3 billion Big Housing Build to construct more than 12,000 new homes throughout metro and regional Victoria, as well as supporting around 10,000 jobs, per year over the next four years, to supercharge Victoria’s economic recovery through the pandemic and beyond.
VCE exams officially began today with 41,690 students sitting the English exam and another 3,879 sitting English as an Additional Language exam.
Young people from Sunshine have come together to transform public spaces thanks to a $17,000 Graffiti Prevention Grant from the Victorian Government’s Community Crime Prevention Program. Several young people from Sunshine took part in the $17,000 ‘This Is Us’ project to design and install a..
More than 4,100 tutors will be deployed across Victorian schools in 2021 to ensure no student is left behind in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Victorian Government is helping multicultural and multifaith communities continue cultural celebrations in a COVID-safe way. Minister for Multicultural Affairs Ros Spence today announced more than $800,000 to support 148 community organisations across Victoria to deliver multicultural festivals and events in a digital format.
The Victorian Government is strengthening food relief services across the state ensuring healthy food reaches Victorians in need.