Archives for March, 2016
Family violence victims in our community will be at the heart of the Government’s implementation of the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Family Violence.
The Andrews Labor Government today released discussion papers focusing on the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC), the Auditor-General and the Victorian Ombudsman as part of its ongoing work to deliver a robust integrity and accountability system for Victoria.
Mobile advertising leaders PocketMath will open their first Australian office in Melbourne, bringing more high-skill jobs to Victoria’s booming tech sector.
The Andrews Labor Government is lifting the burden forced on TAFEs by the former Liberal Government, with a $50 million boost to support vulnerable students.
The Andrews Labor Government is taking advantage of the Easter long weekend to get on with removing three dangerous and congested level crossings on the Frankston Line.
Minister for Industrial Relations Natalie Hutchins has today called for fair pay increases to ensure we do not create an underclass of working poor in Victoria.
The Andrews Labor Government has welcomed a review of Victoria’s Witness Protection Act and has acted on its recommendations to strengthen the system.
Energy companies may face penalties of up to $20,000 for failing to offer assistance to customers in financial hardship.
Victoria is only 100 days out from supporting more people to enter the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) – a new system that will transform the lives of more than 100,000 Victorians with a disability, their carers and their families.
An overhaul of Victoria’s witness protection system will provide increased protection for people who put themselves at risk by cooperating with police.
Survivors of family violence will be at the heart of the Andrews Labor Government’s response to the Royal Commission into Family Violence.