Two million primary school and kindergarten students across Victoria have now been educated in dog safety and what it means to be a responsible pet owner thanks to a landmark Victorian Government program.
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The Andrews Labor Government will this week introduce landmark legislation to guarantee minimum numbers of nurses and midwives to care for Victorian patients.
Three leading experts have been appointed by the VCCC Alliance to oversee and enhance research programs at the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC).
The Andrews Labor Government will ban smoking in outdoor dining areas from 1 August 2017 so that Victorians can enjoy a meal outside without being subjected to second-hand smoke.
Melbourne has been voted the world’s most liveable city for a fifth-straight year.
Sports and active recreation clubs in St Albans are encouraged to apply for VicHealth Grants to increase the number of people participating at their clubs, contributing to healthy Victorian communities.
The Minister for Health has today released a Discussion Paper to guide the development of a Victorian Health and Medical Research Strategy.
The new $200 million Women’s and Children’s Hospital to be built in Sunshine will be named after the late Premier Joan Kirner AC.
New data shows almost half of Victoria is below the statewide average when it comes to having free breast cancer checks.
Cohealth West will benefit from new and upgraded dental equipment, which will ensure locals get better and safer public dental care, more quickly.
Twenty-eight children from Debney Meadows Primary School today set off on their first-ever school camp thanks to a $148.3 million Andrews Labor Government fund which helps cover the costs of school activities for disadvantaged families.