Archives for February, 2016
A major breakthrough has been reached between the Andrews Labor Government and the Opposition on the Delivering Victorian Infrastructure (Port of Melbourne Lease Transaction) Bill 2015.
The Andrews Labor Government calls on the Commonwealth to use the Defence White Paper to secure the future of Victoria’s Williamstown shipyards.
Three world-leading bidders have been shortlisted to deliver the first stage of works on the biggest public transport infrastructure project in Australia.
The Andrews Labor Government is increasing access to men’s behaviour change programs to help break the cycle of family violence in Victoria.
Victoria’s construction industry continues to power ahead with the latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) showing an 11 per cent increase in construction activity throughout the state in 2015.
Distinguished lawyer and advocate Liana Buchanan has been appointed as Victoria’s new Principal Commissioner for Children and Young People.
All donor-conceived Victorians will now be able to access available identifying information about their donors and heritage from 1 March 2017 without donor consent.
Minister for Education James Merlino today joined Member for Mordialloc and Andrews Labor Government’s Ambassador for the Special Needs Plan (School Capital), Tim Richardson, at Chelsea Heights Primary to announce the first 33 projects to be built under a $10 million program for students with special needs.
The Victorian Government is today showcasing Victoria’s high quality produce at the world’s largest annual food and hospitality show in Dubai as part of a drive to boost exports to the fast growing markets in the Middle East.
Victorian employers are being urged to make safety their first priority to prevent workplace tragedies with a new major public awareness campaign by WorkSafe.
Supermarket giants will be banned from displaying discounted fuel price boards outside petrol stations, under new regulations proposed by the Andrews Labor Government.
Victorians will honour the sacrifice of our Vietnam veterans at simultaneous gravesite vigils around the state on Sunday.
Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Natalie Hutchins today announced $350,000 to tackle Aboriginal family violence through community led action.
Victorians are being urged to slow down and drive safely as works on the $1.28 billion CityLink Tulla Widening Project ramp up.