The lives of 24 workers who tragically died in Victorian workplaces have been remembered in a moving tribute as part of International Workers Memorial Day.
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The Andrews Labor Government is investing more than half-a-billion-dollars to fix the Ballarat line and run extra services it needs as it grows.
Budj Bim in south west Victoria, home to the Gunditjmara people for thousands of years, is another step closer to its UNESCO World Heritage listing thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
The 2016/17 Victorian Budget will increase the brown coal royalty rate three-fold from 1 January next year, raising $252 million over the forward estimates.
A new Aboriginal Youth Mentoring Program will help young Aboriginal people develop skills, relationships and networks that keep them connected to their culture, families and friends, with funding of $875,000 to be provided by the Andrews Labor Government in the 2016-17 Victorian Budget.
The new Victorian Public Sector Enterprise agreement has been overwhelmingly endorsed by 95 per cent of Victorian public sector employees.
The bill to dismiss the Greater Geelong City Council has passed the Parliament today, giving Geelong the fresh start it deserves.
Aboriginal Victorians at risk of family violence will receive better and more culturally appropriate support, under funding announced by the Andrews Labor Government today.
Dismissal of a council by Parliament is only considered in the most serious cases of governance failure.
The touring exhibition of the Victorian Aboriginal Honour Roll kicked-off its 2016 road show at the Community Hub at the Dock in Melbourne today.
Minister for Local Government Natalie Hutchins has called for feedback on changes to Victoria’s local government electoral regulations in the lead up to the October council elections.
Touring the site in Creswick today, Ms Hutchins said the much needed upgrade will provide extra space and better library services to meet growing demands from the community.