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The Andrews Labor Government is supporting the Victorian Football League (VFL) and female participation in sport, by providing $1.5 million to upgrade the home of the Williamstown Football Club.
Two centuries of gold mining in western Victoria is set to continue, with six companies investing in the search for copper, gold and other metals in the region, bringing jobs and a boost to local communities.
The Andrews Labor Government is ensuring the safety and protection of children comes first by expanding the list of mandatory reporters.
The Andrews Labor Government is connecting Victoria’s most vulnerable households with energy brokerage services, helping them to save up to $600 per annum.
The Andrews Labor Government is backing the next generation of space entrepreneurs to develop innovative solutions and technology for the space industry.
A re-elected Andrews Labor Government will start planning for a new Melton Hospital to give locals a 24-hour public hospital close to home.
Matthew Guy and the Liberals have today confirmed they will cut funding to family violence services if they win the next election, putting women and children at risk.
Only a re-elected Andrews Labor Government will overhaul our rail network to deliver fast rail to the regions and more metro services to our growing suburbs.
The Andrews Labor Government is giving a big boost to a flagship program helping more local men and women enjoy the benefits of healthy and active living and tackle issues like mental health.
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting local government programs that are working to prevent family violence in Macedon.
Victorian women are doing most of the state’s unpaid work, at a cost of more than $205 billion, new data has revealed.
The Andrews Labor Government is backing young Victorian women to reach their leadership potential.
Nine inspiring Aboriginal leaders have been inducted into the Victorian Aboriginal Honour Roll at a ceremony last night in Melbourne.
The Andrews Labor Government has given full control of three properties in Healesville to the Traditional Owners, the Wurundjeri.
The Andrews Labor Government has launched a new framework to help close the gap between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Victorians.
The Andrews Labor Government is celebrating the lives of ten Victorian women with a new exhibition in Morwell.
Resources to stop family violence were strengthened today with the official establishment of Respect Victoria as an independent statutory authority.