Bottles, crockery and the original hearth of the Old Bridge Inn are just some of the items found by archaeologists at Plenty Gorge Park as part of the Mernda Rail Extension Project over the past three weeks. The team has been digging near the bank..
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The Andrews Labor Government is improving access and participation in Maternal and Child Health (MCH) services for Aboriginal families. Minister for Families and Children Jenny Mikakos opened grants for the Aboriginal Maternal and Child Health Initiative today. Victorian data shows Aboriginal children traditionally have lower..
Workers across Victoria will benefit from the Fair Work Commission’s (FWC) decision to boost the minimum wage and all award wages. Minister for Industrial Relations Natalie Hutchins welcomed the FWC’s decision to award a 3.3 percent increase in the National Minimum Wage and all award..
More Aboriginal jobseekers are getting work across Victoria’s northeast thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s flagship Jobs Victoria program. Industry and Employment Minister Wade Noonan met businesses, employment providers and workers in Shepparton today to get an update on the Algabonyah Employment Partnerships program. The..