The Victorian Government is supporting state sport associations, state sport and recreation bodies and regional academies get through the pandemic with support from the Community Sport Sector COVID-19 Survival Package. Minister for Community Sport Ros Spence announced more than $12.7 million in grants have been..
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Funds are flowing through to businesses in metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria as we continue to fight the coronavirus pandemic, with grants of $5,000 for 24,000 eligible businesses – totaling $120 million – out the door. The first batch of these additional payments to metropolitan..
Victoria’s mental health system will receive nearly $60 million in an additional boost to get more Victorians support when they need it – now and after the pandemic is over and its effects are still being felt – as we continue to work together to..
For Victorian students in their final years of school, as well as their parents, carers, families and teachers – this has been a year like no other. That’s why the Victorian Government is announcing more support for VCE students and further mental health resources for..
Pasifika young people and their families in the west will have access to more support following a funding boost from the Victorian Government. Minister for Crime Prevention Natalie Hutchins announced $400,000 in funding for two programs aimed at providing early interventions and mentoring for Pasifika..
03 August 2020 Yesterday, we asked Victorians to make some big sacrifices. Big, real and meaningful sacrifices. Today, sadly, we need to ask the same of Victorian businesses and Victorian workers. As Premier, I’ve spent every day fighting for workers and fighting for jobs. I..
The Victorian Government is backing cutting-edge medical research projects to better understand, prevent and treat coronavirus. Minister for Innovation, Medical Research and the Digital Economy Jaala Pulford announced the seven beneficiaries of the Government’s $5.5 million COVID-19 Research Fund, which will support continued jobs growth..
The Victorian Government and the First Peoples’ Assembly will today hold their first official negotiating meeting, marking a historic moment on Victoria’s path to Treaty. In keeping with Stay at Home restrictions, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Gabrielle Williams will meet virtually with Assembly Co-Chairs Geraldine..
The Victorian Government is continuing to help Aboriginal communities deal with the coronavirus pandemic, with funding now available to develop local responses. Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Gabrielle Williams called for expressions of interest in the $10 million Aboriginal Community Response and Recovery Fund. Funds will..