Health services across Victoria will receive capital grants to improve safety for Victorians receiving treatment and care for mental illness, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government is transforming Dandenong into a vibrant retail, commercial and residential hub and creating thousands of local jobs, with a development agreement now signed for the next stage of the Revitalising Central Dandenong project.
The Victorian Government is strengthening food relief services in Dandenong, ensuring healthy food reaches Victorians in need.
Students at Emerson School in Dandenong are among those at 90 schools across the state to benefit from having maintenance works carried out at their school, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government. Member for Dandenong, Gabrielle Williams, today announced that Emerson School will receive $320,000..
10 local organisations in Dandenong share more than $44,000 of VicHealth funding to support residents hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic to improve their health and wellbeing.
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting small businesses, micro-businesses and sole traders across Victoria with grants provided to local business chambers and trader groups.
Victorian Aboriginal businesses will get the support they need to recover and thrive with grants of up to $10,000 unveiled in this week’s Victorian Budget 2020/21.
The Andrews Labor Government is injecting over $136 million into Victoria’s start up sector through the Victorian Budget 2020/21. Home to multiple tech ‘unicorns’ – startups that have attained billion-dollar valuations such as REA Group, Airwallex and SEEK – Victoria has the potential to become..
The Andrews Labor Government is launching a new campaign encouraging Victorians to unpack what respect means to them and to take a stand against family violence. Minister for Prevention of Family Violence Gabrielle Williams officially launched the Respect Women: Call It Out (Respect Is) campaign, which will..
As we rebuild from this pandemic, the Andrews Labor Government wants to make sure more Victorians can rely on a decent, steady job.
When the Andrews Labor Government was elected, we promised to put people first. As our state begins its recovery from the global pandemic, people will continue to be our priority.
With kids back in the classroom, the Andrews Labor Government wants to make sure our students have the gyms, libraries and learning spaces they deserve.
Minister for Community Sport, Ros Spence today announced that grassroots sport clubs and organisations in Dandenong were set to bolster their coaching skills, administration expertise, or score new sports equipment thanks to a share in more than $900,000 from the Victorian Government.
The Melbourne Airport Rail Link route will take travellers into the heart of the CBD in less than 30 minutes following an historic agreement announced today between the Australian and Victorian governments.
This year, local families have done an incredible job in supporting students to learn from home. As kids get back into the classroom, we want to make sure they have the fantastic new learning spaces they deserve.
Regional restaurants, pubs, hotels, wineries and small businesses will be at the forefront of our recovery, with a major Budget boost to attract more visitors to regional Victoria.
Today 1,000 new household solar battery rebates were released to Victorians, as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s record breaking household energy efficiency investment package. $191 million will be provided from the Victorian Budget 2020/21 to expand the Solar Homes program right across Victoria.
The Andrews Labor Government is delivering clean, sustainable public transport to keep Victorians moving, with a trial of zero-emission buses to start in the coming months.