Families in the Horsham community have been forced to urgently seek alternative childcare arrangements following the Baillieu Government’s decision to scrap the Take-a-Break program.
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A secret Baillieu Government plan to roll out “monster trucks” throughout Melbourne suburbs has now been confirmed by VicRoads.
Shadow Minister for Regional and Rural Development Jacinta Allan today inspected the site of the Wimmera Intermodal Freight Terminal at Dooen.
The Labor Opposition has launched a campaign calling on the Baillieu Government to consider introducing a new public holiday to celebrate the iconic AFL Grand Final.
Job training for students at Assumption College in Kilmore is at risk because of the Baillieu Government’s cuts to the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL).
The Baillieu-Ryan Government, just weeks from the fire season, has failed to deliver key election promises aimed at reducing the bushfire risk in regional Victoria.
The future of an award-winning program that has successfully supported victims of family violence in Victoria's north remains in doubt with the Baillieu Government refusing to provide the support it needs.
The Labor Opposition today launched a campaign to support the community’s concerns about the Baillieu Government’s $48 million cuts to the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) program.
The Baillieu Government’s decision to abruptly end support for roof-top solar had created a massive rush to install systems sparking safety fears.
The Baillieu Government is ignoring young Victorians by failing to fund successful youth mentoring programs.
The Baillieu Government’s decision to cut coordination funding for the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) program will limit the options of young people in the Shepparton region.
Hollywood teen star Miley Cyrus has called on the Premier to abandon his plans to develop coastal land on Phillip Island.
Kim Wells has today reminded Victorians why he is the hidden Treasurer of Victoria.
Thousands of workers in Victoria’s public sector could take tough industrial action with the Baillieu Government refusing to offer a fair pay increase.
The Baillieu Government must immediately release a detailed report it commissioned into Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning coordinators that reveals the importance of funding the program.
The Baillieu Government’s decision to cut coordination funding for the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) program will limit the options of young people in the Macedon region.
Two approved wind farms in Victoria’s south-west are among a number under threat because of the Baillieu Government’s new anti-wind farm laws.
The Baillieu Government can no longer disregard VicRoads advice to implement the Truck Action Plan and remove up to one million trucks a year from local streets.