aArchives for October, 2015

Archives for October, 2015

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New Public Transport Night Network Unveiled

The Andrews Labor Government has released new details of its one year trial of all-night public transport on weekends. Minister for Public Transport Jacinta Allan today unveiled the much anticipated bus routes for the critical safety initiative, alongside a new name for the trial: Night Network.

New Appointments Embrace Diversity Of Victorian Multicultural Commission

"I am pleased to welcome the new Commissioners to the Victorian Multicultural Commission. Each will play an important role in providing advice to the Government on services and programs for diverse communities, as well as on any emerging issues.” “Each Commissioner boasts a great diversity of skills, a passion for multiculturalism, and experiences and community connections to draw upon that will no doubt help us imbed positive change.”

Snapshot Of Community Input On Better Public Transport

The Andrews Labor Government today released the Loddon-Mallee Conversation Summary, which provides a snapshot of the feedback received during recent Regional Network Development Plan (RNDP) workshops in Swan Hill, Mildura, Castlemaine, Echuca and Bendigo.

Child Safety Standards Introduced To Help Prevent Abuse

The Andrews Labor Government is delivering on its commitment to implement all the recommendations of the Betrayal of Trust inquiry, with legislation introduced in Parliament today for new mandatory Child Safe Standards. The new legislation will ensure all organisations that deal with children have appropriate..

Labor To Restore Fair Compensation For Crash Victims

The Andrews Labor Government will fulfil another election commitment by reversing legislation introduced by the previous Liberal Government that restricted Victorians’ ability to claim common law compensation following a transport accident.


The Andrews Labor Government has launched a new tool to help Victorians save money on their power bills, as new figures show that nine out of 10 Victorians are paying too much for electricity. Minister for Energy, Lily D’Ambrosio today launched Victorian Energy Compare with..