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A Better Sense Of Identity For Donor-Conceived Victorians | 1 March

All donor-conceived Victorians can now access available identifying information about their donors and heritage regardless of when they were born, under new laws that come into effect from today. Previously, only people born from sperm or eggs don... Read More

$5 Million Palliative Care Boost To Support More Victorians To Die At Home | 1 March

A new $5 million fund for community palliative care agencies to provide at home palliative care will support more Victorians with a terminal illness to be cared for, and die, in their place of choice. The new fund will provide grants of up to $50,... Read More

Next Step In Treaty Talks | 23 February

The next stage of a treaty with Aboriginal Victorians will be a two day state-wide meeting in late April where it is expected that the structure of a representative body to negotiate will be decided. This follows an agreement on a road map to trea... Read More

Reform, Growth And Better Outcomes For Social Housing | 23 February

 As waiting lists continue to grow, a bold new approach will give social housing organisations more power to build, buy and rent homes for vulnerable Victorians. For the first time ever, organisations will be able to utilise a $1 billion fund and... Read More

Removing Barriers To Sports Participation – Grants open | 23 February

Grants open today to encourage women and young people from culturally diverse groups to play sport and get involved with their local clubs. The Andrews Labor Government’s Multicultural Sports Fund aims to reduce barriers to sports participation ... Read More