Consumer Affairs Victoria have released information for tenants about issues that might arise for tenants affected by natural disasters. See the Consumer Affairs Victoria website for detailed information.
The Andrews Labor Government is delivering on its commitment to provide Victorian families with free, expert child car seat fittings and safety checks to keep their little passengers safe.
Businesses, families, and individuals in bushfire affected communities will get immediate tax relief, with local people at the heart of the recovery and rebuilding efforts, the Victorian Government has announced today.
As Victorians begin returning to their homes and land following the recent bushfires, the Andrews Labor Government will make sure people can dispose of their bushfire waste without paying the landfill levy.
The Andrews Labor Government is making it easier for families to secure a kindergarten place for three and four-year-old children by supporting councils to develop central enrolment schemes and simplify enrolment processes.
If you haven’t already downloaded the Vic Emergency app on your phone or saved the site on your computer, now’s the time to do it! The site provides warnings about all types of natural disasters or incidents, including air quality and storm warnings and is essential to support safe travel at work or home. www.emergency.vic.gov.au […]
Family Safety Victoria are running a survey for Workers in Victoria’s community services sectors who sometimes come into contact with people affected by family violence. The census is an opportunity for workers to highlight the issues faced in the course of their work, that are related to family violence. The findings aim to build a […]
Children in Australia are generally happy, healthy and safe, according to a new report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW). But children’s experiences and outcomes can vary depending on where they live and their families’ circumstances.
Tenants once at risk of homelessness have begun moving into 100 new and affordable homes thanks to the Andrews Labor Government. Minister for Housing Richard Wynne today visited some of the new properties in Moonee Ponds and met residents. The vast majority of tenants are women aged over 55 – and many have fled family […]
For detailed information about the roll out of Family Safety Victoria’s new new family violence initiative in the Loddon region, you can read the Background Information and Orange Door Implementation updates.