More young people will be at the forefront of efforts to manage invasive species, thanks to new grants from the Victorian Government.
The Victorian Government has eased the pressure that paying vehicle registration can put on Victorians, with 1.8 million Victorian vehicles paid through short-term registration over the last year.
Bushfire assistance of up to $1960 per family has been extended to communities in 14 Victorian council areas to help relieve personal hardship and distress.
It’s now easier for Victorian hunters to find out where they can legally hunt across the state with the release of the Victorian Government’s new electronic hunting maps.
Works to construct a new roundabout at a high-risk Mt Rowan intersection are now complete, giving people driving through the area a safer journey thanks to the support of the Victorian Government.
Mining companies that can demonstrate a commitment to engaging with Traditional Owners and boosting local jobs will be favoured in a major release of ground for gold exploration by the Victorian Government.
Victorian drivers and motorcycle riders are being reminded to look out for each other on the roads, with rider numbers set to increase over summer.
From 1st December 2019, local councils will register all backyard pools and spas in their area, with property owners being required to submit a current certificate of compliance for their pool or spa safety barrier fence.
More people have already lost their lives on Victoria’s roads this year (2019) than for the entirety of 2018 – a tragic reminder for all of us to take care on our roads.
New townhome sites in Altona North and Merrifield North in Melbourne, Victoria.