Boat Ramp fees have been scrapped for boaters using Kananook Creek and Olivers Hill boat ramps in Frankston, giving Victorians even more reasons to celebrate the start of the boating and fishing season.
The Victorian Government is celebrating the start of the trout and other freshwater fishing season with the Ballarat Fishing Festival.
Recreational game fishers in Portland will be encouraged to properly handle their Southern bluefin tuna catch as part of the national Tuna Champions campaign.
A new workplace health and safety awareness campaign targeting employers who risk workers’ lives is warning they face tough penalties if they do the wrong thing.
Nineteen of Gippsland’s highest-risk intersections will be made safer as part of the first round of the Victorian Government’s state-wide blitz targeting rural and regional Victoria’s most dangerous intersections.
Four more lakes in central Victoria are now open to recreational fishers in canoes, kayaks and boats with electric motors, thanks to the Victorian Government’s plan to get more people fishing, more often.
Regional Victoria is set to be better connected than ever, with the Victorian Government announcing the delivery of 150 mobile phone towers across the state to improve safety, eliminate black spots and enhance digital connections.
The Victorian Gold Rush-era mountainside town of Walhalla now has mobile coverage and has become Telstra’s 600th Australian location to benefit under the Federal Government Mobile Black Spot Program.
Faster permits are on track to be the norm for Victorian businesses with more than half of all councils engaged in the Victorian Government’s Better Approvals Project cutting business permit processing times.
Forty-five of northern Victoria’s highest-risk intersections will be made safer as part of the first of round of a state-wide blitz targeting rural and regional Victoria’s most dangerous intersections thanks to the Victorian Government.