• Sencha Tea Follows An Old Tradition

    18:14' 23-04-2018

    Sencha Tea Follows An Old Tradition

    For centuries, Asians have enjoyed green tea, or sencha tea as it is called in Japanese, for its nutritional benefits and flavoursome taste.

  • The Show Is On For Young Victorians

    19:54' 05-04-2018

    The Show Is On For Young Victorians

    This month, events will be organised all across Victoria to celebrate and recognise the contribution of young people.

  • Introducing Our Manufacturing Expertise To The World

    04:32' 03-04-2018

    Introducing Our Manufacturing Expertise To The World

    Victoria’s Minister for Industry and Employment Ben Carroll left on the Easter weekend for a ten-day trip to China and the USA. The purpose of the trip was to introduce the States manufacturing, research and design capabilities to the world to help create jobs, new investment and trade opportunities.

  • Generous Funding To Support Multicultural Festivals

    04:29' 03-04-2018

    Generous Funding To Support Multicultural Festivals

    The State Governments Multicultural Festivals and Events (MFE) program will make nearly $2 million available to support multicultural community festivals and events across Victoria.

  • Students To Get More Volunteer Support

    20:21' 20-03-2018

    Students To Get More Volunteer Support

    Victorias EdConnect program, connecting young people with volunteer mentors for extra help, has been given $300,000 to expand its services.

  • Teaching Safer Driving For Young People

    20:24' 19-03-2018

    Teaching Safer Driving For Young People

    Victoria’s newest road safety program, Road Smart, is a State Government initiative to improve training and road safety education for young people.

  • Finding Mates With More Men’s Sheds

    19:21' 07-03-2018

    Finding Mates With More Men’s Sheds

    Men’s Sheds are safe and productive spaces for men to work on common projects, form friendships and give back to their community.

  • International Students' Lives Caught On Video

    15:32' 22-02-2018

    International Students' Lives Caught On Video

    Last week the winners were announced in the video competition “A Day in the Life of an International Student”.

  • Community Grants To Boost Social Cohesion

    02:25' 22-02-2018

    Community Grants To Boost Social Cohesion

    The $650,000 Community Harmony Program for 2017/18 has awarded 22 grants to community groups.

  • Victoria Committed To Wind Farm Power

    20:02' 20-02-2018

    Victoria Committed To Wind Farm Power

    The Victorian Government has put its weight behind wind power and a strong “renewables future” for the state, legislating renewable energy generation targets of 25% by 2020 and 40% by 2025. These targets will see an estimated $9 billion of investment and around 11,000 construction jobs created over the period of the scheme.

  • Victoria Still Leading In Job Creation

    18:36' 20-02-2018

    Victoria Still Leading In Job Creation

    Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data released this month confirms that, in the past 12 months to January 2018, Victoria’s employment rose by 100,200 people (up 3.2%).

  • Business Confidence Still Fairly High

    23:26' 07-02-2018

    Business Confidence Still Fairly High

    According to the latest Sensis Business Index (SBI) survey, business confidence among small and medium businesses (SMB) in Victoria fell 7 points in the final quarter of 2017. Although this puts Victorian SMB business confidence behind NSW, it is still 1 point above the national average.

  • Business Confidence Still Fairly High

    02:00' 07-02-2018

    Business Confidence Still Fairly High

    According to the latest Sensis Business Index (SBI) survey, business confidence among small and medium businesses (SMB) in Victoria fell 7 points in the final quarter of 2017. Although this puts Victorian SMB business confidence behind NSW, it is still 1 point above the national average.

  • Tech Schools Partner With CSIRO

    23:36' 24-01-2018

    Tech Schools Partner With CSIRO

    Students attending Victoria’s 10 Tech Schools will have access to better learning programs, thanks to a new partnership with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).

  • Melbourne Crime Is Generating Concern

    01:41' 24-01-2018

    Melbourne Crime Is Generating Concern

    The new year began with fierce debate about the state of crime in Victoria, with not only police and members of the community participating, but also federal politicians.

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