Archives for July, 2018

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Tougher Monitoring For Young Parolees

Parolees as young as 16 could be forced to wear electronic monitoring devices, and subject to drug and alcohol tests regardless of age as a condition of their parole, under tough new laws introduced today by the Andrews Labor Government. Electronic monitoring will be targeted..


Thousands of Victorians now have the comfort and security of a new home thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s ground-breaking Homes for Victorians initiative. Changes to the first home buyer stamp duty concession and first home owners grant came into effect on 1 July 2017. Since then..


Member for Cranbourne Jude Perera MP has announced Casey council has been awarded a sought-after Victorian government grant to boost local social housing. The Social Housing Investment Planning (SHIP) grant provides $2.5 million to local governments to plan new social housing in their regions. More..

Cheaper Car Rego For Thousands More Victorian Tradies

Thousands of trade apprentices who rely on their car to travel to work every day will be hundreds of dollars better off, with the Andrews Labor Government extending its registration discount program. Under the scheme, eligible apprentice tradies can apply for a 50 per cent..

More Investment For Young Victorians Who Need It Most

The Andrews Labor Government is continuing to invest in at risk Victorian youth and children, by announcing opportunities for two new Partnerships Addressing Disadvantage. From 16 July 2018, applications will be sought from organisations to develop programs that improve engagement and education outcomes for vulnerable..