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New opportunities for blind and vision impaired students

Federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt, Assistant Minister for Social Services Senator Mitch Fifield, Member for La Trobe Jason Wood and State Education Minister Martin Dixon today opened the only school for blind or vision impaired students in Victoria.

Napthine Government providing work and learning opportunities for vulnerable people in Shepparton

Shepparton's Work and Learning Centre is kicking goals by placing more than 100 people in employment since opening its doors almost 18 months ago.

Kingston CCTV cameras help keep community safer

Crime Prevention Minister Edward O'Donohue today unveiled a major expansion of Kingston's CCTV camera network, which will support a safer community and help prevent crime.

Vision for Shipwreck Coast open to community

Victorians are invited to have their say on the draft master plan for the Shipwreck Coast that opens for consultation today, Minister for Environment and Climate Change Ryan Smith said.

More than $2.4 million secures future of Bendigo tennis

Bendigo tennis players of all ages will soon be playing on a new show court and have access to a new Community and Event Operations Centre at the Bendigo Tennis Complex, with the Minister for Sport and Recreation Damian Drum today announcing $2.4 million in Victorian Coalition Government funding as a catalyst for the project.

Coalition Government assisting workers to retrain

Workers across Melbourne affected by economic restructuring will be able to access vital support to retrain and find new jobs, Minister for Higher Education and Skills Nick Wakeling announced today.

New fences laws to help make good neighbours

New legislation that commences on 22 September will help make the law on fences clearer, simpler and fairer and help avoid one of the most common causes of disputes between neighbours.

New era for privacy and data protection

The Act replaces the Information Privacy Act with a new framework that will apply across government to enhance the protection of personal information held by public sector agencies.

$10.8 million roads funding bonanza for Euroa

A $10.8 million investment in 12 projects aimed at improving driver safety, pedestrian safety and road maintenance in Euroa was announced today by Minister for Roads Terry Mulder.

Deputy Premier launches $1.6 million project at Heyfield as part of major MID upgrade

The Macalister Irrigation District (MID) is well on its way to becoming more efficient, with the launch of the $1.6 million Heyfield Regulator Retrofit Program which will save water and boost productivity.