Well, it’s official. Van Gogh and the Seasons is now the most popular exhibition in the history of the NGV. But it won’t be here forever – so if you’re looking for something to do this weekend…
To 12 more level crossings we are removing: We don’t like you. We won’t miss you.
Found this out yesterday… Excluding the City Loop, when was the last time a Melbourne rail line was extended by three or more new stations? 87 years ago! Before the ballpoint pen was invented. Before Elvis was alive. Our Mernda Rail extension is no small thing. Three new stations. Thousands of new jobs. A brand […]
How are we getting rid of nine level crossings without shutting down our busiest train line? With really big cranes.
Rod Laver Arena is about to look really different. Construction has already started, by the way.
Unlike NSW, we’re building new trains in our own state – not in South Korea. And we’re building so many of them that we don’t have anywhere to park them, let alone maintain them. So here’s our solution.
Starting today, City Square will be fenced off and closed for years. A giant Bunnings-style shed* will take its place, so we can dig under the city and build the new Metro Tunnel. Disruption, yes – it’s unavoidable with a project of this size. But a truly world-class ‘turn up and go’ public transport system […]
It’s happening. Victoria, meet the West Gate Tunnel. Work starts early next year.
The Royal Children’s Hospital is one of the most special places in the whole country. Now, Victoria has another one – and it’s opening today. Watch.
Children at kinder aren’t just getting ‘looked after’. They’re learning. And the devoted professionals who teach them aren’t just ‘childcare workers’. They’re early childcare educators. Kinder matters. Some Governments may take a different view – but this one never will.