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New work for Budj Bim sites
Works have started across the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape, as part of the Victorian Government’s support for the Gunditjmara Traditional Owners to protect and develop the land so more people can celebrate its history and cultural significance.
Premier's awards celebrate medical research excellence
Victoria’s brightest emerging leaders in health and medical research have been honoured at the prestigious 26th annual Premier’s Awards for Health and Medical Research.
Melbourne’s laneways renewal project starts
Work has begun on the project to revitalise Melbourne’s laneways as the Central Business District (CBD) prepares to welcome back more workers, shoppers and tourists over summer.
Victoria‘s best in Science and Innovation shine
Recipients for the 2020 Victoria Prize for Science and Innovation and Victoria Fellowships have been announced.
The 2020-21 Victorian State Budget
The 2020-21 Victorian State Budget has been handed down in parliament by the Treasurer, Tim Pallas MP.
Victorian Tourism Recovery Package to encourage more to Visit Victoria
The $465 million Victorian Tourism Recovery Package to help the sector bounce back after a year of bushfires and necessary health restrictions to protect Victoria from coronavirus was announced today.
A new vaccine facility for Melbourne
The Victorian Government has helped secure the construction of a major new biotech manufacturing facility in Melbourne, to help protect against future influenza pandemic threats and safeguard hundreds of jobs.
New Australian Institute for Infectious Disease for Parkville biomedical precinct
The Victorian Government will establish an Australian Institute for Infectious Disease in the heart of Melbourne’s renowned Parkville biomedical precinct to lead the fight against future pandemics.
Melbourne set to become Australia’s new education-technology capital
Announced earlier this week, from 2021, Melbourne will host the EduTECH International Congress and Expo, the largest education technology exhibition in the Southern Hemisphere, held in Sydney for the last nine years.
A golden opportunity: Melbourne Cup taps Victorian gold
For the first time in the event’s 160-year history, the thriving Fosterville Gold Mine in the state’s north has produced the 2020 Lexus Melbourne Cup, marking the first time the gold for the Cup has come from Victoria.