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Serving up a smashing Australian Open
Last year, more than one billion people a day tuned in to watch the Australian Open tennis action on television around the globe – even more on social media – and this year's tournament promises greater viewing numbers than ever.
Boost your business with Registered Service Providers
A list of Registered Service Providers for the Boost Your Business Voucher program has been published.
Local jobs on display through MCEC expansion
The $205 million expansion of the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) is benefiting over 700 local workers, apprentices and businesses during construction as a result of content requirements for new major Victorian projects.
Gas report drills down into the detail
The first update into a three-and-a-half-year study of Victoria's gas reserves and resources is now available.
Life Science jobs - just what the doctor ordered
Nutribiotech, a leading nutritional supplement producer with factories in China, Korea and the US, has chosen Victoria as the location of its fourth global manufacturing facility, creating 150 new jobs in Dandenong South.
More opportunities for life science entrepreneurs
Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson is establishing the new Johnson & Johnson Innovation Partnering Office @ Monash, in collaboration with Monash University and with the support of the Victorian Government.
New plan to get more Victorian cycling
A new plan has been launched to get more Victorians on bicycles for trips to work, school and around their neighbourhoods.
Making Victoria’s roads safer for visiting drivers
Leading into the peak holiday period, the Victorian Government is rolling out a suite of activities to ensure international visitors have a safe and enjoyable holiday on our roads.
Local workers suiting up for penguin parade revamp
Phillip Island Nature Park's $58 million revamp of the Penguin Parade Visitor Centre is set to benefit more than just the penguins, with over 200 jobs to be supported as a result of the local content requirements of the project.
New engineering opportunities with world-class facility at Fishermans Bend
A new University of Melbourne engineering school is set to reinvigorate Fishermans Bend.