Harness racing in Horsham will receive a major boost, thanks to a joint funding package of $52,000 supported by the Andrews Labor Government.
Students at Heatherhill Primary School will soon have a new flagpole to fly the Aboriginal flag, thanks to support from the Andrews Labor Government.
Negotiations are advancing between the Andrews Labor Government and the Wotjobaluk Peoples to create a new Recognition and Settlement Agreement for Traditional Owners in the state’s west.
The Victorian Budget 2018/19 will include $75 million to upgrade the Andrews Labor Government’s Mordialloc Bypass to a four-lane freeway.
Tabcorp Park Melton’s popular Seniors Race Nights will make a triumphant return this April, thanks to a joint funding package of almost $52,000 supported by the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government today announced the appointment of leading commercial barrister Matthew Connock QC as a Judge of the Supreme Court.
Racegoers at Ballarat are gearing up for a series of community themed race days under a joint investment package of more than $31,000.
Racegoers are set to flock to the Caulfield Racecourse this Saturday, 31 March, for the 2018 Easter Cup.
The Andrews Labor Government will take action to overhaul the state’s suppression order laws to ensure Victorian courts are open, transparent and the laws protect the public’s right to information.
The 2018 Warracknabeal Cup has received a major funding boost, thanks to support from the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government introduced new laws today to strengthen Victoria’s legal assistance sector, improve access to legal information and make it easier and faster to resolve civil disputes.
The Andrews Labor Government today officially opened the $73 million Shepparton Law Courts, giving communities access to more modern court facilities and better access to justice.
Racegoers are set to flock to Australia’s oldest continuous trotting club today for the 2018 Boort Cups Day.
The Andrews Labor Government today announced the appointment of Matthew Finnis to the Board of the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission (VEOHRC).
Doggie donuts and puppuchinos will be on offer at Melbourne’s newest dog-friendly café to promote the adoption of retired racing greyhounds.
The Andrews Labor Government is calling for expressions of interest from Victorians who have been victims of crime to serve as representatives on the Victims of Crime Consultative Committee.
Birchip is set for back to back success this weekend when harness racing returns for the second year running thanks to a joint investment of almost $18,000 supported by the Andrews Labor Government.
Horsham Greyhound Racing Club is gearing up to host its feature event of the year with the Group Two Horsham Cup this Saturday, 10 March.