Aitshi Marlena Kejriwal

A Delhi court has issued summons to AAP leader and Delhi’s education minister Atishi Marlena Singh (Atishi) in the criminal defamation case filed by Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) media head Praveen Shankar Kapoor over her claims that BJP had approached Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leaders to join their party in returnRead More →

Rahul Gandhi - Election 2024

Rahul Gandhi has slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi during an election rally at Deoria (UP) for his recent ‘God’ statement. Taking a swipe at the PM, Rahul Gandhi said, “… all the rest are biological, but Narendra Modi ji is not biological. Their ‘God’ has sent him to help AmbaniRead More →

Multicultural communities - 2024-25 Budget

Multicultural communities make an incredibly important contribution to the state, and the Victorian Budget 2024/25 invests an additional $52 million to support the strength of our multicultural and multifaith communities. Treasurer Tim Pallas has allocated $11 million to increase funding for community language schools, including those that teach Hindi andRead More →

Stop Flu 2024- Chief Health Officer Clare Looker


Victorians are being reminded to book in their annual flu vaccination ahead of an expected rise in flu and other respiratory viruses this winter. Victorian Chief Health Officer Clare Looker today visited the Royal Children’s Hospital for her annual vaccination and to encourage more Victorians to get theirs, particularly thoseRead More →

Priya Srinivasan wins Asia Pacific Arts Award 2024

Creative Australia has revealed the recipients of its inaugural Asia Pacific Arts Awards, celebrating the artists, collectives, and organisations engaged in creating and sharing work across the Asia Pacific.  The Asia Pacific Arts Awards are designed to recognise and promote Australian artists, collectives and organisations engaged in creating, and presenting/sharingRead More →

Gabrielle Williams - Free Broadband - Dandenong

Greater Dandenong Mayor Lana Formoso has welcomed a Federal Government initiative to give local students access to free broadband internet. The School Student Broadband Initiative is providing up to 30,000 families with no broadband access at home access to a free nbn service until the end of 2025. The nbnRead More →

Steve McGhie -Travellers enjoy V/line Bonanza

Melton residents are embracing public transport with v/line passengers across the state saving more than $50 million since the regional fare cap was introduced. The then Andrews Labor Government introduced the regional fare cap on 31 March last year, making regional public transport more affordable by capping the daily regionalRead More →