Helping Families in Melton Cobblebank Secondary Schoo-BTl-6946

 The Allan Labor Government’s first Budget is dedicated to helping families in Melton, says Melton MP Steve McGhie. With the current cost of living, covering supplies and extracurricular activities can be hard on families doing it tough. Uniforms, camps and excursions – it all adds up. That’s why we areRead 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

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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 →

Indian Spies expelled from Australia

A report published in the Washington Post has revealed the identity of the nation, the 2 spies expelled from Australia in 2020 were Indian spies – from the busted spy-nest. It has been claimed in the media that the 2 operatives (Indian spies) were ‘undeclared’ agents in Australia, involved inRead More →