reopening of Victorian schools Covid classroom

Today is the start of Term 4 in Victoria. Schools have reopened after break and not all school children in Victoria are allowed back from today. Here is how children will be allowed back in a staggered way to recommence face-to-face learning after the reopening of Victorian schools: Children goingRead More →

People with Disabilities

by Bill Shorten, Shadow Minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme, Shadow Minister for Government Services  In August 2020, one of Melbourne’s luxe bayside suburbs, Albert Park, was the site of a terrible and sad tale. In the middle of the city’s second hard lockdown, the residents of a privateRead More →

Ros Spence more food support

The Victorian Government is ensuring culturally diverse Victorians doing it tough can still put food on the table by helping more multicultural organisations provide crucial food relief to communities during the pandemic. Minister for Multicultural Affairs Ros Spence today announced the opening of $2.7 million in grants through the Priority ResponseRead More →

Shri Shiva Vishnu Temple gets $500,000

The Victorian Government is supporting multicultural and multifaith communities to reconnect, celebrate and share their culture through COVIDsafe festivals and events in 2022 with grants available for community festivals and events. Minister for Multicultural Affairs Ros Spence today announced the opening of the next round of the Multicultural Festivals andRead More →