Archives for September, 2019
Students across Eastern Victoria have enjoyed hundreds of books over the past few months as part of the Premiers’ Reading Challenge.
Children in Eastern Victoria are among more than 28,000 across the state set to benefit from programs and additional resources in 2020, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s $160 million School Readiness Funding initiative.
One of Victoria’s most respected alcohol and other drug support agencies has been appointed to run the Andrews Labor Government’s new youth residential rehabilitation service in the Latrobe Valley.
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 Teachers, principals and school staff in Eastern Victoria are among the finalists being acknowledged by the Andrews Labor Government in this year’s Victorian Education Excellence Awards. Acting Minister for Education Gayle Tierney today congratulated the 35 finalists across 12 award categories…
Students from Traralgon College wowed the crowd at the Palais Theatre in St Kilda last week, winning the Best Adapted Story Award for their performance Friends Unite.
The Andrews Labor Government is calling for applications for scholarships of up to $10,000 for women looking to pursue leadership and development roles in sport and active recreation.
Visionaries in Eastern Victoria can establish or enhance local creative spaces under the Andrews Labor Government’s new Regional Coworking Spaces and Creative Places program.
The first cohort of Free TAFE students from TAFE Gippsland have graduated from their courses and are beginning to secure jobs, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s landmark Free TAFE initiative.
Warragul students now have bigger, better classrooms and school facilities to learn in, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.