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Victorian state budget fears on taxes, services, jobs - The Age
Victorian state budget fears on taxes, services, jobs  The Age

Business and welfare groups say they fear tax increases and *service* cuts while unions are worried about job security for public servants as the Andrews Labor ...


Fonterra Victorian factory closure costs 98 jobs, leaves staff 'devastated' - ABC News
Fonterra Victorian factory closure costs 98 jobs, leaves staff 'devastated'  ABC News

Fonterra has ruled-out closing other dairy processing sites in Australia after falling milk supply forced the New Zealand company to close its factory at ...


Melbourne-based company buys historic Ford plants, promising thousands of jobs - 9news.com.au
Melbourne-based company buys historic Ford plants, promising thousands of jobs  9news.com.au

The last Ford Falcon rolled off the production line in Broadmeadows back in October 2016, signalling the end of an era in Australian car manufacturing and the ...


Victoria to spend an extra $1.8 billion on jails - Sydney Morning Herald
Victoria to spend an extra $1.8 billion on jails  Sydney Morning Herald

Victoria's new prison at Lara will be the state's largest maximum security lock-up, housing nearly 1250 inmates, when it is finished in three years, the State ...


'Era of change': Call for brutal Victorian Liberal transformation - The Age
'Era of change': Call for brutal Victorian Liberal transformation  The Age

A brutal fight is expected on the conference floor over the party's presidency, with a veteran party figure eyeing the top job currently held by Robert Clark.


Budget boost for programs to help ex-prisoners avoid returning to jail - Sydney Morning Herald
Budget boost for programs to help ex-prisoners avoid returning to jail  Sydney Morning Herald

More than $40 million will be spent on programs to curb Victoria's soaring prison population, including women and Aboriginal prisoners, by helping them find ...


Melbourne Metro encourages women to apply for new train driver positions - Infrastructure Magazine
Melbourne Metro encourages women to apply for new train driver positions  Infrastructure Magazine

Metro Trains is currently looking to hire the next generation of train drivers to deal with the expansion of Melbourne's train network, with a focus on attracting ...


63% of university jobs in Victoria are casual, as insecure jobs skyrocket - Mirage News
63% of university jobs in Victoria are casual, as insecure jobs skyrocket  Mirage News

The number of academics and professional staff at our universities who are in insecure work continues to skyrocket, according to new figures revealed...


'Starvation wages': No job security for most Victorian university staff - The Age
'Starvation wages': No job security for most Victorian university staff  The Age

When Shan Windscript starting teaching history at Melbourne University five years ago, she didn't imagine she would be paid 'starvation wages'.


Election results: Liberal Sarah Henderson concedes Corangamite to Labor's Libby Coker - Australia Votes - Federal Election 2019 - Politics - ABC News
Election results: Liberal Sarah Henderson concedes Corangamite to Labor's Libby Coker - Australia Votes - Federal Election 2019 - Politics  ABC News

Newly-elected Labor MP Libby Coker says ensuring the Government delivers on their expensive election commitments in Corangamite — even though they lost ...


Diversitat helping build job pathways in regional Victoria - Geelong Advertiser
Diversitat helping build job pathways in regional Victoria  Geelong Advertiser

GEELONGS Diversitat is heading up a new partnership helping build pathways to jobs and growing communities across regional Victoria.


‘Regrettable, but cops doing their job’: Graham Ashton defends police in botched raid - The Australian
‘Regrettable, but cops doing their job’: Graham Ashton defends police in botched raid  The Australian

Victorias top cop has defended police who broke an innocent mans arm in several places during a botched police raid at an apartment above an LGBT ...


Migrants to the rescue of Victoria's economy as housing slump digs in - The Age
Migrants to the rescue of Victoria's economy as housing slump digs in  The Age

Victoria's population boom, with nearly 85000 migrants settling here in a year, is keeping the economy out of trouble as the property market continues to slow.


Advice sought to fix Vic recycling woes - Manning River Times
Advice sought to fix Vic recycling woes  Manning River Times

What does Victoria need to build to help fix the state's recyclable waste crisis? That's the question being asked of the state's infrastructure agency, after...


Worker trapped in forklift on Melbourne job site - Gympie Times
Worker trapped in forklift on Melbourne job site  Gympie Times

A worker is trapped inside a large forklift which has toppled in Melbourne's west, with a specialist high-angle rescue underway.


Fonterra to close Australian factory with loss of almost 100 jobs - Stuff.co.nz
Fonterra to close Australian factory with loss of almost 100 jobs  Stuff.co.nz

Fonterra has decided to close its Dennington factory in Australia later this year.


Australian refugee footballer Hakeem Al-Araibi gets new job with Football Victoria - Sporting News AU
Australian refugee footballer Hakeem Al-Araibi gets new job with Football Victoria  Sporting News AU

Three months on from his release from a Thailand detention centre, Australian refugee and footballer Hakeem Al-Araibi has accepted a job with Football Victoria ...


Victoria – A positive growth story - MAB - MAB Corporation
Victoria – A positive growth story - MAB  MAB Corporation

Australia's retail market of late has been going through unique structural changes largely driven by the way consumers shop through omnichannel spending, ...


Quit Victoria film competition sees Canberra public servant quit job to follow dream - The Canberra Times
Quit Victoria film competition sees Canberra public servant quit job to follow dream  The Canberra Times

How a competition helped a public servant quit her job to follow her true calling.


Victorian public sector wages policy draws anger from one union, silence from another - The Mandarin
Victorian public sector wages policy draws anger from one union, silence from another  The Mandarin

The Victorian government's somewhat confusing new public sector wages policy, which came into effect last Wednesday, has met an angry response from the ...


BC business offers 'clean start' for people with employment barriers - Victoria News
BC business offers 'clean start' for people with employment barriers  Victoria News

A B.C. business is taking a different approach to its employment model. CleanStart BC is a junk and pest removal company that aims to hire people with barriers ...


Job|Director - Benalla Art Gallery|Curatorial and Exhibitions|Regional Victoria|ArtsHub Australia - ArtsHub
Job|Director - Benalla Art Gallery|Curatorial and Exhibitions|Regional Victoria|ArtsHub Australia  ArtsHub

Director to lead the organisation into an exciting period of development.


Vic, NSW share top economic spot again - Nine
Vic, NSW share top economic spot again  Nine

Victoria and NSW again share top spot on the CommSec State of the States report thanks to strong population...


Whittington Works Alliance’s Opportunity East program under threat - Geelong Advertiser
Whittington Works Alliance’s Opportunity East program under threat  Geelong Advertiser

A PROGRAM helping jobseekers in one of Geelongs most disadvantaged areas is facing a funding cut.


Thousands of jobs of offer in regional and rural Victoria as country business promote lifestyle - Herald Sun
Thousands of jobs of offer in regional and rural Victoria as country business promote lifestyle  Herald Sun

COUNTRY business are rolling out the welcome mat for new workers to fill thousands of job vacancies in regional and rural Victoria.


Vic strengths trade ties with China - The Young Witness
Vic strengths trade ties with China  The Young Witness

Victoria's booming trade relationship with China has exceeded target expectations as Premier Daniel Andrews makes his fifth trip to the Asian nation in as man...


Car-manufacturing jobs in Victoria give way to new high-tech industries - ABC News
Car-manufacturing jobs in Victoria give way to new high-tech industries  ABC News

There's been an unlikely resurgence in manufacturing jobs in Victoria, with more people now employed in the sector than before the shutdown of the automotive ...


Electric vehicles set to bring hundreds of jobs to Victoria's Latrobe Valley - ABC News
Electric vehicles set to bring hundreds of jobs to Victoria's Latrobe Valley  ABC News

About 500 jobs are set to be created in the Latrobe Valley, with the Victorian Government announcing a deal to bring the manufacturing of electric vehicles to the ...


Melbourne doctor who called for women to be raped stood down during investigation - The Guardian
Melbourne doctor who called for women to be raped stood down during investigation  The Guardian

Health district responsible for hospital that employs Dr Christopher Kwan Chen Lee says it takes 'professional misconduct' seriously.


More job losses for Ford in Victoria - SBS News
More job losses for Ford in Victoria  SBS News

More than 100 workers will lose their jobs at Ford in Victoria as the automaker further consolidates its operations.


HS2 reaches 9000 jobs - GOV.UK
HS2 reaches 9000 jobs  GOV.UK

Today, HS2 Ltd has confirmed that work on Britain's new high speed railway is supporting 9000 jobs around the country.


Victorian timber workers face uncertainty as plan for industry's access to native forests delayed - ABC News
Victorian timber workers face uncertainty as plan for industry's access to native forests delayed  ABC News

Timber workers and businesses are sweating on their future, with the Victorian Government delaying the release of plans for industry to access native timber ...


400 jobs for SA with more OTR stores in Victoria - The Advertiser
400 jobs for SA with more OTR stores in Victoria  The Advertiser

The Shahin family-owned fuel empire will expand further into Victoria with three new On The Run stores to open this year, part of a 40 million-plus spend that will ...


Victoria's renewable energy boom set to create thousands of jobs - The Guardian
Victoria's renewable energy boom set to create thousands of jobs  The Guardian

Green Energy Markets predicts more than 6000 annual jobs will be created but urges federal policy intervention.


Manufacturing continues to be one of Victoria's largest employers - Manufacturers' Monthly
Manufacturing continues to be one of Victoria's largest employers  Manufacturers' Monthly

Victoria's jobs growth is soaring as 10,000 jobs were created in March alone, with manufacturing dominating many roles in the state. The Australian Bureau of ...


Victorian schools lose their principals as parents drive teachers from top job - The Age
Victorian schools lose their principals as parents drive teachers from top job  The Age

Victorian schools are facing a critical shortage of principals, with one third of state school heads set to reach retirement age in the next five years. Some schools ...


Victoria’s Solar Homes Package Boosting Jobs - Solar Quotes
Victoria’s Solar Homes Package Boosting Jobs  Solar Quotes

As well as saving Victorian households a bundle of cash on going solar, the state's Solar Homes Package rebate is giving local employment a boost too.


Jobless rate edges down as Vic and NSW dominate work creation - The Sydney Morning Herald
Jobless rate edges down as Vic and NSW dominate work creation  The Sydney Morning Herald

Strong jobs market gives Morrison government good story to tell going to the polls.


Up to one third of Murray Darling Basin Authority jobs to move to regional communities - ABC News
Up to one third of Murray Darling Basin Authority jobs to move to regional communities  ABC News

A third of Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) staff are expected to be employed in regional communities, Agriculture and Water Minister David Littleproud ...


Reducing power bills, making jobs: Victorian Solar Homes subsidy program - Energy Matters
Reducing power bills, making jobs: Victorian Solar Homes subsidy program  Energy Matters

Australians have so far enjoyed good news on the energy front to kick off the new year. Country-wide, the Federal Government announced a win for families The ...


Victoria faces teacher shortage as student numbers surge - ABC Local
Victoria faces teacher shortage as student numbers surge  ABC Local

Teachers describe their job as challenging, creative and like being a doctor with less blood, so as Victoria frantically tries to cater for thousands of extra students, ...


Doubt cast on suburban rail loop with workers to be linked to low-job areas - Sydney Morning Herald
Doubt cast on suburban rail loop with workers to be linked to low-job areas  Sydney Morning Herald

The massive suburban loop project at the centre of the Andrews government's successful election campaign will fail to achieve a key aim of connecting workers ...


Victorian Coalition pledges to move government banking to Bendigo Bank - The Weekly Times
Victorian Coalition pledges to move government banking to Bendigo Bank  The Weekly Times

EXCLUSIVE: A MULTI-BILLION dollar switch in government banking to regional Victoria has been pledged by the Coalition ahead of the weekends state ...


Office of the Victorian Government Architect: Senior Adviser - The Fifth Estate
Office of the Victorian Government Architect: Senior Adviser  The Fifth Estate

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Office of the Victorian Government Architect (OVGA) and foster innovation in Victoria's housing to be better designed, ...


Unemployment creeps back up to 5pc despite strong jobs growth - ABC News
Unemployment creeps back up to 5pc despite strong jobs growth  ABC News

Another 25700 new jobs, mainly full-time, was not enough to stop the unemployment rate rising as more people looked for work.


Emerging medicinal cannabis industry to create 65 new jobs in Shepparton - Shepparton News
Emerging medicinal cannabis industry to create 65 new jobs in Shepparton  Shepparton News

Victoria's burgeoning medicinal cannabis industry will involve a new cultivation and manufacturing facility being built in Shepparton.


Labor promises 160 more Centrelink jobs in Victoria to help address lengthy waiting times - Herald Sun
Labor promises 160 more Centrelink jobs in Victoria to help address lengthy waiting times  Herald Sun

Centrelink and Medicare workforces in areas of high demand would be beefed up in a bid to reduce waiting times, under a federal Labor plan. About 160 ...


Melbourne to build mini-CBDs to cope with the population boom - ABC News
Melbourne to build mini-CBDs to cope with the population boom  ABC News

The idea of one single city centre is being challenged in Melbourne, where the population has surged beyond 5 million people. There are now plans for another ...


Fair Go for the Bush survey reveals jobs, roads as most important to country Victorians - Herald Sun
Fair Go for the Bush survey reveals jobs, roads as most important to country Victorians  Herald Sun

COUNTRY Victorians have had their say — jobs, roads and public transport are the issues most important to them.


Employment works in RBA's favour as jobs surge - The Sydney Morning Herald
Employment works in RBA's favour as jobs surge  The Sydney Morning Herald

Employment surged in October as the central bank's record-low interest rates spurred hiring, while the jobless rate remained at a six-year low despite an ...


Jobs strong but economy facing slowdown ahead of election and budget - The Age
Jobs strong but economy facing slowdown ahead of election and budget  The Age

The federal budget and election will be fought against the backdrop of a deteriorating economy with one of the nation's pre-eminent economists predicting the ...


Secret Andrews Government logging ban plans could wipe thousands of jobs - Herald Sun
Secret Andrews Government logging ban plans could wipe thousands of jobs  Herald Sun

EXCLUSIVE: A SECRET Andrews Government plan to ban logging in Victorian native forests next decade could wipe out thousands of jobs across the state.


Victorian Socialists push new jobs, real action on climate change - Green Left Weekly
Victorian Socialists push new jobs, real action on climate change  Green Left Weekly

If climate change is the great moral issue of our time, as one former prime minister famously said, then governments have failed miserably”, Victorian Socialists ...


Bendigo jobs at risk as Austrian company Steyr enters receivership - Herald Sun
Bendigo jobs at risk as Austrian company Steyr enters receivership  Herald Sun

More than 150 jobs in Bendigo are at risk after a company contracted to build engines for Australia's new generation of armoured vehicles went bust. The $1.5 ...


More Than 460000 Jobs Created In Victoria Under Labor - Mirage News
More Than 460000 Jobs Created In Victoria Under Labor  Mirage News

Victoria's jobs growth continues, with 10000 jobs created in March alone, and the State's unemployment rate dropping to 4.6 per cent. Australian Bureau...


Latrobe Valley population numbers fall after privatisation of Victorian power industry - ABC News
Latrobe Valley population numbers fall after privatisation of Victorian power industry  ABC News

A drop in the number of children living in Victoria's Latrobe Valley has been blamed on the privatisation of the state's power industry in the 1990s.


Victoria's Latrobe Valley coal-to-hydrogen pilot project gets green light from EPA - ABC News
Victoria's Latrobe Valley coal-to-hydrogen pilot project gets green light from EPA  ABC News

A world-first pilot project which will turn brown coal from Victoria's Latrobe Valley into hydrogen has been approved by the Environmental Protection Authority ...


Victoria less glum on growth than other states - The Age
Victoria less glum on growth than other states  The Age

Victoria is the only state in the country not to downgrade its growth forecasts, with gross state product expected to rise 3 per cent this financial year.


Andrews Government triples target for veterans to be recruited to public services - Herald Sun
Andrews Government triples target for veterans to be recruited to public services  Herald Sun

Hundreds of Victorian veterans will be recruited to the public *service* as part of push to help them land civilian jobs.


Victoria’s DEDJTR to be split into two parts - The Weekly Times
Victoria’s DEDJTR to be split into two parts  The Weekly Times

ONE of Premier Daniel Andrews first acts upon re-election has been to carve up Victorias mega Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and ...


VIC TRANSDEV BUS FLEET UPGRADE BIG WIN FOR SCANIA, LOCAL JOBS - Australasian Bus and Coach
VIC TRANSDEV BUS FLEET UPGRADE BIG WIN FOR SCANIA, LOCAL JOBS  Australasian Bus and Coach

THE VICTORIAN STATE GOVERNMENT'S order of 100 Scania city bus chassis as part of the Transdev Melbourne fleet upgrade is creating up to 20 new jobs in ...


Victorian government funds program to help trans women into work - QNews
Victorian government funds program to help trans women into work  QNews

The Victorian Government has announced funding for not-for-profit Fitted for Work, to help transgender job seekers overcome barriers to employment.


Australian Paper to proceed with Victorian-first energy-from-waste project - ABC News
Australian Paper to proceed with Victorian-first energy-from-waste project  ABC News

A proposed energy-from-waste plant which could divert 650000 tonnes of rubbish from landfill each year appears set to go ahead.


Latrobe Valley optimistic two years after Hazelwood power station closure, but coal attachment remains - ABC News
Latrobe Valley optimistic two years after Hazelwood power station closure, but coal attachment remains  ABC News

The Latrobe Valley community is optimistic two years after the Hazelwood power station closed, but coal continues to dominate the debate.


Why I lasted just five weeks working in the apple industry - The Age
Why I lasted just five weeks working in the apple industry  The Age

I recently moved out to regional Victoria with my wife and child. We wanted to flee the rat race and get a house that didn't cost an arm and a leg and a kidney (in ...


Tasmanian meatworks and abattoir jobs on the wane as livestock sails to Victoria for slaughter - ABC News
Tasmanian meatworks and abattoir jobs on the wane as livestock sails to Victoria for slaughter  ABC News

Tasmania's farmers say economic activity, including jobs, had been lost to the mainland as the number of abattoirs on the island consolidates.


Manufacturer of automotive goods gets $20m backing in Victoria - Manufacturers' Monthly
Manufacturer of automotive goods gets $20m backing in Victoria  Manufacturers' Monthly

The Victorian government has agreed to provide a loan of up to $20 million to support Geelong manufacturer Carbon Revolution.


"Big shoes to fill": Victorian startup industry reacts to new Innovation Minister - SmartCompany.com.au
"Big shoes to fill": Victorian startup industry reacts to new Innovation Minister  SmartCompany.com.au

Martin Pakula, new minister for jobs innovation and trade, was the first to admit he has large shoes to fill.


Start-up Invests $30m in Victoria's Medicinal Cannabis Industry - The Urban Developer
Start-up Invests $30m in Victoria's Medicinal Cannabis Industry  The Urban Developer

Two Canadian companies have announced plans to invest in Victoria's medicinal cannabis industry, further boosting the state's plan to become the “medicinal ...


Victoria Extends State Care to 21 - Pro Bono Australia
Victoria Extends State Care to 21  Pro Bono Australia

Advocates hope Victorian foster children will no longer face the threat of homelessness once they turn 18, with the state government extending state care to 21 ...


Victorian coroner Sara Hinchey could lose job over allegedly taking alcohol from workplace - ABC News
Victorian coroner Sara Hinchey could lose job over allegedly taking alcohol from workplace  ABC News

Victoria's chief coroner Sara Hinchey could lose her job if an allegation she took alcohol belonging to the Coroner's Court is proven, the judicial watchdog finds.


Daniel Andrews and Matthew Guy hit the hustings for Victorian election campaign - ABC Local
Daniel Andrews and Matthew Guy hit the hustings for Victorian election campaign  ABC Local

The leaders of Victoria's two major parties hit the hustings on the first day of the state election campaign, with Premier Daniel Andrews heading north-east and ...


Vic to grow another 30,000 ICT jobs - Technology Decisions
Vic to grow another 30,000 ICT jobs  Technology Decisions

Victoria's ICT workforce is expected to grow by 2.5% by 2023, creating 30000 new jobs.


Wind turbines bring manufacturing jobs to Victoria - Manufacturers' Monthly
Wind turbines bring manufacturing jobs to Victoria  Manufacturers' Monthly

Wind power is creating new manufacturing jobs in Geelong, Victoria, with wind turbine components set to be assembled at the former Ford Motor manufacturing ...


Premier 'proud' to attend massive union rally - 9news.com.au
Premier 'proud' to attend massive union rally  9news.com.au

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews joined more than 100,000 marchers in Melbourne's CBD today as a mass union rally demanded a change in government and ...


Aldi jobs: Supermarket hiring 10 area managers with up to $155k salary - NEWS.com.au
Aldi jobs: Supermarket hiring 10 area managers with up to $155k salary  NEWS.com.au

ALDI is on the hunt for 10 new area managers to run its Victorian stores for a starting salary of $101,800. The role, which comes with a company car, iPhone and ...


Significant increase in minimum wage won't cost jobs, Labor says - The Guardian
Significant increase in minimum wage won't cost jobs, Labor says  The Guardian

In a Fair Work submission, ALP argues economy will benefit because 'low wages growth threatens consumer demand'


How Morwell survived the closure of its major industry and is starting to grow again - Domain News
How Morwell survived the closure of its major industry and is starting to grow again  Domain News

When its major employer shut down two years ago, the naysayers predicted the end for this town. But it\\\'s proved them wrong, and by some way.


Rural communities turn to social enterprise to create jobs and keep residents from leaving - ABC News
Rural communities turn to social enterprise to create jobs and keep residents from leaving  ABC News

A small rural town in north-east Victoria turns to social enterprises to create new jobs and stop locals from having to leave town in search of employment ...


Victoria Labor to base Solar Victoria agency in Latrobe Valley - RenewEconomy
Victoria Labor to base Solar Victoria agency in Latrobe Valley  RenewEconomy

A re-elected Andrews Labor Government will create up to 50 new jobs in the Latrobe Valley with a new government agency, Solar Victoria, to be based in ...


Jump in renewable energy jobs as solar farms overtake hydro power - The Age
Jump in renewable energy jobs as solar farms overtake hydro power  The Age

Jobs in large-scale solar farms tripled last financial year, overtaking the hydro sector for the first time, and helping to drive an overall expansion of employment in ...


'It is hard': Business booming in regional areas but luring workers from city proves challenging - ABC News
'It is hard': Business booming in regional areas but luring workers from city proves challenging  ABC News

A growing labour shortage in Victoria's west has the potential to threaten hundreds of millions of dollars of new investment in the region, a municipal executive ...


Amazon hires permanent employees after complaints about casual work - The Age
Amazon hires permanent employees after complaints about casual work  The Age

Global e-commerce giant Amazon will create 500 permanent jobs in its Australian fulfilment centres following criticism about the insecure casual employment of ...


Greater Victoria residents among the most credit-worthy Canadians - Victoria News
Greater Victoria residents among the most credit-worthy Canadians  Victoria News

While residents of Greater Victoria are among the most credit-worthy Canadians, they also have seen their obligations rise, according to figures from Canada ...


Melbourne city loop upgrade contractor collapses - The Age
Melbourne city loop upgrade contractor collapses  The Age

The engineering and infrastructure firm contracted to work on some of Melbourne's biggest transport infrastructure projects has gone into administration.


Automation is causing an ICT job boom in Victoria - IT Brief Australia
Automation is causing an ICT job boom in Victoria  IT Brief Australia

ACS, the professional association for Australia's ICT sector, launched its 2018 ACS Australia's Digital Pulse report in Melbourne. The report highlights that ...


Vestas brings winds of change to Victoria manufacturing, with turbine plant in Geelong - RenewEconomy
Vestas brings winds of change to Victoria manufacturing, with turbine plant in Geelong  RenewEconomy

Victoria's former centre for car manufacturing, Geelong, will host a turbine assembly and testing hub for global wind giant Vestas.


Coalition dangles $1 billion carrot to businesses keen to go regional - The Age
Coalition dangles $1 billion carrot to businesses keen to go regional  The Age

Businesses seeking to grow or relocate in regional Victoria would benefit from a $1 billion decentralisation fund, the Coalition says.


CFMEU pressures Andrews government over police dispute - The Age
CFMEU pressures Andrews government over police dispute  The Age

Victoria's Andrews government is facing a serious political challenge from the state's militant construction union, which is preparing to sue Victoria Police for ...


Australia's youth unemployment hot spots - The Age
Australia's youth unemployment hot spots  The Age

Regions in NSW, Victoria and Queensland have the highest rates of youth unemployment in the country, peaking at more than five times Australia's overall ...


Victoria's election result will determine whether bosses who underpay staff face jail - ABC News
Victoria's election result will determine whether bosses who underpay staff face jail  ABC News

Aaron Farrugia no longer works at the popular vegan restaurant Smith and Daughters in the inner Melbourne suburb of Fitzroy, after a recent roster change left ...


'I've got a mortgage': Fiona Patten to consider job offer from Andrews - The Age
'I've got a mortgage': Fiona Patten to consider job offer from Andrews  The Age

Premier Daniel Andrews says he will offer Fiona Patten a job after her likely toppling in Saturday's election, describing her looming defeat as a 'loss to the ...


Powelltown Sawmill: Timber jobs face chop as log supply delayed - The Weekly Times
Powelltown Sawmill: Timber jobs face chop as log supply delayed  The Weekly Times

POWELLTOWN Sawmills 35 workers and their families want the Victorian Government to end the uncertainty on their future access to the states forest.


D-Day veterans revisit Normandy, recall horror and triumph - Victoria News
D-Day veterans revisit Normandy, recall horror and triumph  Victoria News

Planes spread out across the sky, nearly wingtip to wingtip. A sniper's bullet whizzing by the ear. Squeezing a dying soldier's hand, so he knew he was not alone ...


Chemist Warehouse workers strike over alleged sexual harassment, job casualisation - ABC News
Chemist Warehouse workers strike over alleged sexual harassment, job casualisation  ABC News

Workers from Chemist Warehouse in two states have gone on an indefinite strike over what they claim is a widespread culture of sexual harassment and labour ...


Victoria appoints first cross border commissioner - The Mandarin
Victoria appoints first cross border commissioner  The Mandarin

The Victorian government has named senior public servant Luke Wilson as the state's first ever cross border commissioner. He'll work to resolve some of the red ...


Big merger: VicRoads and PTV to become one mega-agency - The Age
Big merger: VicRoads and PTV to become one mega-agency  The Age

VicRoads and Public Transport Victoria will be merged into one mega-agency within the Department of Transport from July 1.


Five Melbourne councils forced to dump recycling in landfill as Victoria crisis deepens - The Guardian
Five Melbourne councils forced to dump recycling in landfill as Victoria crisis deepens  The Guardian

Councils respond after authorities ban one of state's largest refuse companies from accepting waste at two sites, citing a fire risk.


Liberals 'cave in' and reject calls for new Great Forest National Park - ABC Local
Liberals 'cave in' and reject calls for new Great Forest National Park  ABC Local

A new national park in Victoria's central highlands — home of the state's animal emblem, the leadbeater's possum — will not be created if the Coalition win ...


Why the seat of Shepparton matters in the 2018 Victorian State election - Herald Sun
Why the seat of Shepparton matters in the 2018 Victorian State election  Herald Sun

SHEPPARTON is the only seat in Victoria that was won by an independent MP at the 2014 state election.