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Bass interconnector jobs promise - Latrobe Valley Express
Bass interconnector jobs promise  Latrobe Valley Express

The Tasmanian state-owned company investigating a second electricity interconnector under Bass Strait to the Latrobe Valley estimates the project could create ...


Tradie loses foot after Vic job accident - West Coast Sentinel
Tradie loses foot after Vic job accident  West Coast Sentinel

A tradie has lost his foot after a workplace accident at an apartment building in Melbourne's west. Miladin Adamovic, 40, had been working at the West Melbour...


Kicking Goals In China And Boosting Jobs In Victoria - Mirage News
Kicking Goals In China And Boosting Jobs In Victoria  Mirage News

The Andrews Labor Government is continuing its push to win a bigger share of the $US300 billion Chinese sports industry, with a major trade mission...


Jobs, Infrastructure And Investment Driving Victoria - Mirage News
Jobs, Infrastructure And Investment Driving Victoria  Mirage News

Jobs growth and record infrastructure investment have solidified Victoria's position as the nation's strongest economy. The state's 2018-19 mid-year financial ...


Unemployment drops below 5 per cent for the first time in eight years - ABC News
Unemployment drops below 5 per cent for the first time in eight years  ABC News

The unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest level in almost eight years, although its move below 5 per cent was largely driven by fewer people looking for ...


Conviction recorded for Victorian policeman who assaulted man in Moe cells - ABC News
Conviction recorded for Victorian policeman who assaulted man in Moe cells  ABC News

A Latrobe Valley police officer who punched a man in the head multiple times while he was in the Moe police station's cells has had a conviction recorded after ...


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.


More Jobs And A New Biotech Era For Victoria - Mirage News
More Jobs And A New Biotech Era For Victoria  Mirage News

A US biotech company developing cutting edge drugs to treat neurologic and psychiatric disorders has chosen Victoria as its next home. Praxis Precision ...


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. A target to recruit 250 returned servicemen ...


450000 Jobs For Victorians Under An Andrews Labor Government - Mirage News
450000 Jobs For Victorians Under An Andrews Labor Government  Mirage News

Victoria's economy continues to perform strongly – recording the highest annual jobs growth of all the states – and creating nearly half a million jobs for ...


Regional Vic group on board with ScoMo's population management - Bay 93.9
Regional Vic group on board with ScoMo's population management  Bay 93.9

Geelong is part of a Victorian group that has praised the federal government's plan to stem growth in major cities and get more migrants out to regional areas.


Jobless rate falls to near eight-year low - Sydney Morning Herald
Jobless rate falls to near eight-year low  Sydney Morning Herald

The unemployment rate edged down to 4.9 per cent in February. But the fall was due to a drop in the number of people looking for work.


German supermarket giant unveils Vic plans - 9news.com.au
German supermarket giant unveils Vic plans  9news.com.au

German supermarket giant Kaufland has announced an initial $459 million to bring their stores to Victoria.


Westpac "very cautious on jobs seasonality" - MacroBusiness
Westpac "very cautious on jobs seasonality"  MacroBusiness

Employment growth slowed in February lifting 4.6k less than what the market was looking for (median +15k) but a touch better than Westpac's forecast of –5k.


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 ...


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 ...


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 ...


It's a messy job and everyone wants to do it: Families keep Italian tradition alive - The Age
It's a messy job and everyone wants to do it: Families keep Italian tradition alive  The Age

When Nathan Jones joined the Salvati family eight years ago, he discovered a treasured family ritual.


Victorian government triples target to support veteran employment - Defence Connect
Victorian government triples target to support veteran employment  Defence Connect

The Victorian government will help more veterans find a career in the state's public sector, having exceeded its target to assist ex-*service* men and women with ...


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 ...


Bega Cheese Coburg factory closing: job losses expected - NEWS.com.au
Bega Cheese Coburg factory closing: job losses expected  NEWS.com.au

Bega Cheese is closing its cheddar and mozzarella cheese manufacturing facility in Coburg with immediate effect, with redundancies to follow.


Victoria scales up push to lure talented workers - The Australian
Victoria scales up push to lure talented workers  The Australian

Victorias state government start-up agency LaunchVic has announced a statewide campaign to promote a career change, with statistics showing many people ...


Veterans return for Shield showdown - cricket.com.au
Veterans return for Shield showdown  cricket.com.au

Victoria recall Cameron White while NSW bring back Steve O'Keefe and Peter Nevill for title 2018-19 title decider.


Backing Carbon Revolution And Local Jobs In Geelong - Mirage News
Backing Carbon Revolution And Local Jobs In Geelong  Mirage News

The Andrews Labor Government has agreed to provide a loan of up to $20 million to support Geelong manufacturer Carbon Revolution, to help it continue to...


Sex workers call for change to law in Victoria to improve their safety - ABC News
Sex workers call for change to law in Victoria to improve their safety  ABC News

Sex workers working as escorts in Victoria feel unsafe under the current 'no in-call' laws that make it illegal for escorts to bring a client to their own space.


NSW and Victoria facing biggest hit from 'double-dipping' casuals - Sydney Morning Herald
NSW and Victoria facing biggest hit from 'double-dipping' casuals  Sydney Morning Herald

NSW and Victoria could face the biggest costs associated with "double dipping" claims from casual workers according to new analysis showing potential claims ...


Victoria ramps up public service special entry program for military veterans - The Mandarin
Victoria ramps up public service special entry program for military veterans  The Mandarin

The Victorian government has revised its target for the recruitment of military veterans to its public *service* agencies to 750 by the end of June 2021, tripling the ...


AFLW: Brisbane Lions star Sabrina Frederick-Traub reportedly quits job ahead of possible move to Victoria - Fox Sports
AFLW: Brisbane Lions star Sabrina Frederick-Traub reportedly quits job ahead of possible move to Victoria  Fox Sports

Brisbane Lions AFLW star Sabrina Frederick-Traub has reportedly quit her job at AFL Queensland as her future at the club remains in doubt.


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 ...


Is Victoria headed for a school principal drought? - Herald Sun
Is Victoria headed for a school principal drought?  Herald Sun

Headhunting is underway to sign up principals for a number of elite private schools amid warnings more needs to be done to recruit new leaders across the ...


Academic Positions In The School Of Education - The Conversation AU
Academic Positions In The School Of Education  The Conversation AU

Academic roles across 3 disciplinary focus areas (Level A through E); Several positions across our Melbourne (Bundoora) and regional campuses; Be part of the ...


Victoria SES sees decade-long surge in women joining the volunteer emergency service - ABC News
Victoria SES sees decade-long surge in women joining the volunteer emergency service  ABC News

Providing emergency assistance and supporting other vital services has led to the number of women volunteering at Victoria State Emergency *Service* (VicSES) ...


Review to determine ways to expand tourism In Regional Victoria - Australasian Leisure Management
Review to determine ways to expand tourism In Regional Victoria  Australasian Leisure Management

The Victorian Government is to explore new ways to grow tourism and support regional Victoria through a review into the regional tourism industry. Introducing ...


Jaclyn Symes needs to make a strong case for agriculture - The Weekly Times
Jaclyn Symes needs to make a strong case for agriculture  The Weekly Times

ITS time Victorian Agriculture Minister Jaclyn Symes stepped up to the mark and delivered for the states farmers and timber industry.


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, ...


Why Metro Tunnel won’t fix Melbourne congestion - Herald Sun
Why Metro Tunnel won’t fix Melbourne congestion  Herald Sun

Expensive road and rail projects serving the CBD will not solve Melbournes congestion problems, says a top planner.


2020 BP Graduate Program - Commercial, VIC - Pedestrian TV
2020 BP Graduate Program - Commercial, VIC  Pedestrian TV

About the Opportunity. At BP, we find, develop and produce energy resources every day – energy that's behind the products that keep us all moving.


Federal Election: Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten draw battle lines on health - 9news.com.au
Federal Election: Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten draw battle lines on health  9news.com.au

With May 11 now being tipped as the likely date for the Federal election, Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten are preparing to go ...


New WorkSafe data reveals areas where people are getting injured on the job - Herald Sun
New WorkSafe data reveals areas where people are getting injured on the job  Herald Sun

More than 500 Victorians are injured on the job each week — and six people have died so far this year — new data has revealed.


Women encouraged to apply for open water board positions - Utility Magazine
Women encouraged to apply for open water board positions  Utility Magazine

Victoria's 19 water corporations and ten catchment management authorities are encouraging applications for 115 open positions on their boards, with women ...


Victoria series three review – sit back and enjoy the soapy ride - The Guardian
Victoria series three review – sit back and enjoy the soapy ride  The Guardian

As light Sunday-night entertainment, the endlessly unsubtle Victoria does the trick ... just don't even think about fact-checking the plot.


Job|Museum Shop and Visitor Service Manager – National Wool Museum|Retail|Regional Victoria - ArtsHub
Job|Museum Shop and Visitor Service Manager – National Wool Museum|Retail|Regional Victoria  ArtsHub

Manage the Museum Shop and front of house services for the National Wool Museum.


Victoria University launches new hospitality school - hospitality - Australian Hospitality Magazine
Victoria University launches new hospitality school - hospitality  Australian Hospitality Magazine

Victoria University (VU) has launched the School for the Visitor Economy in a bid to focus on hospitality, tourism, and event management. The university will offer ...


Review: State Opera South Australia Carmen in the Square - ArtsHub
Review: State Opera South Australia Carmen in the Square  ArtsHub

A touch of Seville in Adelaide's Victoria Square from State Opera South Australia.


Bendigo Regional YMCA to merge with YMCA Victoria - Bendigo Advertiser
Bendigo Regional YMCA to merge with YMCA Victoria  Bendigo Advertiser

YMCA Victoria says it will allow for greater sharing of resources.


Charter Hall’s GPO Exchange office tower tops out over Victoria Square - The Advertiser
Charter Hall’s GPO Exchange office tower tops out over Victoria Square  The Advertiser

Mining giant BHP and Attorney-General Vickie Chapman have been given a first glimpse of the view from their new offices, which includes a sweeping ...


Emotional Victorian Tutle win to Mills: Did it remembering his dad - Speedcafe
Emotional Victorian Tutle win to Mills: Did it remembering his dad  Speedcafe

Bairnsdale Speedway on Saturday night hosted the 'Dwyers Toyota' supported Victorian Division 2 Hot Rod title along with major events for the Wingless Sprints ...


Waghorn fights back in Victorian Country Series Round 2 at Portland - Speedcafe
Waghorn fights back in Victorian Country Series Round 2 at Portland  Speedcafe

Toby Waghorn took on the second round of the Victorian Country Series at the Portland Kart Club over the weekend. Waghorn come home in the top five at the ...


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.


Youth unemployment in Bendigo region highest in Victoria - Bendigo Advertiser
Youth unemployment in Bendigo region highest in Victoria  Bendigo Advertiser

Bendigo region's youth unemployment rate of 18.3 per cent is far above the state average.


Victoria manufacturing company expands to create up to 80 new jobs by 2020 - Victoria Advocate
Victoria manufacturing company expands to create up to 80 new jobs by 2020  Victoria Advocate

Tejas Production Services officials credit Victoria for the ability to expand the company by five times and add up to 80 more employees by the end of the year.


The sharing economy is going to innovate us into the Victorian Era - The Outline
The sharing economy is going to innovate us into the Victorian Era  The Outline

Facing a dearth of full-time opportunities offering nice things like “benefits” and “health insurance,” the modern millennial go-getter is free to use the gig economy ...


Eyre Peninsula firefighters help Victorian efforts - Port Lincoln Times
Eyre Peninsula firefighters help Victorian efforts  Port Lincoln Times

Local CFS firefighters recently departed for Victoria to assist with fighting bushfires in eastern Victoria.


Rare vacant blocks offered at Grovedale - NEWS.com.au
Rare vacant blocks offered at Grovedale  NEWS.com.au

THERE'S only a handful of vacant blocks of land remaining in the Grovedale employment precinct between Grove Rd and Essington St.


Money for Tasmanian power link to Victoria - Tenterfield Star
Money for Tasmanian power link to Victoria  Tenterfield Star

Tasmania is one step closer to getting a second electricity interconnector to the mainland after both major parties committed $56 million to the project. Prim...


St Kilda police attack: Kayla Potts and Jack Houldcroft among accused - NEWS.com.au
St Kilda police attack: Kayla Potts and Jack Houldcroft among accused  NEWS.com.au

An engaged couple who live with their parents and three-year-old son are today accused of assaulting two police officers during an “all-out affray” in Melbourne ...


Snowy Hydro 2.0: Federal Government invests $1.4 billion in project - NEWS.com.au
Snowy Hydro 2.0: Federal Government invests $1.4 billion in project  NEWS.com.au

A massive expansion of the Snowy Hydro scheme has been officially approved in a bid to force energy prices down and make power more reliable.


Victoria Learns JT's Brain Tumor Caused His Violent Behavior - Soaps.com
Victoria Learns JT's Brain Tumor Caused His Violent Behavior  Soaps.com

Tuesday March 26, 2019: On Young and the Restless today, Paul fires Rey, Arturo and his truck get beat on, and Victoria...


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

Hundreds of jobs are set to be created in the Latrobe Valley, with the Victorian Government announcing a deal to manufacture electric vehicles in a new factory ...


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 ...


Behind The Stumps: A look at cricket in south-west Victoria - Warrnambool Standard
Behind The Stumps: A look at cricket in south-west Victoria  Warrnambool Standard

Pirates pair call time, Jones family's day out and English strike force dominate this weeks Behind The Stumps.


VIC Community Engagement Officer - Pedestrian TV
VIC Community Engagement Officer  Pedestrian TV

Oaktree engages with over 250,000 youths and supporters across Australia. We are able to do this through our State Branches which lead campaigns, ...


Regional Vic unemployed youth hotspot - The Australian
Regional Vic unemployed youth hotspot  The Australian

Regional Victorian youth have the states highest rate of unemployment, a new Brotherhood of St Laurence report reveals.


Personal trainers, group exercises help unmotivated employees get fit, study finds - Herald Sun
Personal trainers, group exercises help unmotivated employees get fit, study finds  Herald Sun

Personal trainers and group exercise classes at work can help unmotivated employees get fit, a Swinburne University study has found. The study, of 252 full-time ...


Victoria Falls residents ring-fences jobs - Bulawayo24 News
Victoria Falls residents ring-fences jobs  Bulawayo24 News

THE VICTORIA Falls community has warned investors to give qualified locals preference for jobs at their businesses, including at the new Sawanga Mall.


Lawyer X identified as Nicola Gobbo after court lifts suppression order on Informer 3838 - ABC News
Lawyer X identified as Nicola Gobbo after court lifts suppression order on Informer 3838  ABC News

Former defence barrister Nicola Gobbo can now be revealed as Lawyer X, the police informer at the centre of a 15-year legal scandal that risks overturning the ...


More than 100 Ford jobs cut in Victoria - SBS News
More than 100 Ford jobs cut in Victoria  SBS News

More than 100 Victorian Ford workers will lose their jobs as the automaker shifts some of its engineering work to the United States.


Victoria job market turns up the heat while Vancouver cools down: report - BCBusiness
Victoria job market turns up the heat while Vancouver cools down: report  BCBusiness

The latest Employment Outlook Survey shows a hopeful hiring market for Victoria while Vancouver's slows its roll.


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.


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.


Vic Fangio's method for creating picture-perfect Broncos - DenverBroncos.com
Vic Fangio's method for creating picture-perfect Broncos  DenverBroncos.com

PHOENIX -- At midday Monday on a perfectly manicured lawn at the luxurious Arizona Biltmore hotel, most of the NFL's coaches will gather for a group photo.


Ex-premier to lead Victoria University - Tenterfield Star
Ex-premier to lead Victoria University  Tenterfield Star

Former Labor premier Steve Bracks has been named as the next chancellor of Victoria University. Mr Bracks, 64, who held the state's top job from 1999 to 2007,.


Why Victoria needs a real Centre for Youth Literature - ArtsHub
Why Victoria needs a real Centre for Youth Literature  ArtsHub

Since the State Library of Victoria has retired the Centre for Youth Literature, Mike Shuttleworth argues that we should look for a new home for childrens ...


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 ...


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 ...


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 ...


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

The Morrison government will go into this year's election campaign riding the strongest jobs market in seven years, with new figures showing unemployment ...


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.


Did crime literature inspire murder in Victorian England? - SFGate
Did crime literature inspire murder in Victorian England?  SFGate

Murder by the Book: The Crime That Shocked Dickens's London. By Claire Harman. Knopf. 272 pp. $26.95. ---. On a May night in 1840, an asthmatic, ...


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.


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, ...


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 ...


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.


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 ...


Apple announces its long-awaited streaming TV service - Victoria News
Apple announces its long-awaited streaming TV service  Victoria News

Apple on Monday laid out the details of its news subscription *service*, Apple News Plus, at an event Monday. It's also expected to launch a video *service* that ...


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 ...


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 ...


More than 300 store closures are announced in a single day as the retail apocalypse rips through JCPenney, Gap, and Victoria's Secret - Business Insider
More than 300 store closures are announced in a single day as the retail apocalypse rips through JCPenney, Gap, and Victoria's Secret  Business Insider

Store-closure announcements from Gap, JCPenney, and Victoria's Secret will bring the total closings planned this year to nearly 4500.


Purple Day marks long journey for Gorge resident - Victoria News
Purple Day marks long journey for Gorge resident  Victoria News

Legislative Assembly to recognize epilepsy on Tuesday.


Job fears as state government orders VicForests to hold back timber release plan - Herald Sun
Job fears as state government orders VicForests to hold back timber release plan  Herald Sun

The Andrews Government has ordered VicForests to continue holding back its next timber release plan, despite the industry warning thousands of jobs are at ...


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 ...


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 ...


Students to receive careers advice from Year 7 under overhaul - The Age
Students to receive careers advice from Year 7 under overhaul  The Age

Every Victorian student will receive careers guidance from the age of 12 as part of a state government overhaul of careers education. The changes will be rolled ...


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.


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.


The rise and fall of George Pell – timeline - The Guardian
The rise and fall of George Pell – timeline  The Guardian

The boy from Ballarat rose to become an archbishop and a powerful force at the Vatican, before his career ended in conviction for shocking crimes.


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 ...


Port rejects Victoria Advocate's settlement offer | Around Town - Port Lavaca Wave
Port rejects Victoria Advocate's settlement offer | Around Town  Port Lavaca Wave

POINT COMFORT – The Calhoun Port Authority board voted unanimously to deny a settlement offer from the Victoria Advocated during a special called meeting ...