'Seeing women' the key to improving health outcomes
Health & Welfare | 22 February 2024
Preventing ill health in Victorian women not only leads to a healthier society but also means less demand on the state’s secondary and tertiary prevention services, according to the Women's Health Services Network.
Recap of first sittings for 2024
General | 11 February
The first parliamentary sitting week for 2024 included debates on various pieces of legislation and a very significant event, reports Legislative Council President Shaun Leane in his Week in Review.
We are deeply sorry
General | 8 February
Premier Jacinta Allan led a parliamentary apology to Victorians who experienced historical abuse and neglect as children in institutional care.
Regional leaders draw lessons from parliament
General | 2 September 2023
Emerging leaders from the Great South Coast gain insights during two-day program.
Parliament showcase for growth industry
General | 31 August 2023
Magnificent display highlights importance of horticulture for Victoria.
Native bird hunting report released
Environment | 31 August 2023
A Legislative Council Select Committee inquiry into Victoria’s recreational native bird hunting arrangements has tabled its report in parliament.
Games cancellation probe underway
Economy | 30 August 2023
The handling of regional Victoria’s abandoned 2026 Commonwealth Games is the focus of a select committee inquiry.
Students have their say in 2023 Parliament Prize
General | 25 August 2023
The winning entries for the 2023 Parliament Prize have been announced today on parliament’s social media channels.
Whipping up stronger links with Fiji
General | 23 August 2023
A parliamentary workshop held in Melbourne has helped to strengthen ties between the Fiji and Victorian Parliaments.
Space to learn during Science Week
General | 19 August 2023
Science and civics education combine as Mission Control lands at Parliament House.
Regional Victoria feeling housing shortage pressure
Economy | 16 August 2023
Regional and rural Victoria will need 87,400 new dwellings over the next 15 years, according to evidence given to the Legislative Council Legal and Social Issues Committee.