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Gender and Disability Workforce Development Program Funded - Pro Bono news

Posted: Monday, July 20, 2015 – 11:08

The Victorian Government has announced $400,000 in funding for the state-wide roll out of a program aimed at reducing gender inequality and disability discrimination. 118 more words

Victoria - the Education State. An opportunity to provide input into this statewide consultation

The Victorian Government is currently seeking advice from across Victoria regarding the vision that the Government has in Victoria – the Education State.

The Education State consultation is an opportunity for all Victorians to have their say on what is working well in our education system, and how it can be improved. 34 more words

Inquiry into unconventional gas in Victoria

AWA Source 6 July 2015

The Victorian Standing Committee on Environment and Planning has called for an inquiry on the exploration, extraction, production and rehabilitation for onshore unconventional gas.

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Environmental Toxicology

Victorian Government releases farcical smart meter technical study

Last year, the Victorian Government announced it would conduct a health audit on smart meters.

See: http://stopsmartmeters.com.au/2014/07/16/herald-sun-reports-of-illness-prompt-audit-of-smart-meter-radiation/ and


This ‘health audit’ transformed into a “technical study”.   543 more words

Smart Meter

Ken McMurtrie reblogged this on The GOLDEN RULE and commented:

This is how governments try to avoid their responsibility for maintaining health and safety standards for the public. The Australian Victorian Government mandates a seriously suspect imposition on us, and refuses to risk being found out that they are contributing to public health problems. Definitely not a government for the people! (Or 'by', or 'of').

Victoria calls for other states, Commonwealth to ban powdered alcohol

ABC News 1 July 2015

Victorian authorities have called on other state’s and the Commonwealth to follow their lead and ban powdered alcohol.

The product, Palcohol, is not yet available in Australia but has been approved in the United States, with the manufacturer reportedly indicating it is interested in the Australian market.

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Drug Analysis And Toxicology

Replace Hazelwood Primer

It is clear in Victoria that positive programs of energy efficiency and encouragement of renewables are insufficient by themselves for strong climate action. We need to close down the high emissions intensity of brown coal electricity generation, it is the… 573 more words


Myki has led to "poor outcomes," says report

The reputation of Myki, the costly public transport ticketing system of the Victorian Government, has received more criticism.

This time, it comes from the Victorian Government. 424 more words