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Rehabilitation, mental health & addiction programs trump prisons any day, says veteran crime writer John Silvester. theage.com.au/victoria/law-a…
If housing was considered in inflation data (a key cost-of-living gauge), the rate would be "significantly higher".… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
Christmas is a time of stress, loneliness or other challenges for many Victorians. Learn how you can help out...
Victoria has a problem with the repeat and violent offending behaviours by a small number of young offenders. But we can’t arrest our way out of this problem.
A Melbourne social enterprise is providing an innovative solution to women's homelessness.
10,000 Victorian students are disengaging from education every year. But if we’re willing to listen and be flexible, we can help keep our kids in school.
The reasons kids become disengaged from school are often complex, and having the right supports in place is crucial to preventing it.
A new Victorian strategy for Aboriginal health and wellbeing will need to involve Aboriginal people in all aspects, from development to delivery and evaluation, and build on strong foundations of culture and community, to have the best chance of succeeding.
Australia’s first smash repair social enterprise, Mission Australia’s Synergy Auto Repairs is offering positive long-term outcomes for vulnerable young people.
Unfair fees and poor dispute resolution are ruining retirement for some, warns the Consumer Action Law Centre.