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Jun 14

Lots of questions still need answering before the community services portable long service leave scheme starts on 1 July.


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Jun 12

We're helping train young job seekers for long and rewarding careers in Victoria’s booming community sector.


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May 30

Default pricing is a significant and very justified intervention in the Victorian energy market.


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May 27

This is a budget which largely delivers the policy platform Labor took to the state election.


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May 24

Kate Colvin from Council to Homeless Persons shares budget priorities that can help thousands of Victorians facing homelessness.


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May 23

All kids in Victoria should be able to get to school, wherever they live and whatever their families’ circumstances.


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May 22

Energy costs are a big issue for all Victorians, especially those with health conditions or disability.


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May 13

Better workforce data would help us plan for the future and give us a stronger platform for the community sector.


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May 10

No matter what you call it, investing in communities works.


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May 7

There are two ways you know Victoria is on the right track with its plan to introduce some price controls


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May 6

Inclusionary zoning could make affordable housing more than an unattainable dream.


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Victorian energy retailers are attempting to block power users from getting a fairer priced deal, the state's peak social advocacy


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May 1

Response to draft Orders in Council on the Victorian Default Offer  Joint submission by the Victorian Council of Social Service,


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Apr 29

We need a blueprint to help turn things around for thousands of young people trying to get a good job.


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Apr 24

VCOSS Submission to Issues Paper into the Social and Economic Benefits of Improving Mental Health Introduction Mental illness can affect


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