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Default pricing is a significant and very justified intervention in the Victorian energy market.
This is a budget which largely delivers the policy platform Labor took to the state election.
All kids in Victoria should be able to get to school, wherever they live and whatever their families’ circumstances.
Victorian energy retailers are attempting to block power users from getting a fairer priced deal, the state's peak social advocacy
Victoria doesn’t have to settle for the title of Australia’s most progressive state. We can be Australia’s fairest state, too.
VCOSS is urging the State Government to take significant steps to ease the financial burden for school families.
People living across regional Victorian have the same stake in our democracy as people living in Melbourne.
It has to end. Power is an essential service. We need to put people before profits.
The Victorian Government is the Rocky Balboa of the toll fines Industry.
VCOSS and NATSEM analysis reveals there is not a single pocket of Victoria that is poverty free
Victoria’s peak social advocacy body has welcomed Victorian Labor’s pledge to build 1,000 new public housing units if re-elected.
Victoria needs an ambitious social housing building program to provide a roof to those most in need.
People with disability will help shape Victoria's care workforce of the future.
VCOSS & FSSI MEDIA RELEASE Victoria has a window of opportunity to put itself ahead of the game in building
All school-age children should be able to play sport however simply making PE compulsory isn’t the right response.
Victorian teachers, students, principals, schools and community workers are launching a campaign to make inclusive education a top-tier election issue.