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VCOSS has welcomed a new plan to improve work, study and business opportunities for Victorians with a disability.
VCOSS has welcomed the Victorian Government’s Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Action Plan - a comprehensive and multi-faceted response to a
Every person in Victoria should be supported to live a good life.
Victoria's big power companies have flagged significant price hikes for 2018 and must increase relief by an equal measure, according
VCOSS has joined a coalition of justice, human rights, social service and Aboriginal organisations to call on the Victorian Government
New rules for power companies in Victoria will help stop struggling energy users incurring big debts or being disconnected, the
In the new report ‘Stuck in traffic? Road congestion in Sydney and Melbourne‘ the Grattan Institute has suggested the Victorian
The Thwaites-Mulder review into Victoria’s power markets provides an action blueprint for the Victorian Government to ease skyrocketing prices, according
Australian politicians must stop and listen to the voices of real people suffering under horror power price rises, Victoria’s peak
The Victorian Government is rushing through dangerously regressive legislation that will make the state’s youth justice system cruel and less
Victorians will be rightly horrified by the revelations in The Same Four Walls, a new investigation into cruel and ineffective
Victoria’s peak social advocacy body has given qualified support to a State Government plan to make it easier for renters
The Victorian Council of Social Service has applauded the establishment of a new $1 billion Victorian Social Housing Growth Fund.
Changes to the youth justice system announced today are a retrograde step that will not improve community safety, the Victorian