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Feb 19

So how do we ensure a big and growing Melbourne delivers a good life for every person?


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Jan 31

A deliberately confusing and complex electricity market is allowing retailers to charge Victorians more.


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Jan 29

The Royal Commission must set an ambitious but achievable plan for a new approach to mental wellbeing.​


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VCOSS is urging the State Government to take significant steps to ease the financial burden for school families.


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Jan 25

Ten years ago, Victorians lived through the worst heatwave and bushfires in Australia’s history. Tragically, 173 people lost their lives


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Jan 10

Affording a home doesn’t have to mean buying property; for many it means being able to pay rent.


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Jan 9

VCOSS welcomes these changes to the feed-in tariff methodology.


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The sad reality is access to public transport in Victoria is haphazard.


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Jan 7

An authoritative, trusted and freely available source of knowledge about disaster resilience principles in Australia.


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Jan 3

Extreme heat can present a serious health risk, especially to elderly people and those with medical conditions. With temperatures climbing


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Dec 19

VCOSS response to ACCC discussion paper on electricity supply monitoring


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Dec 11

Response to the Essential Services Commission draft principles and actions for family violence assistance


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Dec 4

VCOSS is concerned the VEU program is under-used by people on low incomes, renters and people with health and disability


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Nov 30

VCOSS Response to the Australian Building Codes Board Accessible Housing Options Paper


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Nov 23

Giving every Victorian child a high-quality education relies on designing inclusive, engaging and affordable schools. Inclusive schools embrace diversity and


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