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News and Events
15 July 2016
The annual report on Victoria's official population and household projections, Victoria in Future 2016, confirms we remain the fastest-growing state in the country with our population expected to reach 10.1 million by 2051.
1 July 2016
The Yarra River is one of Victoria’s most iconic waterways and along with its network of parklands and open spaces is an important aspect of Melbourne’s liveability.
27 May 2016
The Minister for Planning Richard Wynne today released written submissions to the Plan Melbourne refresh along with two reports summarising the key trends and feedback received from the refresh submissions and consultation and engagement workshops.
9 May 2016
Her Majesty's Theatre, Ballarat, has received the first grant under a $30 million allocation from this year's State Budget to restoring restoring heritage buildings, the largest financial boost from a state government into Victoria's heritage sites.
26 April 2016
The Victorian Government has proposed new planning controls to guide development and support the long-term liveability of Melbourne’s central city.
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