Work placements at centre of skills investment reform
Economy | 1 September 2022
A parliamentary committee has recommended an overhaul of work-integrated learning such as internships and placements, in a bid to help alleviate skill shortages.
Unis face questions on skills investment challenge
Economy | 12 August 2022
Multiple high-ranking academics have fronted a parliamentary inquiry examining the university sector's investment in skills.
Cost of living crunch for governments
Economy | 5 August 2022
State governments have three main issues to consider when confronting higher prices.
Public hearings probe unis’ investment in skills
Economy | 10 June 2022
Industry insiders are giving evidence to a parliamentary inquiry assessing the investment in skills by Victorian universities.
Diverse development the key to prosperous Latrobe Valley future
Economy | 9 June 2022
The Latrobe Valley and Gippsland can develop a diverse range of industries as the region transitions away from coal-fired power, a Legislative Council Committee report has found.
Budget Estimates inquiry wraps up public hearings
Economy | 6 June 2022
The Public Accounts and Estimates Committee (PAEC) has concluded public hearings as part of its annual inquiry examining the government’s spending and revenue raising plans set out in the state budget.
Report paints an optimistic picture of Victoria’s renewable energy future
Economy | 26 May 2022
Environment and Planning Committee finds Victoria already has the right policy settings to meet the rapidly growing demand for electricity to the middle of the century.
Latrobe Valley transition powering ahead
Economy | 24 March 2022
Parliamentary Committee visits the Latrobe Valley to hear from unions, experts, community members and employers on economic transition plans
Universities' skills inquiry calls for submissions
Economy | 21 March 2022
Victorians can have their say on the state’s universities as part of a new parliamentary inquiry.