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Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (Vic)


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13 Jul 2017

Victoria has one of the world's largest life science clusters composed of the medical technology (medtech), biotechnology (biotech) and pharmaceutical industries. It is home to a vibrant commercial sector, key R&D infrastructure and advanced manufacturing expertise making it a highly sought...

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07 Jun 2017

Victoria is home to the second largest brown coal resource in the world. This low cost and abundant resource has ensured the supply of affordable and reliable electricity that has supported our economic prosperity for nearly a century. However, there is a fundamental change underway which will...

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Annual Report

13 Oct 2016

I am pleased to report on the progress made in 2015-16 by the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (DEDJTR), towards our goal of improving the living standards and wellbeing of Victorians.

The department has been operating for 18 months. In the first six...

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23 Aug 2016

The purpose of this document is to specify the standards for the operation of the electronic tag based NLIS (Sheep & Goats) system in Victoria. These standards apply to all sheep and goats born on or after the commencement date (1 January 2017) that move after this date from or onto a...

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15 Dec 2015

Towards future industries: Victoria’s automotive transition plan is a $46.5 million package that will create jobs and help businesses, workers and communities in the automotive industry meet the challenges ahead and take advantage of emerging opportunities. The plan will provide...

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19 Aug 2015

To grow renewable energy in Victoria, the Labor Government is developing a Renewable Energy Action Plan. This Action Plan will set out a range of measures to help drive the utilisation of sustainable energy sources in Victoria. This will include establishing a renewable energy generation target...

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15 Jul 2015

Every generation of regional Victorians has had to adapt to change. From the expansion of regional cities during the post-war boom, to the increased exposure of manufacturing and agriculture industries to global competition, each generation has faced and dealt with significant economic, social...

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13 Jul 2017

Victoria has one of the world's largest life science clusters composed of the medical technology (medtech), biotechnology (biotech) and pharmaceutical industries. It is home to a vibrant commercial sector, key R&D infrastructure and advanced manufacturing expertise making it a highly sought...

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21 Jun 2017

This Boston Consulting Group report investigated Melbourne's cultural strengths – from the number of creative events and venues to the number of residents employed in the creative sector – to reveal how the city compares locally and globally. 

The report finds that Melbourne's mix of...

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07 Jun 2017

Victoria is home to the second largest brown coal resource in the world. This low cost and abundant resource has ensured the supply of affordable and reliable electricity that has supported our economic prosperity for nearly a century. However, there is a fundamental change underway which will...

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09 Nov 2016

The Victorian government has identified food and fibre as one of six key industry sectors set to underpin Victoria’s future economic growth and jobs.

Victorian produce continues to be in high demand across the globe, with increasing demand from Asia, with our reputation for producing high...

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27 Oct 2016

The Inquiry has recommended that a licensing scheme be set up to regulate labour hire operators. The report also called on the Victorian Government to advocate for a national licensing scheme for labour hire operators, through the Council of Australian Governments.

The Victorian...

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Annual Report

13 Oct 2016

I am pleased to report on the progress made in 2015-16 by the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (DEDJTR), towards our goal of improving the living standards and wellbeing of Victorians.

The department has been operating for 18 months. In the first six...

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Discussion paper

23 Aug 2016

The purpose of this document is to specify the standards for the operation of the electronic tag based NLIS (Sheep & Goats) system in Victoria. These standards apply to all sheep and goats born on or after the commencement date (1 January 2017) that move after this date from or onto a...

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15 Dec 2015

Towards future industries: Victoria’s automotive transition plan is a $46.5 million package that will create jobs and help businesses, workers and communities in the automotive industry meet the challenges ahead and take advantage of emerging opportunities. The plan will provide...

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Research report

15 Jul 2015

Every generation of regional Victorians has had to adapt to change. From the expansion of regional cities during the post-war boom, to the increased exposure of manufacturing and agriculture industries to global competition, each generation has faced and dealt with significant economic, social...