The Victorian Government is co-leading the development of a national horse traceability register, which will improve biosecurity and tracking measures for all horses across Australia.
A National Horse Traceability Working Group has been established to inform the design of the register, following agreement at the Australasian Racing Ministers Conference and Australian Agriculture Ministers’ meeting that Victoria and Queensland would lead its development.
Victoria has recorded 12 new cases of coronavirus since yesterday, with the total number of cases now at 20,209.
More than 3,500 high-ability Victorian students at government primary and secondary schools will start an educational extension program in Term 4 to reach their full potential.
The Victorian Government is delivering the benefits from the Connections Project directly into the hands of farmers – fast-tracking the issue date of water shares and financial payments.
The Victorian Government is backing community sport and recreation infrastructure across the state with applications now open for the second round of the $100 million Community Sports Infrastructure Loans Scheme.
Victoria has recorded eight new cases of coronavirus since yesterday, with the total number of cases now at 20,197.
The overall total has increased by six due to two cases being reclassified.