VICTORIA

Can one afford to die in Victoria?

While Victoria doesn’t yet have a death tax, the cost of enacting wills is set to soar by up to 650%. Under a new model under consideration, the Supreme Court’s probate office could collect over 1000% more in fees than it costs…
10 July, 2024
Ministry of Mens Behavior

Australia launches a divisive Men’s Behavior Ministry

In a move stirring significant debate, the Premier of Victoria, Australia, has created a Ministry aimed at reprogramming men. Tim Richardson has been appointed as the nation’s first Parliamentary Secretary for Men’s Behavior Change, a decision driven by concerns over gender-based violence…
3 July, 2024

Melbourne experiences coldest morning of the year

Residents of Victoria experienced the coldest morning of the year so far today, with a minimum temperature of -1 degrees forecast. While the mercury reached 0 degrees in the city centre, areas such as Horsham, Bendigo, Ballarat, Geelong and the Mornington Peninsula…
3 July, 2024

Victoria’s middle class the “new face” of poverty

A growing number of working families are being added to the queues of economically impoverished Australians relying on food donations during the cost-of-living crisis. Foodbank Australia, whose latest needs assessment shows 3.7 million households struggled to put food on the table last…
12 June, 2024

Fourth Victorian poultry farm detects bird flu

Victoria’s bird flu outbreak has now spread to a fourth poultry farm, a development anticipated by authorities amid ongoing investigations. Agriculture Victoria confirmed today that a farm near Meredith, west of Melbourne, tested positive for avian influenza. “This detection is not unexpected…
6 June, 2024
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