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  • Victoria Launches Government Taskforce To Combat Sexual Harassment At Live Music Events
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    Victoria Launches Government Taskforce To Combat Sexual Harassment At Live Music Events

    A new government taskforce will be convened to address the sexual harassment and assault of women inside Victoria’s licensed venues, following on from yesterday’s meeting of the state’s Live Music Roundtable. Minister for Justice and Brunswick MP, Jane Garrett, has actioned the new squadron, the brainchild of music advocacy groups SLAM (Save Live Australia’s Music)

  • Victoria Is Still Failing At Music, According To This State Election Report Card
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    Victoria Is Still Failing At Music, According To This State Election Report Card

    Ahead of the Victorian state election, industry body Music Victoria has today unveiled their State Election Report Card, which assesses the Coalition government, as well as Labor and The Greens, on their commitment to live music. Having recently been successful in their long battle to secure the implementation of Agent of Change into the state

  • Victoria Is Finally Getting Reforms To Protect Live Music From Noise Complaints
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    Victoria Is Finally Getting Reforms To Protect Live Music From Noise Complaints

    After a protracted battle, Victoria’s live music scene will finally see the implementation of Agent of Change laws that will better protect venues from noise complaints by new residential developments. Planning Minister Matthew Guy will reportedly sign into action a suite of changes to planning regulation that will enshrine the Agent of Change principal in

  • Victoria Is Close To Getting Proper Live Music Noise Reform
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    Victoria Is Close To Getting Proper Live Music Noise Reform

    Victoria’s live music scene could see the implementation of an Agent of Change law within weeks as reports suggest negotiations with the Department of Planning are in their final stages. Music Feeds reported last week that Planning Minister Matthew Guy has pushed forward crisis talks with music industry lobby groups to discuss vital reforms to

  • Liberal Minister Holds Melbourne Live Music Crisis Talks
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    Liberal Minister Holds Melbourne Live Music Crisis Talks

    The Victorian Liberal State Government and music industry lobby group Music Victoria have held talks today to discuss vital reforms to the city’s live music scene. The talks were pushed forward a day after Planning Minister Matthew Guy was criticised yesterday for dragging his feet. Reports theMusic.com.au, Labor Shadow Minister for The Arts Martin Foley

  • Report Finds Regional Live Music Worth $276.2m To Victorian Economy
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    Report Finds Regional Live Music Worth $276.2m To Victorian Economy

    A new report commissioned by contemporary music advocacy group Music Victoria has found that the regional live music scene in the state contributes $27.62 million to the Victorian economy annually, with 37 percent of venue owners reporting an increase in punters in the past 12 months. In addition to the findings, the Regional Victoria Live

  • Music Victoria Membership Drive Prizes Announced
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    Music Victoria Membership Drive Prizes Announced

    Jump on the bandwagon! Become a paid-up Music Victoria member today to do your bit to support the Victorian music scene and you will automatically go in the running to win some amazing money-can’t-buy prizes, which include: Coffee and biscotti with Henry Wagons Professional development with highly respected industry figures like Jen Cloher, Michael Parisi

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