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and media fragmentation

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The Community Action Network is empowering thousands of Victorians to speak up and share their inspiring Labor story online and offline.



Keeping the light on the hill one podcast at a time. Pod On The Hill is the official weekly podcast of Victorian Labor that give voice to our MPs and supporters. Join us every Thursday for an in depth conversation. Available on iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher and your favourite podcast app.



See how our volunteers are bringing positive change to our communities, one house at a time through CANtv. It’s the Community Action Network YouTube channel for our CAN volunteers.  


To discuss the major announcements from the 2018 election launch and look back on the first week of the campaign to re-elect Australia’s most progressive government, we are joined by the Minister for Health - Jill Hennessy on this election special edition of Pod On The Hill.

In part 2 of our six part election series special we are joined by Minister Jenny Mikakos.

This is the first in our six part election series special. This week Minister Natalie Hutchins 

In August, the Andrews Labor government announced its Suburban Subway Rail Loop. A transformational and historic public transport policy that will modernise and reshape the way Victorians commute. Jacinta Allan, the Victorian Transport Minister joined us to give us the low-down on this visionary project.

In 2014 Tim Richardson was elected to the seat of Mordialloc helping elect the Andrews Labor Government. We hear how Tim's values were formed, his journey to the Labor party the importance of community and if he regrets being an Essendon supporter.


It is Grand Final Week so Matt Keogh Labor MP for Burt and West Coast fan went head to head with Labor MP for Dandenong and Collingwood fan Gab Williams.

After long-standing member for Cranbourne, Jude Perera, announced his retirement from parliament a new face emerged to defend a new Labor heartland in our growing outer suburbs.

The Big Steps campaign has been fighting for equality for early childhood educators for 10 years now. We find out about the campaign, the conditions and pay facing our critically important early childhood educators, and how to be involved.

Ben Carroll has a mighty job on his hands. As Minister for Industry and Employment Ben works every day to shape the way Victorians work now, and also the jobs they will have in the future. He also takes time to talk about his upbringing in the north west, his family, and the steps that have led him to take on such an important role in influencing how we live and earn.