Thousands of children, including those in Gippsland will have the opportunity to learn another language while attending kindergarten, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
A Gippsland artist has created a giant car-shaped brain with legs to show Victoria’s youngest drivers how vulnerable they are when driving.
New figures released today by the independent Crime Statistics Agency show the six-year crime trend that started in 2011 has been turned around, with people in the Latrobe Valley experiencing a decline in crime rates for the past 12 months.
Thousands of little Victorians - including here in Gippsland will benefit from new equipment, toys, learning kits and more to ensure they get the most of their early years’ education – regardless of ability.
Neerim District Health Service in Neerim South has recently been awarded a $10,000 grant to help reduce its energy usage under the $6.1 million Victorian Government’s Boosting Business Productivity Program.
Gippsland locals and police will have a new specialist forensic hub in Morwell giving regional investigators faster access to information at major crime scenes, thanks to an investment from the Andrews Labor Government.
Gippsport is one of 23 community sporting organisations across the state set to benefit from the Andrews Labor Government’s Change Our Game Community Activation Grants.
The Andrews Labor Government has announced a new round of funding for the War Heritage Collections Training Program and Member for Eastern Victoria Region, Harriet Shing is encouraging Gippsland ex-service organisations to lodge an Expression of Interest.
More than half a million Victorians have taken up the Andrews Labor Government’s new, flexible short-term vehicle registration options.
Local businesses and workers will play a critical role in the development of an education and innovation hub in the Latrobe Valley.
The Andrews Labor Government will grow tourism in Gippsland as part of a new push to strengthen and bring more business to the region.
Volunteers at eleven CFA brigades and the four district headquarters of Gippsland will share in a total of $803,588.40 in grants, thanks to a new Andrews Labor Government-funded program.