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GIPPSLAND CEMETERIES RECEIVE VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT GRANTS

Nineteen cemeteries across Gippsland will receive a government grant as part of a $832,000 state-wide investment by the Andrews Labor Government to ensure the final resting places of our loved ones are maintained in a respectful manner.

FREE TAFE KICKS OFF IN GIPPSLAND

Students and job seekers from Gippsland can now take up Free TAFE training under the Andrews Labor Government’s $172 million program to make 30 priority TAFE courses and 20 pre-apprenticeship courses tuition fee free from this year.

LATROBE VALLEY AUTHORITY BENEFITING COMMUNITY

The Morwell Historical Society building on Hazelwood Road is one of 13 new community projects to benefit from Latrobe Valley Authority’s Community and Facility Fund, with Morwell Historical Society receiving a $12,539 grant for heating and cooling upgrades to ensure year-round comfort.

WORK STARTS ON WARRAGUL NORTH SCHOOL UPGRADES

Students at Warragul North Primary School are a step closer to getting the facilities they need for a great start in life, with an architect appointed to design the school’s exciting upgrade.

WORK STARTS ON BOISDALE SCHOOL UPGRADE

Students at Boisdale Consolidate School and are a step closer to getting the facilities they need for a great start in life, with an architect appointed to design the school’s exciting upgrade.

WORK STARTS ON SOUTH GIPPSLAND SCHOOL UPGRADES

Students at Fish Creek and District Primary School and Foster Primary School and are a step closer to getting the facilities they need for a great start in life, with an architect appointed to design the school’s exciting upgrade.

STRONGER REGIONAL COMMUNITY PLAN GRANTS FOR GIPPSLAND

The Andrews Labor Government has invested more than $226,000 in local projects and initiatives across Gippsland thanks to the Stronger Regional Community Plan – a state-wide small grants program that supports rural and regional towns to create opportunities and grow local jobs.

RECORD BASS STOCKINGS INTO BLUE ROCK

Christmas has come early for freshwater anglers thanks to the stocking of 235,000 Australian bass fingerlings into 17 lakes and rivers, including a record 81,000 into Blue Rock Lake.