EXTRACT FROM PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES HANSARD Ms SHING Eastern Victoria MEMBERS STATEMENTS LATROBE VALLEY MALTESE MUSEUM Tuesday 3 March 2020 Ms SHING (Eastern Victoria) (13:20): I rise today to congratulate everyone associated with the creation of Australia’s first Maltese Museum in Morwell. The day before the highly..
EXTRACT FROM PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES HANSARD Ms SHING Eastern Victoria MEMBERS STATEMENTS BUSHFIRES Thursday 5 March 2020 Ms SHING (Eastern Victoria) (10:01): A year ago we saw significant fires across Gippsland, and we saw significant devastation as dozens of homes were lost across the Bunyip, Tynong North,..
EXTRACT FROM PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES HANSARD Ms SHING Eastern Victoria MEMBERS STATEMENTS COVID-19 Wedesday 18th March 2020 Ms SHING (Eastern Victoria) (09:57): We are living in some pretty strange times, and we are living in circumstances of great uncertainty and unpredictability. For many people across our communities..
The Andrews Labor Government is backing community groups and projects across the Latrobe Valley with more than $1.3 million in grants awarded today.
Residents in Baw Baw Shire, Bass Coast Shire and Latrobe City will soon see more police on the streets, with an additional 80 officers allocated to the police division that services the local community as the Andrews Labor Government continues to deliver the biggest boost to police resources in history.
People struggling with their mental health after the state’s devastating bushfires will get more immediate and long-term support during the recovery under a $23.4 million investment from the Andrews Labor Government.
More of the Latrobe Valley’s patients will get the high quality and safe care they deserve with the Andrews Labor Government giving hospitals the latest life-saving medical equipment and upgrading vital infrastructure so they can continue doing what they do best – saving lives.
Students at Yarra Ranges Special Developmental 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.
The Gender Equality Act 2020 became law on the 25th of February 2020. The Act aims to improve workplace gender equality across the Victorian public sector, universities and local councils. On Thursday 20th February I had the privilege of speaking in support of this key..