Farmers in the Gippsland region are being encouraged to tap into counselling and support services being made available as part of the Victorian Government’s $1.5 million assistance package.
A new Andrews Labor Government $200 million fund to rebuild rural and regional health facilities – the largest of its kind in Victorian history – is now open for applications. Harriet Shing, Member for Eastern Victoria today urged health services in Gippsland to apply for..
The Andrews Labor Government is rolling out a vital program across Victoria to protect the women and children at the highest risk of family violence. Harriet Shing, Member for Eastern Victoria today welcomed the announcement that high-impact Risk Assessment and Management Panels (RAMPs) will..
Harriet Shing, Member for Eastern Victoria today officially opened Neerim District Health Service’s new Health and Wellbeing Centre and Palliative Care Room.
Harriet Shing, Member for Eastern Victoria Region, today encouraged applications from local clubs for the third round of the Andrews Government’s $4.6 million Sporting Club Grants Program.
Local sport and recreation clubs in Gippsland will share in close to $1 million of funding as part of the latest round of VicHealth’s Active Club Grants program. Harriet Shing, Member for Eastern Victoria said the grants would help more people in across Gippsland become..
The Andrews Labor Government is planning better bus services for Warragul and Drouin, and locals are being invited to have their say.
Victoria’s new Minister for Industry and Employment and Minister for Resources, Wade Noonan, visited the Latrobe Valley as his first regional destination, meeting with major employers, local government and community group representatives to hear firsthand from the community about the economic development opportunities and aspirations for the region.
All V/Line trains will be back on the tracks from 26 June
Harriet Shing MP, Member for Eastern Victoria Region today announced that Gippsland’s schools had been invited to apply to participate in the $43.8 million Doctors in Secondary Schools program, commencing in 2017.