Landcare Groups in the North East Catchment Management Authority region are eligible to apply for grant funding
$3,000 Andrews Government grant to stage the fifth annual Walhalla Vinter Ljusfest will help showcase Gippsland to visitors from Victoria and beyond.
Road safety in South Gippsland has been given a boost after South Gippsland Shire Council received a slice of a $1 million Transport Accident Commission grants program. Member for Eastern Victoria Region, Harriet Shing MP this week congratulated South Gippsland Shire Council after it was..
After successful public transport workshops in Warragul, Sale and Bairnsdale, Public Transport Victoria are now engaging with residents of the Latrobe Valley and South Gippsland.
The Andrews Labor Government is investing in road safety with key industry routes to be boosted with the construction of two new roundabouts in the Latrobe Valley.
Local not-for-profit groups dedicated to reuniting pets with their owners, rehoming lost pets, running dog socialisation classes and providing responsible pet ownership education are now eligible for grants thanks to the Andrews Labor Government. Member for Eastern Victoria Region, Harriet Shing MP urged local non-government..
Twelve CFA members from District 11 Brigade in the South East Region have been awarded National Emergency Medals.
37 Gippsland Schools receive funding under a new grants program that will measure and strengthen student resilience.
The Andrews Labor Government has announced $2.3 million for extra support services to reduce the harm caused by the drug ice in the Gippsland region.
Two innovative programs at Federation Training will receive $2.6 million in Andrews Labor Government funding to get more than 670 people get skilled up for jobs in growing industries.
Gippsland is set to benefit with new mobile phone towers providing better coverage to small communities and areas prone to natural disaster.
Member for Eastern Victoria Region Harriet Shing MP has urged individuals, groups and communities to continue with the difficult but necessary conversations about family violence that are taking place around Gippsland. The Andrews Government has committed $81.3 million for wide-ranging initiatives to address family violence..
Recently completed road works in Inverloch will make a difference to safety and traffic flow.
Gippslanders have the opportunity to influence the way public transport operates in their region.