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.
Member for Eastern Victoria, Harriet Shing, today announced a $809,000 upgrade to boating facilities at Metung Wharf. Demand for short term berthing at this popular holiday destination consistently exceeds capacity and this upgrade will ensure the needs of locals and visitors will be met for..
Community consultation on Victoria’s first ever short, medium and long-term plan to provide better public transport will kick off in Gippsland later this month.
$1.35 million for an additional 12 months of expanded air quality monitoring in the Latrobe Valley.
More than 70 CFA members in the South East Region were awarded National Emergency Medals for their service during the devastating 2009 bushfires.
The Andrews Labor Government has fixed the Coalition’s botched Fire Services Property Levy, so Victoria’s firefighters and emergency services workers can get the resources they need to protect our homes and save more lives. The previous Coalition Government introduced the Levy in 2012, but set..
Gippsland is set to benefit from Andrews Labor Government new $500 million Regional Jobs and Infrastructure Fund to create jobs and drive economic growth across regional Victoria.
Good news for Gippsland as Removal of Rail Crossings in Dandenong - Caulfield Corridor Released to Market
Minister for Regional Development, Jaala Pulford, has announced that the Victorian State Government will suspend payments to Covino Farms, in light of disturbing allegations of worker exploitation and abuse. The funds, approved by former Minister for Regional and Rural Development, Peter Ryan, in August 2013,..
Bairnsdale ambulance volunteer Maurice Williams has received an Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award