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MORE LIFESAVING PROJECTS TO GET UNDERWAY AROUND GIPPSLAND

Some of the most dangerous roads and intersections around Gippsland will be made safer next year as the Andrews Labor Government continues its unprecedented investment in lifesaving road safety infrastructure.

EXPANDING FOOD RELIEF FOR FAMILIES IN BAW BAW SHIRE

Families and community members in need across Baw Baw Shire will have increased access to emergency food relief, thanks to $48,500 in funding from the Andrews Labor Government’s Pick My Project initiative.

NEW TECHNOLOGY BOOSTING SAFETY IN NAR NAR GOON

New technology has been installed at a high-risk intersection near Nar Nar Goon, making it easier and safer for drivers to turn onto the Princes Highway, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.

DITCHING THE DREADED DOUBLE-DROP OFF IN WARRAGUL

Families living in Warragul and surrounds will soon be able to ditch the dreaded ‘double-drop off’ as the Andrews Labor Government gets on with building kindergartens at primary schools across the state.

GIPPSLAND KIDS GOING TWO YEARS SPARTAN STRONG

The Andrews Labor Government will get Victorian kids away from screens and into the outdoors in the 2020 April school holidays with the return of Spartan Kids to Gippsland.

CLUBROOM UPGRADE FOR WARRAGUL WOMEN

The members of the Country Women Association’s Warragul Branch are today celebrating the completion of an upgrade project at the clubrooms, thanks to funding from the Andrews Labor Government.

LATROBE VALLEY RESIDENTS PAINT THE TOWN PROUD

Residents are now able to enjoy newly transformed public places across the Latrobe Valley courtesy of $30,000 from an Andrews Labor Government Graffiti Prevention Grant.

KEEPING THE LEGACY OF OUR VETERANS ALIVE IN LATROBE CITY

The Andrews Labor Government is keeping the legacy of local veterans alive with funding to support the Yinnar Cenotaph Lighting Project, the Traralgon Cemetery Trust War Memorial Precinct and the Traralgon RS Sub-Branch rental of a giant screen for ANZAC Day 2020.

AUTISM CARERS SHARE AND CONNECT IN CHIRNSIDE PARK

Female carers of autistic children now have a place to come together to share, connect and learn from others who are going through similar experiences, thanks to $25,000 from the Victorian Government’s Pick My Project initiative.