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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.

HELPING CHILDREN THRIVE IN KINDER AND BEYOND

Children in Eastern Victoria are among more than 28,000 across the state set to benefit from programs and additional resources in 2020, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s $160 million School Readiness Funding initiative.

CARDINIA PARAMEDICS AND HOSPITALS RISE TO MEET RECORD DEMAND

Victorians are waiting less time than ever before for elective surgery and urgent specialist appointments, despite huge surges in the number of people attending hospitals driven by an unprecedented flu season, new data shows.

BAW BAW PARAMEDICS AND HOSPITALS RISE TO MEET RECORD DEMAND

Victorians are waiting less time than ever before for elective surgery and urgent specialist appointments, despite huge surges in the number of people attending hospitals driven by an unprecedented flu season, new data shows.

BOOSTING SAFETY AND RELIABILITY ON MAIN NEERIM ROAD

Thursday, 31st October 2019 People travelling on Main Neerim Road near Neerim Junction now have safer, smoother journeys following the completion of a major rebuild thanks to the Andrews Labor Government. More than one kilometre of new road pavement has been constructed near the intersection..

NEW HOME FOR THE VOICE OF LATROBE

The Latrobe Health Advocate has moved into a new home in the heart of the Morwell CBD, making it easier for locals to have their voices heard.

CELEBRATING 120 L2P LICENSES IN YARRA RANGES

The Andrews Labor Government is celebrating 120 young people getting their probationary licence by completing the Yarra Ranges L2P program delivered by Yarra Ranges Council.

LATROBE CITY MENTORS DONATE 6,800 HOURS TO LOCAL LEARNERS

Latrobe City mentors have clocked more than 6,800 hours supervising local learner drivers as part of the Andrews Labor Government and the TACs L2P program which this year marks its 10-year anniversary in the area.