Gippsland’s food and fibre industry is set to continue its growth and market presence, following the amalgamation of East Gippsland Food Cluster and Agribusiness Gippsland into Food & Fibre Gippsland Incorporated.
The Andrews Labor Government is lighting the way for community sport in the Latrobe Valley thanks to the installation of 300 new lux LED lights in Newborough and Traralgon.
Eastern Victoria locals are being encouraged to recognise the contributions made to our community by seniors and organisations by nominating people for the Victorian Senior of the Year Awards.
Gippsland residents have created a powerful symbol of their resilience through a sculpture made from scrap metal recovered from the ashes of the 2009 Victorian bushfires.
Students in Mount Evelyn will soon have access to the first-rate classrooms and facilities they deserve, with work underway to upgrade the Yarra Ranges Special Development School.
Construction teams will work around the clock to upgrade metropolitan lines shared by Gippsland trains between 6 and 23 April, as part of the state-wide Autumn transport construction blitz, with free travel to be offered during the entire period.
The Andrews Labor Government is continuing to back women in sport, through the second round of the 2018-19 Change Our Game Scholarship Program.
A new tourism campaign will encourage visitors to choose Gippsland for their next day trip, overnight visit or longer stay, as the community continues to manage ongoing fires and the recovery effort.
Two innovative community rebate programs funded by the Andrews Labor Government are helping Victorians doing it tough to reduce their water bills.
Free Baby Bundles for first-time parents being delivered by the Andrews Labor Government are a step closer - and Victorians are being urged to nominate their favourite children’s books.
A dedicated asbestos taskforce for the Latrobe Valley has got underway, ensuring locals have their say over the removal of dangerous asbestos waste material from former power station and industrial sites.
The first group of members today signed the GROW Compact committing their business to increasing local spend in Gippsland and creating job opportunities for those with barriers to work.
Gippsland children will be among almost 20,000 heading to kindergarten this year who will benefit from the Andrews Labor Government’s Australian-first school readiness funding.
The Latrobe Special Developmental School and Traralgon Secondary College will not be merged, with the Andrews Labor Government to get on with the job of upgrading both schools.
Lowanna College is one of seven schools across Victoria selected to take part in a travel immersion experience in India, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
Multicultural groups across Victoria are invited to share in more than $3 million worth of community event grants.
Apprentices, students, teachers, employers and training providers can now nominate for the 65th Victorian Training Awards.
Gippsland kids will be able to put their skills to the test next school holidays when the Spartan Australia kids’ race comes to Baw Baw Shire for the first time, with support from the Andrews Labor Government.