A game set and match changing $2.35 million redevelopment will transform Sale Tennis Club into one of the top sporting facilities in regional Victoria.
Member for Eastern Victoria Harriet Shing today announced that another round of community led projects to protect and enhance the iconic Gippsland Lakes have been funded.
Harriet Shing, Member for Eastern Victoria Region has congratulated Yinnar South Primary School for reducing its environmental impact through the Victorian Government’s ResourceSmart Schools program.
Communities in Victoria’s major regional centres are working with the Victorian Government to develop locally owned and cost effective renewable energy projects.
Seafood lovers and keen recreational anglers will soon converge at Lakes Entrance for the Labour Day long weekend in March to join the festivities at our free ‘Hooked on Lakes Entrance’ event and first ever symposium on dusky flathead.
The Gippsland community is once again being urged to get active through the Premier’s Active April challenge, which celebrates its 10-year anniversary this year.
Ambulance response times continue to improve and more elective surgeries are being done on time than ever before, thanks to record investment in our health system by the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping pre-schoolers and their families in Gippsland improve their maths skills through a new early years’ program.
Anglers in Victoria will now have better opportunities to bag a barramundi at Hazelwood pondage with 500m of new fishing access set to officially open from 1 February, 2018.
The Andrews Labor Government is taking further action to stop family violence and violence against women before it starts.
The Victorian Government has held a community discussion about ways to manage our waste better for the benefit of communities, the economy and the environment.
Health promotion foundation VicHealth is aiming to get more Gippsland locals taking part in community sport with around $400,000 in new Active Club Grants funding announced today.
The Andrews Labor Government is continuing to deliver for Gippsland’s growing communities, with the opening of the Port of Sale Cultural Hub.
The Warragul Bowling Club is set to receive a new lease on life thanks to $150,000 funding from the Andrews Labor Government to replace the synthetic surface on one of the club’s two bowling greens.
The Girl Guide campsite, Burnet Park near Glengarry is set for a complete transformation thanks to $187,420 from the Latrobe Valley Authority’s (LVA) Community Facility Fund.
The world’s largest exporter of dairy products, Fonterra, has shown its confidence in doing business in Gippsland with a multi-million-dollar investment in manufacturing plant upgrades.
Run-off-road crashes remain the single biggest cause of deaths on Victoria’s country roads, new road trauma data has revealed.
Member for Eastern Victoria Harriet Shing today visited officers at Bairnsdale Police Station as they prepare an upgrade to station facilities to give them a better working environment.