The Latrobe Valley community are being encouraged to make sure their opinions are heard by the Hazelwood Mine Fire Inquiry.
The Andrews Labor Government has allocated $527,668 to help Gippsland Local Governments tackle roadside weeds and pests.
Landcare Groups in the North East Catchment Management Authority region are eligible to apply for grant funding
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..
Submissions have opened for the Royal Commission into Family Violence. The Royal Commission is an important part of the Andrews Labor Government’s plan to address family violence and have a frank and open conversation about dealing with this insidious problem. There will also be hearings..
Victorian country police will be able to better protect their communities after Minister for Police Wade Noonan announced the Andrews Labor Government’s first Budget would include money to replace outdated analogue radios with a new secure digital system. The Government will commit $11.5 million of..
A new and unique art mural in Churchill will help address graffiti in the area and make it more welcoming, thanks to a Victorian Government Graffiti Prevention and Removal Grant.
Community groups in Gippsland can now apply for grants of up to $10,000 to develop the most effective way to combat ice in their local area, Member for Eastern Victoria Region, Harriet Shing MP announced today.