Work is underway to transform the Traralgon Sports Stadium into an indoor sporting powerhouse, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government is standing with Gippsland communities doing it tough due to recent fires and ongoing drought.
Early works construction has begun on the $35 million Latrobe Creative Precinct project which will elevate the Latrobe Valley as a regional centre for performing arts and creative education.
Work is now underway to build the Gippsland Regional Aquatic Centre (GRAC) and transform the Traralgon Indoor Sports Stadium, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
There will be more support for young regional Victorians suffering from problematic alcohol and drug use, thanks to a new youth residential rehab facility in Traralgon.
The Andrews Labor Government is giving growing footy and netball clubs in regional Victoria another chance to upgrade grounds, courts and pavilions and welcome even more budding sporting stars than ever before.
Garfield residents and visitors will have a safer drive into town, with the Andrews Labor Government set to start work on upgrades at the town’s main road entrances.
It is now safer to travel between Longwarry and Traralgon on the Princes Highway, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting the Neerim Cats to have their best season yet, with a major upgrade to the oval at Neerim South Recreation Reserve.
The growing female ranks of the Nilma Darnum Bombers can say goodbye to change rooms that are not fit for purpose, with the Andrews Labor Government supporting the construction of female friendly facilities at the club.
Councils in Eastern Victoria Region can now apply for a share in more than $70 million for safer and more reliable roads thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
Sports clubs are encouraged to apply for $500,000 in VicHealth grants now up for grabs.
Nineteen cemeteries across Gippsland will receive a government grant as part of a $832,000 state-wide investment by the Andrews Labor Government to ensure the final resting places of our loved ones are maintained in a respectful manner.
The Morwell Historical Society building on Hazelwood Road is one of 13 new community projects to benefit from Latrobe Valley Authority’s Community and Facility Fund, with Morwell Historical Society receiving a $12,539 grant for heating and cooling upgrades to ensure year-round comfort.
Students at Warragul North Primary School are a step closer to getting the facilities they need for a great start in life, with an architect appointed to design the school’s exciting upgrade.
Drivers in Victoria’s east will experience a better journey along two newly duplicated and safer sections of the Princes Highway through Gippsland which will open to traffic this week.
More Morwell residents will have access to free TAFE with two early childhood courses to be added to the initiative under a re-elected Andrews Labor Government.
The hunt for a car park will be easier for Traralgon and Morwell locals with a re-elected Andrews Labor Government to fund more free car parking across the Valley.