Archives for July, 2017
An additional eight Gippsland Secondary Colleges will provide students access to the healthcare they need thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
Harriet Shing, Member for Eastern Victoria, has today released a new long-term plan for waste and resource recovery for Gippsland.
Classrooms in Gippsland will gain access to the state’s leading creative practitioners with the launch of the Andrews Labor Government’s new program, designed to inject creativity right across the curriculum.
Sporting clubs in East and South Gippsland will receive a share in more than $500,000 in funding as part of the latest round of health promotion foundation VicHealth’s Active Club Grants, an initiative to encourage more Victorians to get physically active.
East Gippsland Shire Council will tackle the food waste problem locally thanks to a grant of $1000 from the Andrews Labor Government.
Harriet Shing, Member for Eastern Victoria Region encouraging local businesses to save money on their energy bills with the Andrews Labor Government’s Boosting Business Productivity Energy Assessment Grants.
The Andrews Labor Government will invest $1.3million to upgrade the Gippsland Lakes Community Health Centre so more people can get the care they need, closer to home.
Member for Eastern Victoria Region, Harriet Shing has congratulated Plastic Bag Free Bass Coast, Cape Paterson Residents and Ratepayers Association, Lakes Entrance Community Landcare, Friends of Mallacoota, Sandy Point Foreshore Committee of Management and Friends of the Prom on being awarded a Coastcare grant to help continue their voluntary work to protect and preserve the state’s precious coastal environment.
Victorians with a disability will soon have more accessible bathrooms in their community, thanks to a $2 million Andrews Labor Government investment to boost access and equality