Archives for March, 2017
Gippsland sports clubs have another chance to apply for a new defibrillator and help save the lives of players, volunteers or spectators who suffer a sudden cardiac arrest.
Member for Eastern Victoria, Harriet Shing today announced four East Gippsland health services would receive a total of $331,135 through the first round of the Labor Government’s new Regional Health Infrastructure Fund.
Gippsland residents can now nominate local early childhood professionals and organisations for a Victorian Early Years Award.
Small businesses in the Latrobe Valley will be able to access relevant, reliable and affordable information on growing their business at a workshop to be held on Tuesday 4 April 2017.
The Andrews Labor Government will upgrade bus interchanges and shelters across Gippsland to make it easier for locals waiting for the bus and connecting between trains and buses.
Yesterday Minister for Education, James Merlino joined a host of sporting stars, including basketball legend Lindsay Gaze, to recognise outstanding Victorian students, teachers, volunteers and schools.
The Andrews Labor Government has unveiled a major boost to bus services in Warragul and Drouin
Tuesday, 14 March 2017 The Andrews Labor Government will invest an additional $20 million to support large-scale energy storage initiatives across Victoria, creating jobs, protecting affordability and maintaining the reliability of our energy grid. Premier Daniel Andrews and Minister for Energy and Environment Lily D’Ambrosio..
A Maffra-based company will create new jobs, expand its facility and improve its export capability, thanks to a Victorian Government grant
Stamp duty will be abolished for first home buyers for purchases below $600,000. This will assist first home buyers in Gippsland find their first home, as the Andrews Labor Government tackles housing affordability head on.