Archives for November, 2017
Sports clubs in Gippsland will be looking to get the edge over their rivals, thanks to more funding to buy new equipment and help coaches and officials learn new skills.
The Bena Hall Committee and the Bass Coast Shire council are gearing up to bring the best of the arts to Bena and Grantville thanks to grants of $6420 and $6000 respectively through the Victorian Government’s Small Regional Presenters program.
Four-year-old James Tonks is one of the youngest ever Victorians to be recognised as a Community Hero, for saving his grandmother’s life after a frightening bike accident a year ago.
Wednesday, 22 November, 2017 Students from across the Warragul region will soon be learning in six brand new classrooms, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government. Minister for Education James Merlino today visited Marist Sion College in Warragul to announce $2 million towards a new high..
Passengers on the Gippsland Line can look forward to more investment to improve the reliability of train services after the Andrews Labor Government’s new rail contract with Metro Trains Melbourne comes into effect this week.
The Andrews Labor Government is getting the planning right at Wonthaggi to boost jobs, make homes more affordable and protect local character.
The Hill End community will be able to continue using the former Hill End Primary School site, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
Students from across Bass Coast Shire are set to be big winners with a brand new senior campus with first-rate facilities to be built at Wonthaggi thanks to funding from the Andrews Labor Government.
Friday, 10 November 2017 The Andrews Labor Government will invest $1.577 million in Liddiard Road Primary School as part of its program to remove asbestos from old school buildings, and replace them with brand new ones. Students in Traralgon will soon get a brand new..
As we head into summer, more Gippsland students will be protected from the dangers of ultraviolet (UV) radiation with extra shade to prevent deadly skin cancers.
The Andrews Labor Government is investing in a number of vital infrastructure projects in regional Victoria and is encouraging local builders to register with the Construction Supplier Register.