The safety of six high-risk sections of road across Gippsland will be improved to prevent head-on and run-off-road crashes – and save lives.
Archives for February, 2018
The Andrews Labor Government is launching a new campaign to warn parents about the risk of accidentally leaving their child in a car due to short term memory failure.
The Andrews Labor Government has delivered on its election promise to deploy 400 Police Custody Officers (PCOs) at police stations across Victoria to free up police to return to the frontline and protect the community.
A game set and match changing $2.35 million redevelopment will transform Sale Tennis Club into one of the top sporting facilities in regional Victoria.
One hundred and twenty delegates came from across the region, representing the education sector, local government, support/service agencies and community groups to participate in the first Gippsland Learning and Knowledge Exchange Dialogue and hear from the PhD students undertaking research on behalf of this research collaboration.
Harriet Shing, Member for Eastern Victoria Region has congratulated Yinnar South Primary School for reducing its environmental impact through the Victorian Government’s ResourceSmart Schools program.
Communities in Victoria’s major regional centres are working with the Victorian Government to develop locally owned and cost effective renewable energy projects.
Further improvement works on the $10 million Great Alpine Road upgrade are set to start between Cobungra and Bruthen in south east Victoria, improving road safety, access and route reliability for motorists.
Seafood lovers and keen recreational anglers will soon converge at Lakes Entrance for the Labour Day long weekend in March to join the festivities at our free ‘Hooked on Lakes Entrance’ event and first ever symposium on dusky flathead.