DANIELLE GREEN STANDING UP FOR THE NORTH

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  • MERNDA RAIL EXTENSION FULLY FUNDED AND READY TO GO

    People living in Melbourne’s booming north will be connected to train services for the first time, with the Andrews Labor Government getting on with the Mernda Rail Extension. The Victorian Budget 2016/17 provides $588 million to fully fund and deliver the project.

  • WHITTLESEA TECH SCHOOL SITE TO BE IN EPPING

    The City of Whittlesea’s new cutting edge Tech School will be located at Melbourne Polytechnics in the heart of Epping. The Whittlesea (Epping Campus) Tech School’s industry focus will be medical and pharmaceutical technology and new energy, giving our local students an important skills boost in these growing sectors. Member for Yan Yean, Danielle Green said she is thrilled the Whittlesea Tech School is taking shape and that Melbourne Polytechnics, Epping Campus has agreed to host the school

  • CONGESTION RELIEF FOR YAN YEAN ROAD

    The Andrews Labor Government is fixing one of the most congested and dangerous roads in Melbourne’s north with $131 million allocated to duplicate Yan Yean Road. As part of the 2016-17 Victorian Budget, Labor MP Danielle Green today confirmed that Yan Yean Road will expand from two to four lanes, between Diamond Creek Road and Kurrak Road. The 3.9km long duplication will also see upgrades to the River Avenue, Kurrak Road and Diamond Creek Road intersections.

  • MODERN BUILDINGS ON THE WAY FOR DIAMOND VALLEY COLLEGE

    Students at Diamond Valley College will enjoy more modern buildings, as the Andrews Labor Government continues to make Victoria the Education State. The Member for Yan Yean Danielle Green MP today announced $2 million from the 2016/17 Victorian Budget will go towards an upgrade to the school’s ageing facilities, ensuring students have the modern spaces they need to learn.

  • Victorian Budget 2016-17

    The Victorian Budget 2016/17 is all about delivering on the things that Victorians need the most: good hospitals and schools, reliable roads and public transport, and secure jobs in growing industries – in Melbourne and across regional Victoria.

  • MERNDA RAIL EXTENSION FULLY FUNDED AND READY TO GO

    People living in Melbourne’s booming north will be connected to train services for the first time, with the Andrews Labor Government getting on with the Mernda Rail Extension. The Victorian Budget 2016/17 provides $588 million to fully fund and deliver the project.

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More Sporting Grants available

The application period for the third round of the Sporting Club Grants Program is open until July 29 this year. There are a number of sporting grants available from Sports and Recreation Victoria (SRV) and I encourage all clubs to check out the SRV website to see what funding and support is available. The Sporting Club Grants Program provides grants of up to $1000 to clubs across Victoria to buy new team uniforms or equipment. Grants of up to $2000 are also available to expand the skills of coaches and officials, and clubs can receive up to $5000 for initiatives that strengthen their operations and sustainability. I am a big supporter of the local sports grants; sometimes a small amount of funding can go a long way and these initiatives help keep kids happy and healthy, communities active and local clubs strong. For more information or to apply online, visit www.sport.vic.gov.au

More Sporting Grants available

The application period for the third round of the Sporting Club Grants Program is open until July 29 this year. There are a number of sporting grants available from Sports and Recreation Victoria (SRV) and I encourage all clubs to check out the SRV website to see what funding and support is available. The Sporting Club Grants Program provides grants of up to $1000 to clubs across Victoria to buy new team uniforms or equipment. Grants of up to $2000 are also available to expand the skills of coaches and officials, and clubs can receive up to $5000 for initiatives that strengthen their operations and sustainability. I am a big supporter of the local sports grants; sometimes a small amount of funding can go a long way and these initiatives help keep kids happy and healthy, communities active and local clubs strong. For more information or to apply online, visit www.sport.vic.gov.au

The Eagles See the Light

Local sporting clubs are the lifeblood of our communities and there is nothing I like more than getting out on a weekend and watching the Northern Football League and some of our local netball teams. It was a real pleasure to join the Sports Minister, John Eren MP last month at the Whittlesea Football Netball Club to announce the Victorian Government will provide $100,000 to assist in building new lights at AF Walker Recreation Reserve. We’re listening to local clubs like Whittlesea, who say they need better lighting so that they can stage more training sessions for the growing number of players turning to grassroots sport. The AF Walker Reserve lighting project is being delivered in partnership with the Whittlesea City Council.

The Eagles See the Light

Local sporting clubs are the lifeblood of our communities and there is nothing I like more than getting out on a weekend and watching the Northern Football League and some of our local netball teams. It was a real pleasure to join the Sports Minister, John Eren MP last month at the Whittlesea Football Netball Club to announce the Victorian Government will provide $100,000 to assist in building new lights at AF Walker Recreation Reserve. We’re listening to local clubs like Whittlesea, who say they need better lighting so that they can stage more training sessions for the growing number of players turning to grassroots sport. The AF Walker Reserve lighting project is being delivered in partnership with the Whittlesea City Council.

Plenty of Buses, Plenty of Jobs

July 24 will see more buses, to more places, more often on the Plenty Valley Bus Network. The new Route 381 has already started - This new service runs from South Morang to Diamond Creek via Doreen and Yarrambat, 7 days a week. It has been introduced ahead of a number of other new bus routes serving the whole growth corridor from South Morang to Whittlesea. New routes include: Route 382: Whittlesea to Northland via South Morang Station Route 383: Palisades to University Hill Route 384: Kinglake to Whittlesea via Humevale Route 385: Whittlesea/Mernda North to Greensborough Route 386: Mernda West to Bundoora RMIT Route 387: Mernda North to Bundoora RMIT via Hawkstowe Parade Dyson's are currently seeking 50 extra drivers to work on the new routes and the buses themselves are being built right here in Melbourne at Volgren in Dandenong. I was really excited to see the buses being built on a recent visit to the factory.

Plenty of Buses, Plenty of Jobs

July 24 will see more buses, to more places, more often on the Plenty Valley Bus Network. The new Route 381 has already started - This new service runs from South Morang to Diamond Creek via Doreen and Yarrambat, 7 days a week. It has been introduced ahead of a number of other new bus routes serving the whole growth corridor from South Morang to Whittlesea. New routes include: Route 382: Whittlesea to Northland via South Morang Station Route 383: Palisades to University Hill Route 384: Kinglake to Whittlesea via Humevale Route 385: Whittlesea/Mernda North to Greensborough Route 386: Mernda West to Bundoora RMIT Route 387: Mernda North to Bundoora RMIT via Hawkstowe Parade Dyson's are currently seeking 50 extra drivers to work on the new routes and the buses themselves are being built right here in Melbourne at Volgren in Dandenong. I was really excited to see the buses being built on a recent visit to the factory.

Ambulance Branch needed for Mernda & Doreen

Now the Police station is underway I've turned my attention to calling on the Minister for Ambulance Services, Jill Hennessy to fund an ambulance branch for 3754. Premier Daniel Andrews when Health Minister had a good history of funding ambulance services in our region delivering Whittlesea and Kinglake, so I hope it's our turn again.

Ambulance Branch needed for Mernda & Doreen

Now the Police station is underway I've turned my attention to calling on the Minister for Ambulance Services, Jill Hennessy to fund an ambulance branch for 3754. Premier Daniel Andrews when Health Minister had a good history of funding ambulance services in our region delivering Whittlesea and Kinglake, so I hope it's our turn again.

Campaigns & Projects

Building The Education State

Two New Tech Schools - Diamond Valley College - Yarrambat Park Primary School - Other Schools Being Upgraded

Safer Communities

Mernda Police Station - Keeping Victoria Safe - Action on Family Violence

Safer Communities

Mernda Police Station - Keeping Victoria Safe - Action on Family Violence

Better Public Transport

Mernda Rail - Hurstbridge Line Duplication - Better Buses

Better Roads

Plenty Road Upgrade -Yan Yean Road Duplication-O'Herns Road Funding

Better Roads

Plenty Road Upgrade -Yan Yean Road Duplication-O'Herns Road Funding