Wallan bowlers are looking forward to competing well into the evenings following the installation of new lighting over the Wallan Bowling Club’s competition green.
The Andrews Labor Government is making it even easier for businesses to establish and expand in the Mitchell Shire by cutting stamp duty by 50 per cent.
A retired W-Class tram is set to be restored and transformed into a new community coffee shop in Diamond Creek, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
Aboriginal Victorians can now enrol to elect their chosen candidates in Victoria’s first – and historic – First Peoples’ Assembly.
Member for Yan Yean Danielle Green today visited Ashley Park Primary School, to announce that the school would receive $80,000 to install a new playground and two new shade sails.
Students in Beveridge will soon have access to first-rate classrooms and facilities, with work now under way for the new $19 million Beveridge Primary School campus.
Drivers are another step closer to a fully upgraded Plenty Road from Mill Park to Mernda, with the contract for stage two works between Bush Boulevard and Bridge Inn Road awarded to Decmil.
A new community hospital for Whittlesea is a step closer, with local families contributing to the services it will provide.