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UPGRADED LIBRARY FOR UPPER PLENTY PRIMARY SCHOOL

Upper Plenty students can now continue their love of reading in a first-rate school library, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government and the efforts of the broader school community.

LOCAL SCHOOLS TO SHARE IN $515M MAINTENANCE BLITZ

Local schools will share in a $515 million in the single largest boost to school maintenance ever undertaken, thanks to an unprecedented investment by the Andrews Labor Government.

WHITTLESEA SCHOOLS TO SHARE IN $515M MAINTENANCE BLITZ

Schools across the Whittlesea municipality will share in a $515 million in the single largest boost to school maintenance ever undertaken, thanks to an unprecedented investment by the Andrews Labor Government.

12 Months Of Trains On The Mernda Line

It’s been one year since the Andrews Labor Government returned rail services to Mernda, with passengers making more than 1.8 million trips on the line in 12 months.

BABY BUNDLES DELIVER FOR NEW FAMILIES

More than 200 first-time parents across the City of Whittlesea and surrounding districts have already been provided with the essentials they need to help guide them through the first few months and years of their child’s life.

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES AND CARE CLOSER TO HOME

The Andrews Labor Government has relaxed catchment boundaries in Murrindindi Shire to ensure residents who need mental health support can get it quickly and closer to home.

LAUNCH OF MERNDA KINDERGARTEN LANGUAGE PROGRAM

More than 5,000 Victorian children will have an opportunity to learn another language while attending kindergarten this year, due to significant investment from the Andrews Labor Government.

ALL LANES AND INTERSECTIONS OPEN ON YAN YEAN ROAD

Stage one of the Yan Yean Road Upgrade has reached a major milestone with the Diamond Creek Road intersection operating at full capacity and two lanes open in each direction between Diamond Creek and Kurrak Roads.

DOORS OPEN FOR MERNDA’S FIRST AMBULANCE BRANCH

Life-saving paramedics can get to the scene of an emergency in Mernda even faster with the opening of the first ever ambulance branch for one of Australia’s fastest growing communities.