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.
Diamond Creek students will soon have bigger, better classrooms and school facilities to learn in, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
Construction is underway on the $24 million upgrades at Donnybrook and Wallan stations to improve access, safety and comfort for passengers in two of Victoria’s fastest growing communities.
The Andrews Labor Government is delivering on its promises and delivering for the Mitchell Shire with major investments in health and local schools in the Victorian Budget 2019/20.
The Andrews Labor Government is delivering on its promises and delivering for the major investments in local schools, health and transport in the Victorian Budget 2019/20.
The Andrews Labor Government is delivering on its promises and delivering for the City of Whittlesea with major investments in local schools and health in the Victorian Budget 2019/20.
More than one million passengers have used the $600 million Mernda Rail line, nine months on from the extension opening.
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.
Stage one of the Andrews Labor Government’s Yan Yean Road Upgrade is nearing completion, with construction crews launching a major construction blitz.
Diamond Creek’s passionate junior footy players can now train harder and longer, thanks to a funding boost from the Andrews Labor Government.
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.
The 27th annual International Women’s Day Dinner and Selina Sutherland Award Presentation was held at Slices in Doreen on Monday, March 4.
Wallan residents and visitors can now benefit from a fully accessible public toilet, with Victoria’s latest Changing Places facility launched at the Hadfield Park adventure playground today.
Mums and dads in Whittlesea will get access to the information, support and care they and their baby needs, with new parenting centres, more maternal child health nurses and round-the-clock support to help get their babies to sleep.
A re-elected Andrews Labor Government will do a feasibility study for a brand new park in Wallan, to make sure that thousands of families have access to a great local park to take their kids.