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.
Mitchell Shire and Whittlesea councils can now apply for funding to fast-track community facility projects, with the opening of the Victorian Government’s 2019-20 Growing Suburbs Fund (GSF).
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.
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.
Improved car parking is on its way for Hurstbridge passengers thanks to the Andrews Labor Government, with a tender now open to identify suitably qualified organisations to upgrade the station’s car park.
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.
Healesville Sanctuary is now fully accessible to all Victorians with the opening of Victoria’s latest Changing Places facility.
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.
The Andrews Government is getting on with delivering a flagship community hospital and making sure locals have a big say over the services it will offer.
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.
Yarrambat Lake, in Melbourne’s north east, has received another 500 rainbow trout today to boost fishing opportunities for children during the school holidays.
Young leaders across the Yan Yean electorate are being encouraged to take part in a new program designed to empower them.
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.