The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) has announced that applications are now open for its Club Rewards program.
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Danielle Green today announced Whittlesea Primary will be among the 230 schools that will share in $10.4 million of Planned Maintenance Program (PMP) funding.
Construction is officially underway on the new Plenty fire station, delivering a significant boost to fire services in the fast-growing area on the north eastern edge of Greater Melbourne.
The Diamond Creek, Whittlesea, and Wallan CFA stations are set to receive over $213,463 for improvements from the Volunteer Emergency Services Equipment Program (VESEP).
Changes to the Yan Yean Road upgrade will ensure that impacts on the local environment are minimised and local wildlife like the critically endangered Swift Parrot and Grey-headed Flying Fox are better protected.
The Andrews Labor Government is ensuring the Mernda area has greater access to paramedics and timely medical services thanks to a $14.8 million funding investment in Ambulance Victoria. As part of the 2020/21 Budget commitment, a Peak Period Unit will be deployed at the Mernda Station..
Local teacher Mitch Crowley has been honoured as one of the state’s top educators at this year’s Victorian Education Excellence Awards.
When the Andrews Labor Government was elected, we promised to put people first. As our state begins its recovery from the global pandemic, people will continue to be our priority.
This year, Wallan families have done an incredible job in supporting students to learn from home. As kids get back into the classroom, we want to make sure they have the fantastic new learning spaces they deserve.
The Victorian Government will fast-track funding for upgrades to Catholic and Independent schools across Victoria to give students and staff the best facilities sooner, and to support local jobs, businesses and Victoria’s economic recovery.
A new bus interchange at Donnybrook train station is now complete, improving access to public transport services for the local community.
Locals in Melbourne’s north are being invited to have their say on a new 17 kilometre trail that creates the missing link between Doreen and University Hill in Bundoora.
Commuters in Melbourne’s north-east will benefit from more frequent and reliable services as works ramp up on the second stage of the Victorian Government’s half-a-billion dollar Hurstbridge Line Upgrade.
Residents of Melbourne’s north eastern suburbs can look forward to enjoying extended cycling and walking trails thanks to $5 million from the Victorian Government that will create local jobs and boost the economy.
Five vital new community projects in Whittlesea – including a new centre for older people’s services, upgrades to playgrounds and outdoor spaces, to Mill Park library and an energy efficiency program – will receive more than $2.45 million from the Andrews Labor Government’s Growing Suburbs Fund, now approved by Local Government Minister Shaun Leane.
A new community hub and an integrated family and children’s centre are coming to Mitchell Shire thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s Growing Suburbs Fund.
A major multi-million upgrade of Kilmore’s main street, rejuvenating public spaces in Broadford including the Memorial Park playground and a new connecting path in Wallan will be made possible thanks to a funding boost from the Andrews Labor Government.
Works have commenced on a new Youth Services Hub which will provide essential mental health, substance abuse and housing support services to the Wallan community, thanks to a funding boost from the Andrews Labor Government.