New stocks of rainbow trout have been released into Yarrambat Lake in June, in time for family fishing during the school holidays. Member for Yan Yean, Danielle Green, said 600 rainbow trout have been released into the lake as part of the Government’s fish re-stocking..
Archives for June, 2017
The mystery surrounding the original Old Bridge Inn is expected to be uncovered as part of an archaeological dig starting this month at Plenty Gorge Park, as part of the Mernda Rail Extension Project. The Old Bridge Inn, built in the 1840s, was once located..
Beginning today, residents in Melbourne’s North-East can catch the new Greensborough-Hurstbridge Link Route 343 bus that will improve public transport services for students, workers and commuters along the Hurstbridge line. Member for Yan Yean Danielle Green and Member for Eltham Vicki Ward today welcomed the..
The Andrews Government is making sure more families in the northern suburbs can access better local kindergartens and early childhood centres by building and upgrading facilities across Victoria. Labor MPs Danielle Green, Bronwyn Halfpenny and Lily D’Ambrosio today opened the 2017-18 Children’s Facilities Capital Program..
The Andrews Government will help communities across the northern suburbs commemorate the sacrifice of local veterans and educate the wider community about their service. Labor MP’s Danielle Green, Bronwyn Halfpenny and Lily D’Ambrosio today announced the opening of four veterans grant programs that will provide..
Yan Yean MP Danielle Green has defended the “amazing work” of the Level Crossing Removal Authority (LXRA) in Parliament this week, after Whittlesea Mayor Ricky Kirkham blamed the authority for delaying the Mernda Town Centre. Speaking in Parliament this week on public space opportunities stemming..
The Andrews Government is providing support to make sure young people at risk of disadvantage in Melbourne’s north can continue their education and face a brighter future. Labor MPs Danielle Green, Lily D’Ambrosio and Bronwyn Halfpenny today announced applications are now open for a $1,100..
Emergency management volunteers in Nillumbik Shire are getting a well-deserved funding boost thanks to the Victorian Government’s $15 million Emergency Services Volunteer Sustainability Grants program. Hundreds of grant applications for equipment, communications, facility upgrades and community engagement and training have already been received from volunteer..