The Victorian Government is making sure students living in Dandenong have the support they need to thrive at school, by investing in providing healthy breakfasts, lunches and school holiday supplies to children who need them.
A new multi-sport community court in the heart of central Dandenong was officially opened today, providing a much-needed recreational facility for the local community.
People in Casey now have access to the childcare and maternal health services they need, thanks to a funding boost from the Andrews Labor Government.
Dandenong households are encouraged to take part in the next phase of the Andrews Labor Government’s landmark Solar Homes program, with more rebates for solar panels and hot water systems kicking off from 1 July 2019.
More Victorians will be trained in preventing family violence with new funding to teach people how to call out sexism and create gender equality policies in schools, health services, councils and workplaces.
The Andrews Labor Government is delivering the biggest reform in the history of early childhood education in Victoria to provide all three-year-old children access to subsidised kinder.
Sporting clubs in Dandenong are among 386 grassroots clubs across Victoria who will share in more than $530,000 in grants to boost their equipment, skills and administration expertise.
Member for Dandenong, Gabrielle Williams, today announced that Wellsprings for Women will receive a $12,000 grant to establish a Road Safety for New Arrivals program.
The Andrews Labor Government is delivering on its promises and delivering for the people of Dandenong.
Victorian school students will have brighter smiles and hard-working families will avoid hefty dental bills, thanks to free dental care being rolled out at all Victorian public primary and secondary schools.
Families in Casey will have access to the new Autumn Place Family and Community Centre and Park thanks to investment from the Andrews Labor Government to support the growing community.
Mental health service providers will be ready to offer the best care when it comes to transitioning over to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), thanks to a $10 million investment from the Andrews Labor Government.
Families with young children in Noble Park can now access the quality local kindergarten programs they need, with the opening of the new Yarraman Oaks Kindergarten.
Member for Dandenong, Gabrielle Williams, today announced $3.2 million in funding for a new program to provide targeted support and stronger services for people sleeping rough in Dandenong.
Ambulances arrived at the scene of emergencies on average more than two minutes quicker in the March quarter than at the height of the ambulance crisis under the former Liberal Government, new data shows.
The Andrews Labor Government is standing up for Dandenong patients who are being hit hard by Canberra’s cuts to Victoria’s hospitals. Canberra has clawed back $305 million from Victoria’s hospitals – cuts that are hurting patients, nurses and doctors across the state.
The gardening skills of public housing tenants were recognised this week in a special awards ceremony for Victoria’s most outstanding public and community housing gardens. Member for Dandenong, Gabrielle Williams MP, congratulated Dandenong resident, Neriman Ali, for winning the Best Creative Garden category of the 2018-19 Victoria in Bloom awards.
Passengers will be able to get on and off trains at Dandenong station quicker and easier, thanks to upgraded readers on myki gates installed by the Andrews Labor Government.