The Andrews Labor Government is delivering up to 80 extra services every week for passengers along the Dandenong Corridor, giving people more travel options across the day.
The first rail bridge beam has been installed over Abbotts Road in a major milestone to remove another dangerous level crossing in Melbourne's south-east.
Volunteer firefighters in Dandenong have received a $53,565.50 grant, thanks to a new Andrews Labor Government-funded program.
Three Dandenong-based manufacturers have been recognised for their achievements in manufacturing at the 2018 Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame awards night.
Dandenong timber processing business, Premier Wood Machining Services, has recently been awarded over $10,000 grant to help reduce its energy usage under the $6.1 million Victorian Government’s Boosting Business Productivity Program.
Victorians everywhere now have the chance to pitch their ideas for community projects and to vote for them, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s $30 million Pick My Project fund.
Victoria’s volunteers can look forward to National Volunteer Week with a spring in their step after receiving a funding boost to support their selfless work.
People across Dandenong will get the skills they need for the jobs Labor is creating, with the biggest change to TAFE and skills training in Victoria’s history announced in the 2018/19 Labor State Budget.
The 2018/19 Victorian Budget will deliver new skills, good jobs, more schools and better roads for every Victorian.
Dandenong drivers can look forward to some welcome relief, with more than 30 kilometres of new lanes opening on the Monash Freeway this week – under budget and two months ahead of schedule.
Students in Dandenong will have the modern classrooms and school facilities they need, to get the great education they deserve, thanks to a major upgrade by the Andrews Labor Government.
Drivers in the growing south east will get a faster, less congested commute with major upgrades to Pound Road West in Dandenong South.
The Andrews Labor Government is leading the way to ensure all Victorian kids are ready for school, with new specialised funding to allow kinders to support them where they need it most.
Students in Dandenong will have the modern classrooms and school facilities they need, to get the great education they deserve, thanks to another major upgrade by the Andrews Labor Government.
Hundreds of students with disabilities across Dandenong and the south east of Melbourne will benefit from a revitalised special school, thanks to a funding injection by the Andrews Labor Government.
Kids across the inner south east will get the world-class schools they deserve, as the Andrews Labor Government gets on with the job of building brand new schools for our rapidly growing suburbs and school communities.
More people in Dandenong will be protected from the sun’s rays, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government installing more sunshades and trees in community spaces and sports clubs across Victoria.
State Member for Dandenong, Gabrielle Williams, today announced that the South East Group of Melbourne Legacy will receive funding through the Victoria Remembers Minor Grants Program.