Kids in Dandenong, and across Victoria, will have everything they need to get the best start in life, with more kinder places, new and upgraded kinders and new language programs, thanks to a funding boost from the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government has provided a significant funding boost to five advocacy and support groups to improve the lives of Victorians living with autism.
Small businesses in the Dandenong area will be able to access relevant, reliable and affordable information on growing their business at a workshop to be held on Monday, 9 April 2018.
Drivers in Dandenong can look forward to a faster and safer trip on the Monash Freeway, with the Andrews Labor Government set to fast track early works on a massive new $711 million upgrade.
The Dandenong community is once again being urged to get active through the Premier’s Active April challenge, which celebrates its 10-year anniversary this year.
More Dandenong families facing disadvantage will be eligible for extra parenting help and advice thanks to an Andrews Labor Government boost for supported playgroups.
This year’s annual Clean Up Australia Day has inspired a team effort to tidy up in Dandenong South, leaving the local area looking better than ever.
Dandenong Football Netball Club will be better prepared to manage a medical emergency on and off the park after receiving a defibrillator and training package from the Andrews Labor Government.
Small business operators in the Dandenong area will be able to access support and government business services when the Small Business Bus visits on Wednesday, 14 March 2018.
One of Dandenong’s busiest intersections has received a significant safety boost with work now complete on the Andrews Labor Government’s $2.2 million upgrade of the Princes Highway and Robinson Street intersection.
The Andrews Labor Government is investing in grassroots organisations in Dandenong to build a stronger, more cohesive community.
Young people from Dandenong will be celebrated and recognised during the inaugural Victorian Youth Week in April, with more than 100 activities running across the state.
Monash Health and local patients will be $259 million worse off under a plan by Malcolm Turnbull to slash health funding.
Victorian kids are now better protected against vaccine-preventable diseases with the state hitting the ambitious herd immunity target of 95 per cent – its best immunisation coverage in history.
Ambulance response times continue to improve and more elective surgeries are being done on time than ever before, thanks to record investment in our health system by the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government has delivered on its election promise to deploy 400 Police Custody Officers (PCOs) at police stations across Victoria to free up police to return to the frontline and protect the community.
Young people across the state will be able to debate the important issues and experience what it’s like to lead parliamentary process by applying to participate in the 2018 Victorian Youth Parliament.
Boom gates at Corrigan, Heatherton and Chandler Roads are gone forever after construction teams moved in this week to dismantle the red and white gates along with bells and signage.