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.
State Member for Dandenong, Gabrielle Williams MP, and Federal Member for Bruce, Julian Hill MP, today received their annual flu shot at the Autumn Place Pharmacy in Doveton. The local Dandenong MPs are both strongly committed to promoting the health and safety of the community throughout the 2019 flu season.
Member for Dandenong, Gabrielle Williams, today visited Smart Recycling in Dandenong South to turn the first sod on a new Commercial and Industrial Waste Sortation Facility. The new $3.1 million facility is supported by the Andrews Labor Government who provided a $500,000 grant for the project through the Resource Recovery Infrastructure Fund.
A new multi-sport park will soon be up and running in Dandenong, thanks to over a half a million dollars in funding from the Victorian Government. The new multi-sport park is expected to be completed by mid-2019.
Drivers in Melbourne’s south-east are a step closer to a better and safer Pound Road West as the Andrews Labor Government’s Suburban Roads Upgrade hits a major new milestone. The Labor Government today released the Request for Proposal (RFP) to deliver the $2.2 billion north and south-eastern road upgrade packages, allowing bidders to submit their plans for the projects.
The Andrews Labor Government is improving safety and the movement of vehicles in the manufacturing heart of Victoria by removing the level crossing on South Gippsland Highway in Dandenong and building a new intersection where it meets the Princes Highway.
The Andrews Labor Government is delivering another major boost to support the development of infrastructure across Victoria’s recycling sector. Member for Dandenong, Gabrielle Williams MP announced a $500,000 grant for Dandenong South company, Commercial Tippers Pty Ltd, to establish a new recycling and resource recovery facility.
A re-elected Andrews Labor Government will transform the old Endeavour Hills Secondary School site into a brand-new special school for local children with additional needs.
Only a re-elected Andrews Labor Government will remove the last four remaining dangerous and congested level crossings on the Cranbourne line.
Families in our state’s Russian, Ukrainian, Serbian, Hungarian, and Bosnian communities will have peace of mind that their elderly loved ones are getting the care they need, under a re-elected Andrews Labor Government.
An Indian Cultural Hub in central Dandenong is one step closer with the Andrews Labor Government announcing that a permanent location will be found as part of the ongoing development of Victoria’s first Indian Cultural Precinct.
Frank Holohan Reserve in Endeavour Hills is set to receive a $200,000 upgrade thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government is upgrading the Doveton Neighbourhood Learning Centre, so that more locals can have access to vital services in a renovated and more modern facility.
A Dandenong playgroup preparing children for kinder and school is among the winners of the 2018 Victorian Early Years Awards for their ‘Step Into Kinder’ program run out of Dandenong Primary School.
Manufacturers, precision component makers and food testing laboratories are just some of the businesses creating over 150 jobs in Dandenong, thanks to support from the Andrews Labor Government.
Dandenong West Primary School is one of 93 schools across Victoria sharing in $15 million to build all-access play areas, sensory gardens and outdoor learning areas to support students with disabilities and additional needs, under the latest rounds of the Andrews Labor Government’s $30 million Inclusive Schools Fund.