Youth workers and police officers will target and prevent youth offending in Melbourne’s north-west and south as part of a 12-month pilot program funded by the Andrews Labor Government.
Archives for August, 2018
Member for Dandenong, Gabrielle Williams, today welcomed Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews’ announcement that Free TAFE would be available for 10 additional non-apprenticeship courses in areas ranging from community services to construction and cyber security, as well as two additional pre-apprenticeship courses.
A copper electrical cable manufacturer in Melbourne’s South East will boost its energy efficiency, increase production capacity and retain jobs, thanks to support from the Andrews Labor Government.
Dandenong’s temporary Pop-Up Park has found a permanent home thanks to funding from the Andrews Labor Government.
Young people in Greater Dandenong are getting a helping hand to build their confidence and explore creative careers thanks to funding from the Andrews Labor Government.
More than 100 schools across Victoria are taking part in a world-leading pilot to better assess the learning needs of students with disabilities and additional needs.
St Mary's Cricket Club Dandenong 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.
Students and teachers at Dandenong Primary School are set to turn learning into an artform thanks to a $35,000 grant through the Victorian Government’s new Creative Learning Partnerships program.
Ambulances are responding faster to life-threatening emergencies in the City of Greater Dandenong, while elective surgery waiting lists are at record lows.