Businesses impacted by the closure of automotive manufacturing in Victoria are identifying new business opportunities and creating jobs, thanks to on-going funding support from the Andrews Labor Government.
Doveton student, Jacob Eisho, will represent his region and Victoria on a study tour to learn about the service and sacrifices of our veterans.
Victorian hospitals have experienced unprecedented demand with 443,084 patients presenting at emergency departments across Victoria over the summer months the latest health performance data shows.
Young people in Dandenong will benefit from a 2017 National Youth Week grant from the Andrews Labor Government. Greater Dandenong Youth and Family Services will receive a $2,000 grant to coordinate a workshop series titled 'Create Your Future'.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping more Dandenong families access kindergarten closer to home through a major investment in children’s centre infrastructure.
The Andrews Labor Government is creating kilometres of new parkland, paths and community infrastructure in Melbourne’s South East, and it’s time for locals to have their say about how this open space will look and be used.
Residents in Melbourne’s south-east can now connect online with local police to help them fight crime and support community safety.
The Andrews Labor Government will give police new powers to collect the DNA of suspected criminals, introduce new laws to crackdown on organised crime and drive by shootings, and establish a dedicated police assistance line for the community, as part of a comprehensive plan to keep Victorians safe.
Member for Dandenong, Gabrielle Williams, took to the soccer pitch over the weekend in a friendly match between Victorian Parliamentary Labor Party and Doveton Special Soccer School.