Students and teachers at Wooranna Park Primary School will soon be able to enjoy upgraded buildings and other facilities after receiving a School Pride grant from the Andrews Labor Government.
Monash patients will get the surgery they need sooner, with Australia’s largest ever one-off investment to tackle elective surgery waiting lists in the 2016-17 Victorian Budget.
Residents in Dandenong at risk of eye disease will benefit from a successful health promotion program that aims to improve eye health and prevent vision loss.
The Andrews Labor Government today gave a boost to the Endeavour Hills Cricket Club with the announcement of a $100,000 grant from the Community Sports Infrastructure Fund to upgrade cricket facilities at the Sydney Pargeter Reserve.
Member for Dandenong Gabrielle Williams has today announced that Wellsprings for Women will share in $2 million of funding thanks to the Adult Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board’s Capacity and Innovation Grants.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping local young people put on events and celebrate National Youth Week, with $225,000 in National Youth Week grants announced today.
The Andrews Labor Government is giving the Dandenong District Cricket Association and Buckley Ridges Cricket Club the tools and resources it needs to help maintain Victoria’s title as the cricket capital.
Safety directly outside Dandenong High School will be further improved when the nearby 60km/hr speed zone is extended to include the frontage of the school. Before students return to school in January, the speed limit on the Princes Highway between Fifth Avenue and Henty Street..
The Andrews Labor Government is encouraging local employers to access the updated Back to Work scheme and hire unemployed workers in Dandenong.
The Andrews Labor Government has today opened a new grants program to provide support to community organisations and groups to run multicultural celebrations, festivals and events across Victoria.
A new kindergarten upgrade in Dandenong will help children and families access quality early childhood services, as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s $50 million investment in the early childhood sector.
The Andrews Labor Government has marked its first year in office by announcing the removal of four more level crossings, including Abbotts Road in Dandenong South and Thompsons Road in Lyndhurst.
The Andrews Labor Government today released a snapshot of feedback from the first round of community consultation on the removal of nine level crossings on the Dandenong Rail corridor – Melbourne’s busiest.