The Andrews Labor Government has placed the order for 20 extra E-Class trams, securing hundreds of jobs in Dandenong.
The shortlist of bidders to build Melbourne’s new fleet of 37 new high capacity trains has been revealed and it includes local Dandenong-based train manufacturer Bombardier.
Member for Dandenong Gabrielle Williams said the 16-day Victoria Against Violence campaign, beginning 25 November this year, will highlight the devastating impact of family violence across Dandenong and the state.
The Andrews Labor Government is joining forces with Cricket Victoria and Cricket Australia to help the state build on its status as the cricket capital of Australia.
Member for Dandenong, Gabrielle Williams, has welcomed the Andrews Labor Government’s review of employment programs in Victoria.
Two local kindergartens in Dandenong North are set to benefit from the Victorian Government’s Minor Expansion Grants as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s promise to deliver new kindergarten infrastructure improvements.
Member for Dandenong Gabrielle Williams today encouraged woman in Dandenong, particularly those aged 50-74, to have a regular breast screen every two years. Finding breast cancer early before any symptoms are noticed, and when treatment is most likely to be successful, gives women the best chance of survival.
The Andrews Labor Government is improving access to quality affordable accommodation for Victoria’s most vulnerable residents.
Rapidly growing communities including Casey will be the big winners from the Andrews Labor Government’s $50 million 2015-16 Interface Growth Fund, launched today.
Gabrielle Williams MP welcomes the Andrews Labor Government’s announcement of the release of expressions of interest for the design, construction and maintenance of a next generation, high-capacity train for Melbourne, which will be built in Victoria.
Gabrielle Williams welcomed the Andrews Labor Government investment of $257 million in new regional rail carriages and infrastructure to significantly boost capacity across the regional network and create nearly 200 jobs.