Minister for Education James Merlino today announced the two recipients of the inaugural Lynne Kosky Memorial VCAL Scholarships.
Altona Life Saving Club will share in $12.5 million to purchase much-needed equipment across Victoria, as part of the 2015-16 Volunteer Emergency Services Equipment Program (VESEP).
The new $200 million Women’s and Children’s Hospital to be built in Sunshine will be named after the late Premier Joan Kirner AC.
Local services ISIS Primary Care and Cohealth West will benefit from new and upgraded dental equipment, which will ensure locals get better and safer public dental care, more quickly.
Year 10 students facing financial barriers to completing education and training will be able to apply for two $25,000 scholarships, created in honour of Lynne Kosky.
The Andrews Labor Government has commenced its search for a major construction company to build the new $200 million Western Women
Minister for Health and local MP Jill Hennessy today officially opened the new medical and allied health clinic at the Laverton Community Hub.
Point Cook residents will benefit from an overhaul of the Wyndham bus network from 21 June, including new and extended bus routes and more frequent services.
The Hon Joan Elizabeth Kirner AC, 1938 - 2015
Sanctuary Lakes Netball Association will receive $1,000 to purchase 40 netballs through the VicHealth Active Club Grants program.
Families in Wyndham will be the beneficiary of a new $50 million Interface Councils Infrastructure Fund to support councils and communities on the edge of Melbourne.
Wyndham residents will soon benefit from two road projects at Palmers Rd/Dunnings Rd in Point Cook and at the Princes Freeway off-ramp at Forsyth Rd in Hoppers Crossing.
Altona has lost one of its champions.
A community forum in Point Cook on Tuesday night saw local residents, paramedics and health professionals work together to discuss their concerns about ambulance services.