After 40 years, Altona football and cricket clubs can finally cater for female players thanks to the Labor Government and Hobsons Bay City Council.
ALTONA LOOP DUAL TRACK ON THE WAY AND BOOM GATES TO GO Kororoit Creek Road will soon be level-crossing free and Altona Loop services made more reliable following a 43- day construction blitz starting next month. As part of the Andrews Labor Government’s blitz, the..
Students at Altona P-9 will soon have the option of completing their secondary education at the school, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
The first step in the development of a future Point Cook Police Station begins today, with the Victorian Budget 2018/19 allocating funds to search for and acquire land in the growing community.
$53 million has been allocated in the Victorian Budget 2018/19 for the construction of a new vertical secondary school, Point Cook South Proposed Senior Secondary School, to open Term 1, 2020.
Young people from Altona District will be celebrated and recognised during the inaugural Victorian Youth Week in April, with more than 100 activities running across the state.
The Andrews Labor Government is continuing to deliver lasting action on climate change, with the announcement of recipients from the Altona District of the Virtual Centre for Climate Change Innovation grants.
The initial designs for the new Point Cook South Senior Secondary 10-12 have been revealed, giving families in the area a glimpse of what their new local school will look like.
Melbourne’s western suburbs will see more police on the streets, with an additional 42 officers above attrition due to hit the beat over the next year as the Andrews Labor Government continues to deliver the biggest boost to police resources in history.
Work is now underway on a new multi-purpose Scouts and Community Centre thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
Construction has started on Sanctuary Lakes South P-9 in Point Cook ahead of its opening for local students in the 2019 school year thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
Nearly 100 former automotive workers will have an opportunity to be part of Victoria’s booming construction sector thanks to new funding from the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government will fully restore direct city services for passengers on the Altona Loop from August – fulfilling a major Labor Government election commitment.
The Andrews Labor Government will build up to 150 new car parks for commuters at Williams Landing Station.
Wyndham and Hobsons Bay Councils will be able to buy new books, deliver reading programs and improve local library spaces, thanks to funds from the Andrews Labor Government.
A $650,000 State Government cash injection will help Hobsons Bay City Council build a 3.2km section of the 7.5km missing link of the Kororoit Creek Trail.
Students in Altona District will soon have a new school, with the Andrews Labor Government providing funds to purchase land for a new Sanctuary Lakes South P-9 school, as part of the Victorian Budget 2016-17.
The 2016 Victorian Budget is investing more than ever before in the outer suburbs to ensure these growing areas have the services families need, and the roads and transport they rely on.