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MARYSVILLE TOURISM AND ARTS CENTRE OPENS ITS DOORS

The Marysville Information and Regional Arts Centre officially opened today, providing a new community and creative hub in the heart of town. Parliamentary Secretary for Regional Victoria Danielle Green opened the new facility today – backed by $200,000 in funding from the Andrews Labor Government…

LABOR FUNDS MAJOR UPGRADE TO RIDE AVENUE KINDER

The Andrews Labor Government will fund Benalla’s Ride Avenue Kindergarten upgrade and expansion to ensure that local kids have the very best environment to learn, develop and get a great start to their education. Labor Upper House Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, who attended..

NEW BOAT RAMP FOR GOULBURN TRIBUTARY AT MITCHELLSTOWN

Freshwater anglers wetting a line in the Goulburn River will soon welcome a new boat ramp at Mitchellstown as part of a larger upgrade of the Major Creek Streamside Reserve, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government. Joined by Labor candidate for Euroa, Fionna Deppeler-Morton, Labor..

SILVER AND GOLD FOR GONE FISHING DAY IN SHEPPARTON

Anglers celebrating Gone Fishing Day at Victoria Park Lake on Sunday will have a great chance of reeling in a catch thanks to the stocking of 70 large golden and silver perch today. Minister for Agriculture Jaala Pulford released 20 of the fish today to..

BUILDING A SAFER BEECHWORTH-WODONGA ROAD

Drivers are enjoying a safer journey on Beechworth-Wodonga Road with the first stage of the Andrews Labor Government’s major upgrade near Wooragee now complete. Labor Upper Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, said flexible safety barriers have been installed on the 6km stretch of the..

LABOR DELIVERS KINDER UPGRADES

Labor Upper House Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, today announced nearly $300,000 in major upgrades for Yarra Glen Pre School and Yarra Junction’s Cire Children’s Centre Visiting the preschool today with Labor candidate for Eildon, Sally Brennan, Ms Symes said these upgrades were vital..

SYMES DELIVERS FOR FLOWERDALE RESERVE USERS

Flowerdale tennis and cricket club players will soon have upgraded change room facilities thanks to a $165,920 grant from the Andrews Labor Government. The funding from Labor’s Community Sports Infrastructure Fund will ensure the nearly $250,000 Spring Valley Recreational Reserve project can get under way. Labor Upper House Member for Northern..

LABOR’S RECORD TAFE INVESTMENT CONTINUES

Labor Upper House Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, today spoke at GOTAFE’s Wangaratta Breakfast highlighting the Andrews Labor Government’s ongoing commitment to a strong TAFE sector in country Victoria. This morning’s breakfast with GOTAFE stakeholders, highlighted the importance of building a strong education and..

SHINING A LIGHT ON SAFER SCHOOL CROSSINGS

New technology trialled by school crossing supervisors in Wodonga has resulted in 60 per cent fewer near miss incidents at a high-traffic location. Labor Upper House Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, said the Andrews Labor Government provided Wodonga Council with a $50,000 Community Innovation..

NEW WODONGA FIRE STATION TO OPEN IN WEEKS

Wodonga’s new $7.8 million fire station will open before the end of the year, delivering the perfect 125-year birthday gift to the Wodonga Fire Brigade. Labor Upper House Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, and Labor candidate for Benambra, Mark Tait, was today given a..

ENERGY GRANT HELPS WODONGA JOBS

One of Wodonga’s biggest employers will boost its energy efficiency, secure jobs and expand its production capacity, thanks to support from the Andrews Labor Government. Labor Upper House Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, and Labor candidate for Benambra, Mark Tait, today visited Wodonga Rendering..

SYMES DELIVERS FOR FLOWERDALE RESERVE USERS

Flowerdale tennis and cricket club players will soon have upgraded change room facilities thanks to a $165,920 grant from the Andrews Labor Government. The funding from Labor’s Community Sports Infrastructure Fund will ensure the nearly $250,000 Spring Valley Recreational Reserve project can get under way. Labor Upper House Member for Northern..

NEW VIBRANT TOWN CENTRE FOR WALLAN

Member for Yan Yean, Danielle Green, today officially opened the $4.1 million Wallan town centre revitalisation project. The Wallan town centre revitalisation project will improve pedestrian connectivity between Wallan’s Central Business District and neighbouring Hadfield Park and is the first stage in a major beautification..

MORE FUNDING AND BETTER TOOLS FOR INJURED WILDLIFE

The Andrews Labor Government is ensuring injured wildlife get the help they need, with a new online help tool and almost $170,000 in funding for rehabilitators. Labor Upper House Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, today announced 14 shelter operators and animal foster carers in..

DELIVERING A GREAT LOCAL SCHOOL FOR SEYMOUR

Seymour families will have the great local school their kids deserve, with a re-elected Andrews Labor Government to contribute $1.4 million towards an upgrade at St Mary’s College. The $2 million project will include the construction of six general learning areas plus two flexible learning..

RESIDENTS URGED TO PREPARE FOR LONG, HOT SUMMER

Northern Victorians are urged to prepare early for the upcoming fire season, by talking to family and friends and developing a comprehensive fire plan. The Andrews Labor Government last Friday officially launched Fire Action Week, which runs from October 7-14. Warmer and drier-than-average conditions suggest the Victorian fire season is..

GUIDING VICTORIA WITH SOLAR FARM DEVELOPMENTS

The Andrews Labor Government has approved a major new solar farm north of Shepparton and released draft planning guidelines for the development of large solar farm projects across the state. Minister for Planning Richard Wynne announced today that he has approved the Congupna solar farm..

RAINBOW TROUT STOCKING SUCCESS ON GOULBURN RIVER

The seven tonnes of trophy rainbow trout stocked into the Goulburn River for the opening of the season last month was so successful that the Victorian Fisheries Authority will do it again next year. Stocked trout to six kilograms were caught by hundreds of people..