Archives for February, 2016

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SMALL BUSINESS BUS BRINGS ADVICE ON WHEELS TO WANGARATTA

Small business operators in and around Wangaratta will be able to access free mentoring, support and government business services when the Small Business Bus visits on Tuesday, March 1, 2016, Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, said today. Ms Symes said the Andrews Labor Government..

LABOR GRANT TO FURTHER SUPPORT MYRRHEE STUDENTS

Myrrhee Primary School is set to provide further support to students with special needs thanks to a $65,000 grant from the Andrews Labor Government, Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, announced today.   Ms Symes said the grant forms part of the Labor Government’s new..

LABOR INCREASES FUNDING FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT SUPPORT SERVICES

Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes has welcomed funding to cut local waiting lists for support services helping children and adults who have experienced sexual assault. The funding is part of the Andrews Labor Government’s $16 million Family Violence Fund, established to respond to increased..

LABOR SUPPORTS ECHUCA-MOAMA FESTIVALS WITH FUNDING

Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes today announced a $27,500 grant to the Echuca-Moama Winter Blues Festival and Riverboats Music Festival to attract even more visitors this year. Ms Symes said entering its 18th year, the Echuca-Moama Winter Blues Festival showcases the cool sounds of..

REVAMPED CHILDREN’S HUB OPENS IN WODONGA

A newly refurbished Jamieson’s Court Children’s Centre will bring early childhood education, health and children’s services under the one roof, creating a ‘one-stop shop’ for Wodonga families, Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, said today at the official opening of the centre. Ms Symes opened..

LABOR GOVERNMENT SUPPORTS HIGH COUNTRY HARVEST FESTIVAL

Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes today announced a $30,000 grant to help market the High Country Harvest Festival to attract more visitors. Ms Symes the Andrews Labor Government is helping the High Country Harvest Festival attract more visitors than ever before. Ms Symes said..

FUNDING FOR FARMERS’ MARKETS TO START UP AND EXPAND

Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, today announced grants of up to $30,000 are available to establish new farmers’ markets or to expand existing market activities in recognition of the valuable role they play in country Victoria. Grants are available through the Farmers’ Markets Support..

BOOST FOR NATIONAL YOUTH WEEK CELEBRATIONS

The Andrews Labor Government is helping local young people put on events and celebrate National Youth Week, with nearly $50,000 in funding going to country Victorian groups in National Youth Week grants announced today by Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes. Ms Symes said 25..

STUDENTS TO ADVANCE UNDER LABOR PROGRAM

More than 80 schools within the Northern Victoria region will take part in the Andrews Labor Governments $4.46 million Advance Program, Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, announced today. Ms Symes said the Advance Program sees secondary school students get involved in community projects, and..

GOVERNMENT COMMITS TO WANDONG PRIMARY GROWTH

Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, today visited Wandong Primary School to announce the Government’s commitment to purchase the adjacent site to cater for the school’s expected enrolment growth in the coming years. Wandong Primary School is expected to grow by almost 100 students over..

STATEMENT

  Today’s visit by the Shadow Liberal National Ministerial cabinet should be used by them to make an apology to North East line commuters for refusing to do a thing to improve train services on the North East line and cutting millions from the V-Line..

KIDS BACK TO KINDER AS IMPROVEMENTS BENEFIT FAMILIES

Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, has welcomed local kindergarten students into the new kinder year, with better educator-to-child ratios introduced meaning more individual attention and care for children in the year before school. Ms Symes said introduced on January 1 this year, the new..