The Andrews Labor Government is supporting local government programs that are working to prevent family violence in Macedon.
The Romsey Redbacks Football Netball Club is one of 23 community sporting organisations across the state set to benefit from the second round of the Victorian Government’s Change Our Game Community Activation Grants.
Locals in the Macedon Ranges will find it easier to park at Woodend and Macedon stations, with the opening of more than 300 new and upgraded car parks.
Kyneton locals who have successfully completed their apprenticeship over the last five years will soon be able to have their apprenticeship recognised following the re-introduction of Trade Papers by the Andrews Labor Government.
Every Victorian child born under a re-elected Andrews Labor Government will start kindergarten a year earlier, including kids in Macedon.
Every Victorian child born under a re-elected Andrews Labor Government will start kindergarten a year earlier, with kids in Hepburn some of the first to benefit.
$1.25M of community infrastructure projects have been completed at Lancefield Park.
Local councils like the Macedon Ranges Shire, Hepburn Shire, Mount Alexander Shire and Moorabool Shire can now apply to the Andrews Labor Government’s $100 million Fixing Country Roads Program as part of a record $941 million investment in regional roads.
Three local projects have secured vital funding through Pick My Project – the Andrews Labor Government’s ground-breaking program that gives locals the power to choose the projects their community needs.
The Andrews Labor Government is upgrading facilities at Kyneton and Hanging Rock racecourses, with new tie-up stalls and new infrastructure to improve safety and welfare of horses and handlers.