Member for Macedon, Mary-Anne Thomas, is inviting her local community to provide input into the first ever Royal Commission into Mental Health, with public feedback now sought to help inform the scope of the wide-ranging inquiry.
Cyclists in Kyneton, Woodend and Gisborne will find it even easier to cycle around their communities with a $10,000 investment in bike facilities from the Andrews Labor Government.
A re-elected Andrews Labor Government will provide extra support for local communities to attract and deliver better events across the Hepburn and Macedon Ranges Shires – creating jobs, attracting more visitors and boosting businesses.
A Hepburn community group will share in $1.1 million worth of grants for renewable energy projects across Victoria, as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s Renewable Communities Program.
Firefighters in Riddells Creek will get the facilities they need to keep their community safe with a re-elected Andrews Labor Government to upgrade the local CFA station.
A re-elected Andrews Labor Government will make it cheaper and easier for families in central Victoria to get out on the water, with an unprecedented boost to recreational boating and fishing.
Locals in Romsey and Lancefield will be able to get around more quickly and easily with a re-elected Andrews Labor Government to deliver more buses to get them to work, study or the train station with a faster commute.
Emergency services volunteers in Macedon will share in over $230,000 in grants for new equipment, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
It will be easier for local commuters to find a car park with a re-elected Andrews Labor Government to build more car parking at Riddells Creek Station, Kyneton Station and Gisborne Station.
Workers in Maryborough and Woodend will be able to learn new job skills to develop their careers at Barker Trailers, thanks to a funding boost from the Andrews Labor Government.