Member for Macedon, Mary-Anne Thomas, and the Minister for Veterans, John Eren, today announced funding for key war memorials in Woodend and Gisborne through the Restoring Community War Memorials and Avenues of Honour Grant Program.
Member for Macedon, Mary-Anne Thomas, today hosted a meeting with the Minister for Sport, John Eren, and Macedon Ranges Shire Council at the Macedon Ranges Netball Complex regarding sporting facility needs in the region.
Kyneton Museum’s work to preserve community history for generations to come has been recognised as part of the 2018 Local History Grants Program. Through the program, Kyneton Museum has received $14,232 to upgrade exhibition display cases. Member for Macedon, Mary-Anne Thomas, today joined members of..
The Victorian Government is again proudly supporting the upcoming Woodend Winter Arts Festival with $20,000 in funding to help ensure the success of this exciting regional community event.
A new weather proof shelter has been installed on platform two at Macedon Station, as part of broader works to upgrade the station. Member for Macedon, Mary-Anne Thomas, today joined passengers during their morning commute to officially open the shelter. Macedon Station’s car park will..
Lancefield Romsey Little Athletics Centre is set to take its game up a notch when it comes to dealing with an emergency on and off the park with a new defibrillator and training package from the Andrews Labor Government.
Carlsruhe CFA volunteers will benefit from a $600,000 station upgrade, thanks to funding in the Victorian Budget 2018/19.
Kyneton Cemetery will undergo a $214,000 upgrade thanks to a grant from the Andrews Labor Government’s Cemetery Trust Grants program.
Victoria’s most iconic natural areas will now have better developmental protection than ever before, thanks to the passage of the Andrews Labor Government’s Distinctive Areas and Landscapes Bill 2017.
The Andrews Labor Government will keep the old Kyneton Primary School site in public hands, the Member for Macedon Mary-Anne Thomas announced today.
The Andrews Labor Government will invest a further $500,000 into the Blackwood Localised Septic Program to complete all failed systems in the area.