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ACCESS NOW OPEN FOR ALL AT GLENLYON HALL

The residents of Glenlyon in the Hepburn Shire now have a newly renovated hall thanks to the Victorian Government’s Regional Jobs and Infrastructure Fund. Minister for Regional Development, Jaala Pulford, and Member for Macedon, Mary-Anne Thomas, today officially opened the venue, following a government contribution..

PETITION CALLS FOR BARRY STREET ROUNDABOUT FUNDING

On Tuesday Member for Macedon Mary-Anne Thomas inspected the intersection of Barry Street and Main Street in Romsey, where a roundabout has been proposed to increase safety and reduce congestion.

CONSTRUCTION UNDERWAY ON WOODEND PRIMARY SCHOOL UPGRADE

Students at Woodend Primary School are a step closer to having the facilities they need, with construction of a $2 million upgrade underway. Mary-Anne Thomas today visited the school to announce the commencement of construction on the project. The $2 million project includes a refurbishment..

DAYLESFORD-MALMSBURY ROAD UPGRADE IMPROVES SAFETY

Significant upgrades to the Daylesford-Malmsbury Road are providing a safer and smoother journey for drivers, following the completion of $2.6 million of works on the stretch of road.

WOODEND MANUFACTURER CELEBRATES 10,000 TRAILERS

The 10,000th trailer has rolled off the production line at Barker Trailers in Woodend – a major regional manufacturer that has provided employment to hundreds of Victorians for more than 40 years.

LOVED UP START TO THE FIRST-EVER REGIONAL CENTRE FOR CULTURE

The Andrews Labor Government is celebrating the launch of Victoria’s first Regional Centre for Culture in Bendigo. Coinciding with Valentine’s Day, Love Letters to the Heart of Victoria is a heart-warming start to the year-long celebration of arts, culture and creativity, backed by the Andrews..

HEALTHIER SMILES FOR MACEDON RANGES KIDS

Kids in the Macedon Ranges will receive free fluoride varnish as part of a new Andrews Labor Government outreach program to prevent tooth decay in the community.

MACEDON RANGES AMBULANCE RESPONSE TIMES KEEP IMPROVING

Ambulance response times continue to improve and more elective surgeries are being done on time than ever before, thanks to record investment in our health system by the Andrews Labor Government.