Archives for July, 2017

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ROMSEY TO RECEIVE MAIN STREET MAKEOVER

Romsey’s streetscape will be upgraded to create an environment where existing and new businesses can thrive, and visitors will be encouraged to spend more time in town, thanks to a $400,000 Victorian Government grant. Minister for Regional Development Jaala Pulford announced the funding in Romsey’s..

BETTER BUS CONNECTIONS AT CLARKEFIELD & SUNBURY

Commuters from Romsey and Lancefield will experience more seamless bus connections to Sunbury Station following common sense improvements to the local bus timetable. Local MP Mary-Anne Thomas said the new timetable had been introduced after a strong community campaign and that the changes will make..

EXTRA SERVICES OPEN UP WEEKENDS FOR MACEDON PASSENGERS

The Andrews Labor Government is opening up the weekend for passengers who use Malmsbury, Macedon, Riddells Creek and Clarkefield Stations, with 27 more weekday and weekend train services starting from 27 August. Member for Macedon Mary-Anne Thomas today announced the new V-Line timetable, with nine..

Netball and Tennis Changerooms open in Lancefield

Construction of female friendly and accessible change rooms and public toilets at Lancefield Football Netball and Tennis clubs is complete. The Victorian Government funded the $450,000 facility, which is already being enjoyed by local players. A range of local traders generously committed in-kind support and..

$650,000 in funding for Hepburn Waste to Energy System

Hepburn Shire Council has received $650,000 from the Victorian Government to implement the first stage of an innovative waste to energy system. In the first stage of the $2.4 million project, Hepburn Shire will divert more than 2,000 tonnes of food waste from landfill sites..

SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS FOR CALDER FREEWAY

The Andrews Labor Government is boosting safety on the Calder Freeway, installing nearly 60 kilometres of flexible safety barriers. Member for Macedon, Mary-Anne Thomas, recently inspected the work taking place on the Calder Freeway between Faraday and Woodend that will reduce the risk of run-off-road..

AMBULANCE REFORMS ARE SAVING LIVES

A record number of Victorians are surviving cardiac arrest because of recent reforms that are making more ambulances available for people in life threatening emergencies. New comprehensive analysis released today shows that almost 7,000 more Victorians are getting an emergency ambulance within 15 minutes because..

WORKS BEGIN ON KYNETON STATION CAR PARK UPGRADE

The Andrews Labor Government is building more car parks at Kyneton Station, to make it quicker and easier for people to drive to the station and catch the train. Member for Macedon Mary-Anne Thomas announced today that construction has begun on the major expansion of..