Archives for August, 2018
The stunning and historic Macedon Ranges will be protected for years to come, with strengthened planning controls to protect this iconic region from over-development.
The Shadow Minister for Sport, Senator Don Farrell, today joined the Member for McEwen, Rob Mitchell MP, State Member for Macedon, Mary-Anne Thomas MP and the Macedon Ranges Shire Council at the site of the proposed Macedon Ranges Regional Sports Precinct in New Gisborne.
A re-elected Andrews Government will embark upon the biggest transformation of public transport in Australia’s history, with a new underground rail network set to circle Melbourne’s suburbs and connect every major train line from the Frankston line to the Werribee line through Melbourne Airport.
Local women are invited to take part in two free open netball sessions at The Stadium – Gisborne Secondary College in September.
The Macedon Ranges agriculture sector will soon be transporting goods to market more safely and more efficiently through the Andrews Labor Government’s Local Roads to Market program.
Victorians will be able to save up to $400 a year on their power bills with discounted solar hot water systems for 60,000 households over ten years, under the new Solar Homes program.
A re-elected Andrews Labor Government will help Victorians save around $890 a year on their power bills with half price solar panels at no up-front cost.
Heritage Victoria has demanded owners of the old Kyneton Hospital to secure and protect the historic site or face large fines, in news welcomed by Member for Macedon, Mary-Anne Thomas.
Member for Macedon, Mary-Anne Thomas, today welcomed Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews’ announcement that Free TAFE would be available for 10 additional non-apprenticeship courses in areas ranging from community services to construction and cyber security, as well as two additional pre-apprenticeship courses.
Families across the Macedon Ranges are a step closer to getting the great sporting facilities they need, with a re-elected Andrews Labor Government to deliver $5.6 million towards the first stage of the Macedon Ranges Regional Sports Precinct.