The Andrews Labor Government is investing in improving public libraries across Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges so local communities continue to have access to quality facilities. This week, Minister for Local Government Adem Somyurek announced $4.5 million was available as part of the 2019-20 Living..
Archives for August, 2019
Member for Macedon Mary-Anne Thomas visited New Gisborne Primary School to discuss their capital project and test their new solar panels, allocated to the school as part of an $83,000 grant. The 200 panels will produce around 75kw, meaning the majority of power at New..
Locals, tourists and freight drivers travelling north of Kyneton will now have safer journeys with an intersection upgrade complete on Heathcote-Kyneton Road thanks to the Andrews Labor Government. Crews have finished work on the second and final stage of the $1 million project to improve..
A Kyneton School has reclaimed its original name as it moves toward a new era of providing a first class education for local students. Minister for Education James Merlino approved a request for the former Kyneton Secondary College to restore its original name – Kyneton..
Mount Macedon students now have bigger, better classrooms and school facilities to learn in, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government. Member for Macedon Mary-Anne Thomas today visited Mount Macedon Primary to open its $472,000 upgrade, which includes a refurbishment of a covered, outdoor learning area..
Four more lakes in central Victoria are now open to recreational fishers in canoes, kayaks and boats with electric motors, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s plan to get more people fishing, more often. Minister for Fishing and Boating Jaala Pulford joined fishers, paddlers and..
The Andrews Labor Government is getting on with delivering a new female-friendly pavilion at the Kyneton showgrounds, giving more eager netballers and footballers the chance to shine. Member for Macedon Mary-Anne Thomas officially opened the upgraded pavilion today at the Kyneton Showgrounds, made possible thanks..
More women and girls can kick goals and hit sixes in Woodend thanks to a new female-friendly pavilion at Gilbert Gordon Oval. Member for Macedon Mary-Anne Thomas officially opened the redeveloped pavilion today, made possible thanks to a $100,000 grant from the Andrews Labor Government’s..