Danny Pearson joined Minister for Sport John Eren and Essendon Baseball Club members to announce $100,000 in State Government funding towards the new Chris Lane Memorial Junior Baseball Field. The field is dedicated to the promising home-grown baseball talent whose life was tragically cut short in 2013. The 250..
A transport and construction focused training program called GROW is providing opportunities to motivated people from marginalised or disadvantaged backgrounds to gain the practical skills and knowledge needed to break into the workforce.
The Maribyrnong River is set for a boost with an $815,000 three-year project that will improve access for recreational anglers and increase the river’s native fish population.
Danny Pearson announced $13.8 million for Strathmore Secondary College in the Victorian Budget 2018/19 for its exciting new upgrade. The funding will deliver on the first stage of the school’s master plan and will replace outdated classrooms with modern learning environments. This stage includes a..
Netballers across Essendon will have access to better facilities with $1.5 million announced to upgrade courts at Riverside Park. Funding will allow for the construction of an additional nine multipurpose courts with lighting to provide netballers across Essendon with access to better facilities.
Riverside Park will receive $1.5 million to upgrade its netball facilities with the construction of an additional nine multipurpose courts with lighting to provide netballers across Essendon with access to better facilities.
Danny Pearson MP today announced funding to develop plans to expand the netball facilities at Riverside Park in Ascot Vale. With new families moving into the area and more locals signing up to play netball, the existing seven multi-use courts are struggling to cope with demand…
Member for Essendon Danny Pearson today announced a $100,000 grant for Moonee Valley City Council to participate in a 20-Minute Neighbourhood pilot program.
Melbourne’s north-west will see more police on the streets, with an additional 53 police officers due to hit the beat over the next year as the Andrews Labor Government continues to deliver the biggest boost to police resources in history.
The 2017-18 Victorian State Budget continues the work of building the Education State. As part of the Budget, Moonee Ponds West Primary School will receive $502,000 to assist with upgrades to school facilities.
The contract to remove the Buckley Street Level Crossing has been awarded. The project is due to commence later this year and will be completed by 2019. The Level Crossing Removal Authority will be setting up an information hub at 22 Russell Street in the coming..