The 512 bus service from Strathmore to East Coburg is one of four routes in Victoria taking part in a 12 month trial of bike racks on buses, which began today.
The 510 bus service from Essendon to Ivanhoe is one of four routes in Victoria taking part in a 12 month trial of bike racks on buses, which began today.
From today startups and entrepreneurs in Essendon will be able to apply for support from the Andrews Labor Government’s $60 million startup initiative, LaunchVic.
Member for Essendon, Danny Pearson said the $600,000 in Community Resilience Grants focus on prevention and early intervention, identifying the causes of violent extremism and finding the most effective ways to protect individuals from propaganda.
Applications are now open for the 2016-17 Children’s Facilities Capital Program Minor Grants round. Children in our community deserve the best start in life, and we can ensure this by providing high quality early years services. This is why I’m encouraging local kindergartens and children’s services to..
Member for Essendon, Danny Pearson is encouraging local sustainability leaders to enter this year’s Premier’s Sustainability Awards.
Family violence victims in Essendon will be at the heart of the Government’s implementation of the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Family Violence.
Geotechnical investigations are underway as part of the removal of the dangerous and congested Buckley Street level crossing.
Member for Essendon, Danny Pearson today called on the Turnbull Government to rule out any cuts to penalty rates as thousands of Victorians head to work this Easter long weekend.
Member for Essendon has today urged local early childhood teachers to nominate for the 2016 Victorian Early Years Awards.
Danny Pearson has encouraged local community groups to apply for the second round of grants for community groups and environmental organisations under the Threatened Species Protection Initiative.
The Andrews Government has committed $500,000 over four years for LGBTI Multicultural Grants – the first of their kind.
Essendon sports clubs can now apply for a life-saving defibrillator, so that players, spectators and parents can step in during an emergency until paramedics arrive.