Danny Pearson is urging Essendon students and their families to take part in the first Victorian Maths Challenge.
The Andrews Labor Government has made it easier for Essendon locals to access housing with the launch of an Australian first housing register.
Nominations for the 2017 Victorian Young Achiever Awards are now open.
The Andrews Labor Government is getting on with implementing the Family Violence Royal Commission recommendations through further investments in support services for victims of family violence and sexual assault, and the appointment of an Implementation Monitor.
Member for Essendon, Danny Pearson has congratulated the three local athletes who competed in the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Minister for Housing, Disability and Ageing Martin Foley joined Member for Essendon Danny Pearson to announce $30 million to kick-start the Flemington public housing estate’s redevelopment and a regeneration of Flemington’s 22 walk up buildings.
Mount Alexander College students will have regular access to a doctor and the healthcare they need at school.
Students at Strathmore Secondary College are a step closer to having the facilities they deserve, with the appointment of architects to commence planning for the upgrade to the School.
Guaranteed funding to secure the future of Kangan Institute, and quality training that ensures Victorians have the right skills for the jobs of the future, will underpin Victoria’s overhauled training and TAFE system.
Students in Essendon will be served up Victorian milk from next year, under a new deal to boost the State’s struggling dairy industry and help support regional jobs.
New jobs are being created and kids across Essendon are receiving better care thanks to improved educator-to-child ratios, introduced on 1 January 2016.
The Andrews Labor Government will provide $400,000 to help disadvantaged Victorians across Essendon find meaningful work and keep it, as part of the Jobs Victoria Employment Network.
Sporting clubs in Essendon looking to open more doors for women and girls to play the sports they love are being urged to apply for a VicHealth funding grant.
Essendon families will be more involved in the building and upgrading of local schools and early childhood centres than ever before, with the launch of the Victorian School Building Authority.
A new heritage grants program will provide opportunities for community groups, not-for-profit organisations and local council to repair and conserve heritage places and objects in Essendon.
Don’t miss this small business workshop: ‘Save Money and Get Greener’ on Wednesday 10 August from 6.30pm. The workshop will be held at the Montgomery Park Childrens Centre, 47 Lawson Street, Essendon.
The Andrews Labor Government is extending its hugely popular trial of all night public transport on weekends until June next year.
Small businesses in the Essendon region will soon benefit from a government-wide review to cut red tape and reduce the regulatory burden on the Victorian small business community.