Four Essendon artists have been selected to share in more than $1.6 million in funding through the Andrews Labor Government’s VicArts Grants Program.
Member for Essendon, Danny Pearson today announced Debney Meadows Primary School will receive a $5000 grant to purchase new music equipment.
Malcolm Turnbull and the Liberal Party are short-changing Essendon students by walking away from Gonski. Essendon schools will be up to $5,400,000 worse off under a Turnbull government.
Small businesses in the Moonee Ponds area will be able to access relevant, reliable and affordable information on growing their business at a workshop to be held on Wednesday 18 May 2016.
The Andrews Labor Government is building Melbourne’s new Metro Tunnel and ordering 70 new trains to transform Melbourne’s rail network, run more trains and carry more passengers in Essendon.
The Andrews Labor Government will provide free shuttle buses and extra trains and trams early on Anzac Day to make it easier for people to get to the Dawn Service and pay their respects.
Member for Essendon, Danny Pearson today encouraged students across the electorate to submit their entries to the 2016-17 Premier’s Spirit of Anzac Prize.
Strathmore Secondary College will be able to get on and plan a more exciting future, thanks to funding from the Andrews Labor Government
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.
The ANZAC Centenary website and information portal with information about upcoming Anzac Day commemorations is now live.
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.
Parents and carers who sign up to the challenge of reading to their children every day could win a visit from ABC Kids’ Jimmy Giggle for their local kindergarten or child care centre.
Member for Essendon, Danny Pearson is encouraging local sustainability leaders to enter this year’s Premier’s Sustainability Awards.
Grants to upgrade kindergarten and children’s centre facilities in Essendon are now open.
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.