The Andrews Labor Government is calling for applications for scholarships of up to $10,000 for women looking to pursue leadership and development roles in sport and active recreation.
Seniors living in the Flemington and Ascot Vale area are set to become better connected thanks to a $700,000 funding package from the Andrews Labor Government.
Victorians can now find out where their new pet has come from, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s new Pet Exchange Register which comes into effect on 1 July.
Schools within the Electorate of Essendon can now apply to receive a funding boost to build all-access play areas, sensory gardens and outdoor learning areas to support students with disabilities and additional needs thanks to the Victorian Government.
Improvements at the intersection of Shamrock Street, Mt Alexander Road and Grice Crescent to make it safer and easier to get around are about to start.
The Andrews Labor Government is delivering on its promises and delivering for the people of Essendon.
Applications are open for up to $3 million in crime prevention grants, courtesy of the Andrews Labor Government’s Public Safety Infrastructure Fund (PSIF).
The Andrews Labor Government is keeping the legacy of veterans alive for future generations in Essendon.
Minister for Health Jenny Mikakos recently joined VicHealth Acting chief executive Dr Lyn Roberts to launch $500,000 in Innovation Challenge: Physical Activity Program grants.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping local communities to protect their neighbourhoods from illegal graffiti, with applications now open for the Graffiti Prevention Grants program.
Victorians who make a difference by volunteering in health will be recognised in the prestigious 2019 Minister for Health Volunteer Awards – now in their eleventh year.
Apprentices, students, teachers, employers and training providers can now nominate for the 65th Victorian Training Awards
Sports clubs in Essendon are encouraged to apply for $500,000 in VicHealth grants now up for grabs.
The Andrews Labor Government is investing in a new portable equipment wash bay at Moonee Valley Racecourse, as well as the Taste of the Royal Melbourne Show race meeting, as part of a $77,000 joint funding package.
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.
Students in Strathmore will have the modern classrooms and school facilities they need to get the great education they deserve, thanks to a $13.8 million upgrade by the Andrews Labor Government.
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.