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MAKING ACCESS TO LEGAL SERVICES FAIRER IN EASTERN METROPOLITAN REGION

Shaun Leane MP today announced Eastern Community Legal Centre will receive a $300,000 funding boost as part of a grants program under the Andrews Labor Government. The $300,000 of funding over two years will help the Eastern Community Legal Centre to provide vital legal assistance..

MATTHEW GUY’S RIDICULOUS RED-LIGHT RANT

Matthew Guy has announced that he wants to split communities across Nunawading and Vermont South, impacting homes and businesses and causing traffic chaos. Bereft of ideas and with his leadership under siege – the best Matthew Guy can come up with is a half-baked thought..

MATTHEW GUY’S RIDICULOUS RED-LIGHT RANT

MATTHEW GUY’S RIDICULOUS RED-LIGHT RANT Matthew Guy has announced that he wants to split communities in Templestowe causing traffic chaos. Bereft of ideas and with his leadership under siege – the best Matthew Guy can come up with is half baked thought bubble to remove..

MELBOURNE’S BIGGER TRAINS BRINGS MOUNT WAVERLEY BENEFITS

The home of Melbourne’s high capacity trains is taking shape, with the first locally sourced steel structures now in place and support to boost the Mount Waverley economy. The Pakenham East site, which is almost as large as 60 MCGs, will eventually house maintenance facilities..

MAJOR UPGRADE FOR TWO MAROONDAH SCHOOLS

The Andrews Labor Government will invest $5.04million in two Maroondah Primary Schools as part of its program to remove asbestos contained in old school buildings, and replace them with brand new facilities. Shaun Leane MP announced today that Croydon Primary School would receive $2.296million and..

MORE DISABILITY SUPPORTS FOR PEOPLE IN THE EAST

More people with a disability will get the support they need with the rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in Inner and Outer Eastern Metropolitan regions The scheme will see around 15,400 Victorians in Inner and Outer Eastern Melbourne access supports, including 2,100 people..