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CELEBRATING GURU NANAK WITH WYNDHAM LOCALS

The Andrews Labor Government is helping Victoria’s Sikh communities celebrate the 550th birthday anniversary of Sikh faith founder Guru Nanak Dev Ji with events around the state, including Wyndham. Fulfilling an election commitment, Minister for Multicultural Affairs Richard Wynne and Member for Werribee Tim Pallas,..

HELPING TO CELEBRATE WERRIBEE CHILDREN

The Andrews Labor Government is supporting the Werribee community to host fun and free educational activities and events for local families and children as part of this year’s Children’s Week celebrations. Tim Pallas today announced Wyndham City Council and Wyndham Little Buddies Toy Library was..

Guidelines Released For Melbourne’s New Dog Parks

GUIDELINES RELEASED FOR MELBOURNE’S NEW DOG PARKS New parks for Victorians and their four-legged friends to stretch their legs and enjoy the outdoors are one step closer, with new guidelines for their locations released by the Andrews Labor Government. The guidelines will help councils identify..

ABOLISHING RAMP FEES TO GET MORE VICTORIANS OUT ON THE WATER

The Andrews Labor Government is making it cheaper and easier for more Victorian families to get out on the water by abolishing parking and launching fees at public boat ramps. Boat launching and parking fees in Wyndham City Council’s Werribee River Camp are now free..

Wyndham Schools to Share In $515m Maintenance Blitz

WYNDHAM SCHOOLS TO SHARE IN $515M MAINTENANCE BLITZ Wyndham schools will share in a $515 million in the single largest boost to school maintenance ever undertaken, thanks to an unprecedented investment by the Andrews Labor Government. Member for Werribee Tim Pallas MP said this funding..

School Breakfast Clubs Expansion to Help Wyndham Students Thrive

SCHOOL BREAKFAST CLUBS EXPANSION TO HELP WYNDHAM STUDENTS THRIVE The Victorian Government is making sure students living in Wyndham have the support they need to thrive at school, by investing in providing healthy breakfasts, lunches and school holiday supplies to children who need them. Member..

Helping Wyndham Kids to Stay Safe In The Sun

HELPING WYNDHAM KIDS TO STAY SAFE IN THE SUN Students and other Victorians will be better protected from the sun’s damaging rays thanks to new grants being made available by the Andrews Labor Government. Member for Werribee, Tim Pallas MP announced the latest round of..

Wyndham Communities Benefit From $50 Million

WYNDHAM COMMUNITIES BENEFIT FROM $50 MILLION Wyndham City Council can now apply for funding to fast-track community facility projects, with the opening of the Victorian Government’s 2019-20 Growing Suburbs Fund (GSF). Minister for Local Government Adem Somyurek today announced the opening of the latest funding..

New Name for New School in Wyndham South Revealed

NEW NAME FOR NEW SCHOOL IN WYNDHAM SOUTH REVEALED The name of the new Wyndham South (Riverwalk) Primary school opening in Wyndham South in 2020 has now been chosen, following local community consultation. Member for Werribee, Tim Pallas MP today unveiled that Riverwalk Primary School..

Delivering Support for Wyndham Libraries

DELIVERING SUPPORT FOR WYNDHAM LIBRARIES The Andrews Labor Government is investing in improving public libraries in Wyndham so that local communities continue to have access to quality facilities. Minister for Local Government Adem Somyurek today announced $4.5 million was available as part of the 2019-20..

SMALL BUSINESS BUS BRINGS ADVICE ON WHEELS TO WERRIBEE

Small business operators in the Werribee area will be able to access support and government business services when the Small Business Bus visits on Wednesday, 26 September 2018. The Victorian Government doubled its mobile support for small business in 2015, with a second Small Business..

WYNDHAM GETS A BOOST FOR A HEALTHIER PORT PHILLIP BAY

Member for Werribee, Tim Pallas MP today announced more than $22,000 from round three of the Andrews Labor Government’s Port Phillip Bay Fund (PPBF) grants to support a healthier Port Phillip Bay. The latest round of the Labor Government’s Port Phillip Bay Fund (PPBF) will..

NEW FUNDING TO HELP GROW LOCAL SPORTS CLUBS IN WYDNHAM

Sports clubs in Wyndham can now apply for a share in around $500,000 in VicHealth funding   to get more Victorians active and playing sport. The latest round of VicHealth’s Active Club Grants, which open today, provides funding of up to $3,000 or up to $10,000..

WYNDHAM’S LONGEST-SERVING EDUCATORS RECOGNISED

Wyndham teachers and staff are among more than 400 Victorians being recognised for their commitment and dedication to public education, at a ceremony for Department of Education and Training employees who have reached 40, 45, 50 and 55 years of service in 2019. Minister for..

HELPING MULTICULTURAL COMMUNITIES IN THE WERRIBEE DISTRICT CELEBRATE

More Victorian communities, including the Werribee district will be able to showcase and share their diverse cultures, traditions and food with others, thanks to new funding from the Andrews Labor Government. Minister for Multicultural Affairs Richard Wynne and Member for Werribee Tim Pallas announced more..

BOOST FOR PALLIATIVE CARE IN WERRIBEE

The Andrews Labor Government is giving Werribee’s own Mercy Health a boost to assist them in their care of local patients nearing the end of their lives. Member for Werribee Tim Pallas today announced a $140,610 grant to help the hard-working service in their critical..

HELPING WYNDHAM MANAGE E-WASTE

Wyndham residents can now dispose of their e-waste safely and easily ahead of the e-waste landfill ban starting on 1 July, 2019. The member for Werribee, Tim Pallas, said the e-waste to landfill ban was introduced by the Andrews Labor Government to ensure valuable materials..

CALL FOR COMMUNITY VIEWS ON BUSHFIRE CENTRE PROPOSAL

The Wyndham community is being invited to have their say on a new bushfire museum and education centre to raise awareness of the history, stories and lessons of the 2009 Victorian Bushfires, as well as other significant fires. Member for Werribee Tim Pallas called on..