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Archives for November, 2019

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NEW VICHEALTH FUNDING TO GROW COMMUNITY SPORT IN WERRIBEE

The Victorian Health Promotion Foundation (VicHealth) has announced around $500,000 in new funding to support sports clubs across Werribee to create new opportunities to get less active Victorians playing sport and improve their health. VicHealth’s Active Club Grants, which open today, provide funding of up..

WYNDHAM COMMUNITY GIVEN CHANCE TO NAME LOCAL BRIDGES

A bridge in the City of Wyndham has been named to help emergency services find it quickly and easily. The Tarneit Road bridge over the rail line near Tarneit Station has officially been named John Sweeting Bridge, after John Sweeting who lived in the Werribee..

GETTING READY FOR THREE-YEAR-OLD KINDER IN WERRIBEE

The biggest reform of early childhood education is now closer, as the Andrews Labor Government gets on with supporting new teachers as part of the landmark roll-out of funded Three-Year-Old Kinder. Member for Werribee Tim Pallas today welcomed a $9.2 million package to support early..

WERRIBEE COMMUNITY TO WIN THROUGH SPORTS GRANTS

The Andrews Labor Government is providing greater opportunities for more people to get active more often with the announcement today of a new $22 million Local Sports Infrastructure Fund. Minister for Tourism, Sport and Major Events Martin Pakula today announced that applications for the fund’s..

GETTING ON WITH REMOVING THE CHERRY STREET LEVEL CROSSING

Work to remove the Cherry Street level crossing in Werribee will soon get underway to improve safety, reduce congestion and transform local connections. Member for Werribee Tim Pallas today confirmed the design of a new road bridge to remove the Cherry Street level crossing, to..