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A new Victorian Coalition Government skills initiative will help Bendigo capitalise on employment opportunities in growing industries, Minister for Higher Education and Skills Nick Wakeling announced today.
Liberal candidate for Bendigo West Michael Langdon and candidate for Bendigo East Greg Bickley are calling for more funding to support Kalianna Special Development School.
Tennis and netball at Harry Trott Oval will benefit from a $100,000 Victorian Government funding boost for resurfacing of courts and lighting announced today by Minister for Sport and Recreation, Damian Drum.
Dr Napthine said Mr Bickley had campaigned tirelessly for this commitment, noting that many community members have concerns about the safety of this intersection and agree that action needs to be taken before a fatality occurs.
The Napthine Government will work with more than 980 local sporting clubs in regional Victoria to deal with illicit drug problems, including the use of ice.
The new Epsom railway station will open on Sunday 12 October with a community ‘sneak peek’ celebration on Saturday 11 October, Minister for Public Transport Terry Mulder announced today.
Bendigo residents are being urged to get behind local small businesses for Support Small Business Day on Saturday 4 October and celebrate the big contribution that small businesses make to the economy and to our local communities.
Liberal Candidate for Bendigo East, Mr Bickley welcomed funding for Eaglehawk Secondary College and Eppalock Primary School and said they were among more than 200 Victorian schools who has received $10,000 in the latest round of the Napthine Government’s 2014 Energy Efficiency Program.
The Napthine Government is taking decisive action and sending a clear message to parents that it is never okay to leave a child unattended in a car.
First aid training for Year 9 students will be introduced into all Victorian secondary schools under a re-elected Coalition Government, Premier Denis Napthine said today.