Happy Lunar New Year! It was a pleasure to be at the 26th annual Springvale Lunar New Year Festival on the weekend.
Noble Park's new station & elevated rail opened this morning, and I joined the Premier and the Minister for Public Transport to take on of the first rides.
Local food manufacturer and distributor Chef's Pantry is ramping up production and hiring 12 new staff, thanks to a grant from the Andrews Labor Government.
I was pleased to join Premier Daniel Andrews to announce the exciting news that our local level crossings will soon be history.
Today I announced a $513,000 contribution from the Community Sport Infrastructure Fund towards new public recreation spaces and sporting facilities at the Springvale Community Precinct.
I recently sent out a newsletter containing an update on 28 local projects the Andrews Labor Government is delivering in our area.
We’re working to improve traffic flow and reduce bottlenecks at the congested Hutton, Governor and Springvale Road intersection.
The new $250 million Monash Children’s Hospital opened in March. The Andrews Labor Government is also investing in an emergency department at Monash Medical Centre and a new 24-hour pharmacy in Parkmore Shopping Centre.
I recently received an update on the progress of the magnificent new pavilion being built at Tatterson Park in Keysborough.
The new Route 709 bus is already a big success.
We’re delivering on our commitment to make Victoria the Education State, including right here in our community.
Springvale Library will be transformed with a $750,000 grant from the Andrews Labor Government.
If you’ve been to Noble Park Station or travelled into the city on the Cranbourne/Pakenham line recently, you can already see some of the major works underway to remove the level crossings in Noble Park.
The Andrews Labor Government has committed $300 million in this year’s 2017/18 Victorian Budget to build a 9 kilometre road between Springvale Road in Aspendale Gardens and the Dingley Bypass.
Students at fantastic local schools here in Keysborough, Noble Park and Springvale are already taking part in the Andrews Government's School Breakfast Clubs program which helps students reach their full potential.
Keysborough College Acacia Campus students will soon have regular access to a doctor at school, with the school chosen to be one of 100 taking part in the Andrews Government’s new Doctors in Secondary Schools program.
The Andrews Government has recently announced a $35 million funding boost for new CFA facilities across the state.
Recently I visited Noble Park English Language School to meet some of their talented students.