MURRAY COD FISHING SEASON OPENS THIS FRIDAY

Thousands of keen freshwater anglers are eagerly awaiting the season opening for Murray cod this Friday the 1st of December. Victorian Fisheries Authority (VFA) CEO Travis Dowling said angling for the iconic native fish, which can grow to more than a metre, continued to gain popularity given the species’ sportfishing traits and its fine eating…

MAJOR SCHOOL UPGRADE FOR TATURA PRIMARY SCHOOL

The Andrews Labor Government will invest $2.4 million at Tatura Primary School. Member for Northern Victoria, Mark Gepp has announced that the Tatura Primary School will receive the funding as part of the Labor Government’s program to remove asbestos from old school buildings and replace them with brand new buildings. Mr Gepp said, “I can’t…

2017 Victorian Sports Awards

Nominations are now open for the 2017 Victorian Sport Awards. Member for Northern Victoria, Mark Gepp has encouraged communities to nominate stand-out coaches, sportspeople and teams for the Victorian Sports Awards. Mr Gepp said, “If you know someone from your sporting community who is an unsung champion, now is the time to nominate them for…

FUNDING BOOST FOR NORTH CENTRAL LANDCARE GROUPS

North Central environment groups have received more than $200,000 in funding as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s $1.93 million Landcare Grants program. Funding is distributed through the North Central Catchment Management Authority, which supports local Landcare groups to carry out environmental projects to improve regional waterway and land health. Announcing the grants, Member for…

MAKING RED CLIFFS PRIMARY SCHOOL MORE INCLUSIVE

The Andrews Labor Government is helping make Red Cliffs Primary School more inclusive for local students and families. Member for Northern Victoria, Mark Gepp today announced that the Red Cliffs Primary School will receive $128,000 under the $20 million Inclusive Schools Fund. The funding boost will go towards an ‘inclusive play garden’ that will allow…

CONTRACT AWARDED FOR BUILDER

CONSTRUCTION ABOUT TO START ON REDCLIFFS SECONDARY COLLEGE UPGRADE Students at Red Cliffs Secondary College are a step closer to having the facilities they deserve, with construction on a $7 million upgrade and modernisation project. Contractors for the project were announced recently. Asbestos removal from the site was undertaken during the last school holidays and…