MORE SUPPORT FOR YOUNG PEOPLE IN SWAN HILL REGION

A new program to support vulnerable young people in Swan Hill has received funding, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s $2.5 million boost to the successful Empower Youth program. Minister for Youth Affairs Jenny Mikakos today announced Swan Hill Rural City Council would receive support to deliver their Engage, Empower, Enable project. This project will…

HELPING VICTORIAN CHILDREN START SCHOOL ON TRACK

Kindergarten children in Northern Victoria will be among the first to benefit from the Andrews Labor Government’s Australian-first school readiness funding next year, helping them get the most out of kinder and ensuring they start school on track. Minister for Early Childhood Education Jenny Mikakos and Member for Northern Victoria, Mark Gepp MP have announced…

CRIME CONTINUES TO FALL IN SHEPPARTON

Crime has fallen again for Shepparton following the Andrew Labor Government’s record community safety investment. Member for Northern Victoria Mark Gepp today welcomed the latest statistics from the independent Crime Statistics Agency (CSA) but also said more work needs to be done to continue to drive crime down further. The crime rate in Shepparton fell…

ANDREWS GOVERNMENT KICKS IN FOR SHEPPARTON SPORT

Greater Shepparton sports clubs will soon be enjoying modern sports facilities thanks to a funding boost from the Andrews Labor Government. Member for Northern Victoria, Mark Gepp today announced that the Greater Shepparton City Council are among the many grant recipients in the new round of the Labor Government’s $180 million Community Sports Infrastructure Fund.…

TATURA PRIMARY LEADS ON SUSTAINABILITY

The Member for Northern Victoria, Mark Gepp has congratulated Tatura Primary School for reducing its environmental impact through the Victorian Government’s ResourceSmart Schools program. Over the past three years participating schools have saved an estimated $12 million through energy, waste and water savings. ResourceSmart Schools currently reaches more than 600 schools who have an estimated…