Electorate Press Releases

 

Entries for February 2013

South Eastern youth encouraged to get Involved

25 February, 2013
Member for South Eastern Metropolitan Region Gordon Rich-Phillips has invited local young people aged 12-25 years to apply to join the Victorian Coalition Gover... Read more

More School Crossing Supervisors for Frankston

22 February, 2013
Minister for Roads Terry Mulder together with local members Geoff Shaw and Donna Bauer, announced there will be three extra school crossing supervisor subsidies... Read more

Final bridge opens on the Peninsula Link Trail

22 February, 2013
Riders, runners and walkers in the south-east of Melbourne have today welcomed the opening of the Peninsula Link Trail’s final pedestrian and cycling bridge. M... Read more

Victorian councils also ripped off by Federal Labor

21 February, 2013
Following its hospital funding back flip, the Federal Labor Government must now restore the $24 million slashed from the budgets of Victoria’s councils this yea... Read more

Travelling con men targeting Bayside and south eastern suburbs

15 February, 2013
Householders are warned that travelling con men are on the move around the south eastern suburbs. In the latest report to Consumer Affairs Victoria, two travel... Read more

New noise protection laws kick in

14 February, 2013
Residents who are plagued by excessive household noise will now have greater reprieve from their noisy neighbours, as new laws take effect this week. The new ... Read more

Languages assistants for Narre Warren North schools

08 February, 2013
Narre Warren North students are among the thousands of Victorian young people who will learn a language alongside native speakers in 2013. Education Minister... Read more

New Primary Welfare Officers for Dandenong District Schools

06 February, 2013
Member for South-Eastern Metropolitan Region Gordon Rich-Phillips has welcomed the announcement that 90 primary schools across Victoria will for the first time ... Read more

Federal Court proceedings regarding union disruptions

05 February, 2013
The Victorian Coalition Government yesterday commenced proceedings in the Federal Court seeking an interlocutory injunction against industrial action planned by... Read more