Public housing tenants in Richmond will be better protected from fire emergencies, thanks to a new safety blitz announced by the Andrews Labor Government.
Applications are now open for the Victorian Government’s game changing $220,000 women in sport leadership scholarships.
Victoria Park in Abbotsford will be upgraded as part of the biggest investment in women’s and community sport in the state’s history. Member for Richmond Richard Wynne announced today that the Andrews Labor Government will invest $2 million to upgrade facilities for women’s footy at..
Melbourne’s Australian Centre for the Moving Image will be transformed to become one of the world’s leading museums for screen culture – attracting more visitors, creating jobs and inspiring creative talent. Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley today announced the Andrews Labor Government will provide..
Young people from the Electorate of Richmond will be celebrated and recognised during the inaugural Victorian Youth Week in April, with more than 100 activities running across the state.
The Andrews Labor Government has given the green light to an exciting new project set to drive Melbourne’s status as a world leader for education and innovation.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping Richmond kindergartens expand and refurbish their centres and giving them access to the latest technology.
The Andrews Labor Government is building safe, modern facilities for Richmond netballers at Ryan’s Reserve.
The Andrews Labor Government is giving the much-loved Collingwood All-Stars Basketball Club the state-of-the-art facilities that they deserve.
The Andrews Labor Government is taking urgent action to protect the future of Fishermans Bend from a swathe of inappropriate developments – a legacy left by former Planning Minister Matthew Guy.
Families in Melbourne’s inner north are set to benefit from better classrooms and a new covered sports area thanks to a major refurbishment of Abbotsford Primary School.
The Andrews Labor Government is protecting Victoria’s culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities from gambling harm by funding new targeted prevention projects.
The Andrews Labor Government is making it safer and easier to get to the much loved Abbotsford Convent.