Two local sports groups in Yuroke have been awarded with funding from VicHealth’s Active Club Grants to get local residents moving in new fun, flexible and social ways.
Students in Melbourne’s outer north will receive free eye testing and glasses at school in a Victorian-first.
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting grassroots sports clubs in Yuroke to attract more members and promote healthy and active lifestyles.
Banners are now being displayed outside the Craigieburn Leisure Centre as part of the Yuroke Youth Advisory Council’s campaign against violence in our community.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping the State Library Victoria provide important IT services and support to kindergartens in Melbourne’s outer north.
Students at schools in Craigieburn, Roxburgh Park and Mickleham will soon have better facilities, thanks to a significant boost in school maintenance funding.
From today, residents in Greenvale and Greenvale North will benefit from the introduction of a new bus service.
Craigieburn Secondary College students will soon have regular access to a doctor and the healthcare they need at school, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s Doctors in Secondary Schools Program.
Applications for 2017 National Youth Week grants have officially opened for local councils, community organisations and schools in Melbourne’s outer north, Member for Yuroke Ros Spence announced today.
Yuroke students most in need are getting extra support at school to achieve their best and break the cycle of disadvantage, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s record boost to equity funding.
A free nursing service is now available every night at Craigieburn’s Supercare Pharmacy, for face-to-face health advice and treatment for minor illnesses and injuries.
Residents in Greenvale and Greenvale North will soon benefit from the introduction of a new bus service.
The new Splash Aqua Park and Leisure Centre in Craigieburn has reached the halfway mark of construction.
Nominations for the 2017 Victorian Young Achiever Awards have officially opened. The awards recognise young people who have made a real difference to their communities.
Small business operators in the Craigieburn area can access free mentoring, support and government business services when the Small Business Bus visits this month.
The Yuroke Youth Advisory Council, formed and chaired by local Member for Yuroke Ros Spence MP, will this year focus on issues of violence in Melbourne’s outer north, including family violence.
People in Yuroke have a chance to shape how new historic laws will be implemented to give people greater powers to set directives about their future medical treatment, including end-of-life preferences and wishes.
Yuroke sports clubs will be able open their doors to more members with funding from the Andrews Labor Government to buy new equipment and help coaches and officials learn new skills.