MORE OPEN SPACE FOR FAMILIES AND THEIR PUPS IN MICKLEHAM

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MORE OPEN SPACE FOR FAMILIES AND THEIR PUPS IN MICKLEHAM

Mickleham residents and their fury friends can now enjoy a fenced dog park thanks to funding from the Andrews Labor Government. Member for Yuroke, Ros Spence MP and the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio MP recently had the opportunity to visit..

OVER $22 MILLION TO EXPAND LOCAL SCHOOLS WITH FIVE MORE ON THE WAY

The Victorian Budget 2022/23 provides $11.20 million each to Aitken Hill Primary School and Gaayip-Yagila Primary School to expand their permanent capacity by 300 places and to reduce the need for temporary, relocatable facilities, so more kids in our growing community can learn at these wonderful local schools.

ONE YEAR ON: HUGE PROGRESS ON MENTAL HEALTH REFORM

The Labor Government today also announced the locations for the next 21 Local Adult and Older Adult Mental Health and Wellbeing Services, with a service to open in Craigieburn – a brand-new model of care that will see Victorians get the mental health support they need, as soon as they need it, close to home.

Kalkallo North Integrated Child, Family and Community Centre

The Andrews Labor Government will upgrade and improve kindergartens across Victoria under the rollout of the latest round of the Building Blocks grant program. Member for Yuroke, Ros Spence MP today announced $3 million to help deliver the Kalkallo North Integrated Child, Family and Community Centre in..

YUROKE YOUTH ADVISORY COUNCIL – APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN

Nominations for this years Yuroke Youth Advisory Council (YAC) are now open. Young people across our community aged between 14 to 21 are encouraged to apply for the voluntary council which will meet on the second Tuesday of every month after school hours. State member for..

BRAND NEW SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS IN MELBOURNE’S NORTH WEST

The school year is well underway, and students in Greenvale are settling into their brand new school – part of the Andrews Labor Government’s work to deliver a great education for families in Victoria’s fastest-growing areas.

NEW PRIMARY SCHOOL OPENS FOR KALKALLO STUDENTS

Kalkallo students are starting the year in a brand-new primary school, as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s work to deliver a great education for families in Victoria’s fastest-growing areas.

A BETTER BUS NETWORK FOR CRAIGIEBURN & MICKLEHAM

A revamped bus network across Craigieburn and Mickleham will provide better access, coverage and more convenient services for locals with one of the biggest-ever improvements to public transport access in Melbourne’s outer north.

GROWING KINDERGARTENS FOR GROWING COMMUNITIE

Member for Yuroke Ros Spence today announced that Merrifield South Integrated Child, Family and Community Centre in Mickleham will receive $2 million from the Labor Government’s Building Blocks Capacity Grants program to help build a new early childhood service.

NEW RESERVE PROTECTS CRITICALLY ENDANGERED BIODIVERSITY

Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio officially opened the Banda Bail Reserve in Mickleham today, which will be managed by Hume City Council and Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung Aboriginal Corporation.

A BIG BOOST FOR INCLUSION IN YUROKE

Member for Yuroke Ros Spence today announced Aitken Hill Primary School in Yuroke will share in more than $6.6 million through Round 7 of the Inclusive Schools Fund.

MORE OUTSIDE SCHOOL HOURS CARE OPTIONS IN YUROKE

Member for Yuroke Ros Spence today announced Gilgai Plains Primary School in Yuroke is among 145 school sites across the state to share in almost $10.7 million to establish a new outside school hours care service at their school from the beginning of 2022.

RENTAL REBATES TO HELP KEEP HOMES COMFY AND HEALTHY

Member for Yuroke Ros Spence today announced that rental properties are now eligible for a $1000 rebate to replace old inefficient wood and gas heaters as part of the Home Heating and Cooling Upgrades Program.

MORE SUPPORT FOR STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING

Member for Yuroke Ros Spence today revealed the interim menu of resources and initiatives to be available to government schools in Yuroke as part of the $200 million Fund, designed to better support students’ mental health.