The Andrews Labor Government will build a new ambulance station in Maribyrnong, giving paramedics the facilities and support they need to quickly respond to local emergencies.
Come along, learn more, and have your say on the Footscray Learning Precinct concept
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Residents in Melbourne’s inner west can have their say on plans for the new Footscray Learning Precinct, which will bring together early childhood, school, university and adult learning facilities.
The Andrews Labor Government has called for Expressions of Interest for the western package of the Outer Suburban Arterial Roads (OSARs) Program – an Australian first, $1.8 billion investment.
Western Distributor Project Gets The Green Light
This Diwali, I Say NO to Family Violence
West Wins Big in 2015 State Budget
The Andrew's Labor Government
Construction giant Hickory Building Systems will expand its manufacturing operations in Melbourne’s west, creating more than a 100 new jobs.
In great news for our community, Labor will commit $15 million to make Footscray the potential home of a preschool-to-postgraduate education precinct.
Join the conversation about the future of Footscray on twitter using the hashtag #imfootscray
5,000 less trucks means quicker travelling time for Victorians.
Take a read of Project 10,000 and Victorian Labor's plan to increase our train network to ease congestion and provide people with viable alternatives.
Labor's proposed transport plan that will bring real results for all of Victoria.
Sign the petition now and tell Denis Napthine and the Liberals to stop neglecting the West.
The Labor funded Gonski school reforms will ensure that our kids have a better future. Schools in Footscray stand to benefit from Federal Labor government’s education grants.
Checking out the progress of Regional Rail Link with team members. Pictured in the background is the new Albert Street railway bridge which has been rebuilt to allow the Regional Rail Link tracks to be constructed.
West Footscray Primary School Harvest Festival
For international Indian students interested in scholarship grants of up to $5000 please consider the 'one off' Diwali in the West Scholarships.
Massive funding cuts to health in Victoria have caused elective surgery performance to fall to levels not seen for nearly a decade.
When Ted Baillieu made the decision to cut $290 million from the TAFE sector, he either didn’t understand or didn’t care how it would impact on Victorians.
The Baillieu Government’s decision to cut free Whooping Cough vaccinations for the parents is about topping up the State coffers by putting newborns at risk.