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The $10 million rebuild of Greensborough College is complete!
Merv Irvine Nursing Home to receive $300,000 in funding
The $25 million redevelopment of the Mill Park Leisure has begun
This year's Diamond Valley Community Sleepout will be held on Saturday 7 July and supports Vinnies' volunteers who help our fellow Victorians
The $10 million construction on Stage 1 of the Greensborough College Upgrade is on track
Welcoming $1.5 million in funding for RMIT and the nurses of the future
A further $2.7 million from the Victorian Government for Bundoora Primary School
Construction has begun on the $162 million expansion at the Northern Hospital
The Level Crossing Removal Authority will begin a 44 day 'construction blitz' on 16 March. Read on for more information.
UPDATE: November 2017 Construction works have now been completed and 101 extra car spaces have been added to Watsonia Station! 25 August 2016 Local commuters will benefit from up to 100 extra car parking spaces at Watsonia station, easing pressure and making it easier..
The Pat Cronin Foundation works to educate and raise awareness in its campaign to end the cowardly 'one-punch' attacks.
After a long campaign, a new pedestrian crossing has been installed at the intersection of Flintoff Street and Grimshaw Street!
The 'Labor in Lycra' team is back. Help us raise funds for the Smith Family to support children in need.
Colin was joined by staff, students, parents and school councillors at Greensborough College to officially turn the first sod.
The health needs of Melbourne’s rapidly growing northern suburbs will soon be much better met, thanks to a major expansion of the Northern Hospital. The Victorian Budget 2017/18 will invest $162.7 million to upgrade the hospital, with an increase in operating theatres and additional beds that will..
Students at Bundoora Primary School will benefit from a new upgrade, thanks to the Andrews Government. The $3,500,000 investment, delivered as part of the Victorian Budget 2017/18, will go towards making sure local kids get the best start in life. Following planning money provided in..
The State Government has approved an $11,000 grant to cover lost income for Diamond Valley Community Support resulting form the floods of December 29.