Federal Member for Ballarat, Catherine King, has today visited the recently completed Newlyn Cricket Nets, made possible by Australian Government funding, through the Local Roads and Community Infrastructure (LRCI) Program. The total project cost was $140,000, with LRCI funding contributing $81,766 and the Hepburn Shire Council funding the balance. “I am delighted to see the
LOCAL TRAINEES AND APPRENTICES THE ONLY ANSWER TO BALLARAT’S SKILL SHORTAGES The government’s most recent data confirms that under the Morrison-Joyce Government, there are 70,000 fewer trainees and apprentices across Australia than when Labor was last in government. Cruelly, the electorate of Ballarat is not immune to the government’s neglect, with there being hundreds fewer
Federal Member for Ballarat, Catherine King has welcomed today’s announcement that Maude Recreation Reserve and Bunjil Lookout have been connected to the town’s reticulated water supply. “This is a great initiative led by Golden Plains Shire Council. “Reliable town water will make a real difference to tourists accessing the camping area as well as locals
An Albanese Labor Government will invest $4.5 million to rebuild the Sebastopol Senior Citizens centre and deliver a new Sebastopol Community Hub. Sebastopol’s Vickers Street Precinct is the heart of this community, including the Mens Shed, Ballarat Community Health, girl guides, early years learning, senior citizens, St George’s Reserve, Karen Overington playground and splash park. One of the last pieces of this puzzle is redeveloping the aging Senior Citizens