Author Archives: Temp Worker

Refurbishing kindergartens in Western Victoria

Media Release – Monday, 24th April, 2017.
The Andrews Government is refurbishing kindergartens and improving IT capabilities for the kindergartens of the future in Western Victoria.
Labor MP for Western Victoria, Jaala Pulford, said applications have opened for the 2017-18 Children’s Facilities […]

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For the writers, the readers and the political enthusiasts…

Media Release – 24 Apr 2017
If you’ve got a memoir (or a garden) struggling to find structure, or a way to expand your child’s world view through a love a reading, or perhaps you’re just looking for a satisfying conversation to […]

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BAD Ride raises funds for Ballarat Hospice Care

Media Release – Monday, April 24, 2017
Funds raised from the 2017 Ballarat Autumn Day (BAD) Ride will help benefit Ballarat Hospice Care.
The 28th annual event will be held on May 7, with two rides available – a 50 kilometre and 107 […]

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More support for new parents and their children in Western Victoria

Media Release – Monday, 24th April, 2017.
New parents and their babies in Western Victoria are about to receive additional support under an expansion of the Maternal Child Health Service.
The Labor Member for Western Victoria, Jaala Pulford, today announced that 37,000 Victorian […]

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Headspace at Bendigo’s Groovin the Moo 2017

Media Release – Monday 24 April, 2017
Thanks to REST Industry Super, headspace is excited to bring the headspace helpdesk back to Groovin the Moo for everyone’s festival needs this year.
Since 2006, headspace has helped thousands of young Australians and again this […]

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Australian Composer Calvin Bowman seeks community support for recording project

Media Release – Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Calvin Bowman has been recognised as one of Australia’s finest musicians and composers.
Dr Bowman went to school at Ballarat Grammar, studied at the University of Melbourne and was the first Australian to graduate with a […]

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Blind students in the West get new specialist classes at Bacchus Marsh Grammar

Bacchus Marsh Grammar and Insight Education Centre join forces to offer classes for Blind and Vision Impaired students from the Western region
Students who are blind and vision impaired in the western region of Melbourne and beyond, will now have access […]

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Hitting the right note in Western Victoria

Media Release – Monday, 24th April, 2017
More Victorian students will get the opportunity to learn a musical instrument, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
Member for Western Victoria, Jaala Pulford, today announced that round two of the $400,000 Musical Instruments Grants […]

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Protecting Victoria’s biodiversity for future generations

Media Release – Monday, 10th April, 2017.
Labor Member for Western Victoria, Jaala Pulford, has today welcomed the release of a long term strategy to protect Victoria’s environment.
Protecting Victoria’s Environment – Biodiversity 2037 is a new plan which uses latest scientific […]

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RACV wants ‘zero’ Easter road fatalities again this year

In a bid to maintain last year’s record of zero people killed on Victorian roads over Easter, RACV is urging Victorians to take care on the roads with simple steps to help ensure you enjoy your trip and make it […]

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