Cindy McLeish (incumbent MLA, Liberal Party) has announced an elected Liberal Government will make sure families and carers have access to respite services – no matter where they live.
Victorian Liberal Member (MLA) for Eildon, Cindy McLeish, has announced an elected Liberal Government will establish a $10 million fund to support disability social enterprises to start-up and expand, helping Victorians with a disability to gain meaningful work and build self-confidence and self-esteem.
State Liberal Member for Eildon Cindy McLeish has announced recreational fishers and boaters will benefit from an enhanced fish stocking program and better access to Victorian fisheries, under a Liberal Nationals Government.
Incumbent Member for Eildon, Cindy McLeish last week announced a Liberal-National Coalition State Government – if elected on 24 November – will establish a $2 million Returned Services’ League (RSL) Building Maintenance Fund to offer grants of up to $30,000 to support the RSL and other ex-service organisations.
As seen in the seat of Wentworth, where Kerryn Phelps nudged out 117 years worth of Liberal domination, Independents from across the country are rising up on a tide of public opinion – which is calling for progressive change.
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Last Thursday, October 18 the Minister for Sport, John Eren announced a re-elected Andrews Labor Government would deliver $8 million towards upgrading the Diamond Valley Sports and Fitness Centre.
The Andrews Labor Government is ‘putting local jobs first’ with the $131 million Yan Yean Road Upgrade Project being delivered by local workers and businesses using local materials.
In the lead up to the 2018 state election on November 24, pork barrelling by both major parties continues with sitting member for Eildon, Cindy McLeish this week announcing $300,000 to help Alexandra Football Netball Club redevelop the Alexandra Showgrounds and Recreation Reserve.
The Labor Government’s local jobs policies tonight became law with the Victorian Industry Participation Policy (Local Jobs First) Amendment Bill passing State Parliament.