A Shorten Labor Government will commit $7 million to a new cycling path along the duplicated rail line from Greensborough to Montmorency. The new path will connect with the existing trail network including the Diamond Creek Trail. This investment is part of Federal Labor’s recently announced $260 million National Bike
Residents in Melbourne’s North east will benefit from affordable access to life-saving medical scans under a Shorten Labor Government. Labor will deliver a Medicare-funded MRI licence to Austin Heidelberg Repat Hospital so locals can get the scans they need close to home without being hit with high out-of-pocket costs. This
A Shorten Labor Government would invest $2.5 million towards upgrades supporting community and female football participation at Heidelberg United Football Club’s home ground, Olympic Park. Heidelberg United is proud to have developed 15 Australian representatives and to be an advocate of female football, having first established a women’s team in
A Shorten Labor Government will deliver $4 million in funding to complete the Diamond Creek Trail. The project is Nillumbik Shire Council’s highest infrastructure priority, and has been pursued for over 20 years. It has strong community support, with more than a dozen community and sports groups throwing their weight
A Federal Labor Government will make sure Aussie kids have access to swimming and water safety lessons in primary school. Whether it’s at the beach, the river or the backyard pool – enjoying the water is part of Australian life. Aussies love swimming, but too many young people are growing
Federal Labor has outlined our plan to fix the Liberals’ energy crisis and deliver more renewable energy and cheaper power for Australians.
Labor’s plan will be good for households, good for the economy and good for the environment.
A Federal Labor Government will introduce a new two year National Preschool and Kindy Program – the biggest ever investment in early childhood education in Australia. From 2021, every three year old in Jagajaga will be able to access 15 hours of subsidised early childhood education, so they can get