Aspendale Lifesaving Club rides wave of success

The Aspendale Lifesaving Club’s summer season has begun swimmingly after it was awarded a $5,000 federal grant through the Stronger Communities Program to buy new nippers boards. The grant was approved by the Department of Business following endorsement by Member for Isaacs Mark Dreyfus.

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Kingston Hawthorn Cricket Club soars with grant

Kingston Hawthorn Cricket Club has been awarded a $9,100 federal grant through the Stronger Communities Program after its grant application to build a new storage shed was endorsed by Member for Isaacs Mark Dreyfus and approved by the Department of Business.

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Kingswood Golf Course development proposal gets what it deserves

Member for Isaacs, Mark Dreyfus has thanked City of Kingston councillors who voted unanimously to abandon Planning Scheme Amendment C151 which could have allowed the development of around 800 residential dwellings on the Kingswood Golf Course in Dingley Village.

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Building a stronger Isaacs community

Federal Member for Isaacs Mark Dreyfus has recommended a total of $150,000 in grants for local community groups in the latest round of the Stronger Communities Program.

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Scomo, fix our slomo broadband

If there’s anything as dysfunctional as the Abbott-Turnbull-Morrison government, it would have to be its National Broadband Network.

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End the dysfunction - call an election Mr Morrison

The Liberal Party’s civil war, which has been on full display in Canberra this week, has let down millions of Australians.

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Turnbull's Barrier Reef Foundation funding another insult to CSIRO

Malcolm Turnbull’s decision to give $443 million of taxpayers’ money to the Barrier Reef Foundation, an organisation that didn’t ask for it, has just six staff and includes figures with strong links to the fossil fuel industry, is a blow to the CSIRO and its long history of great work in combatting climate change.

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Mark Dreyfus welcomes Cheltenham, Dingley Village, Heatherton, Highett and Moorabbin to Isaacs

The Australian Electoral Commission has completed its seven-yearly redistribution of electoral boundaries and made significant changes to the Isaacs electorate.

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Labor to scrap fees for 100,000 TAFE students while Turnbull offers nothing but cuts

A Shorten Labor Government will scrap upfront fees for 100,000 TAFE students.

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Labor will scrap upfront fees for 100,000 TAFE students

Many trades face skills shortages – from carpenters to bricklayers to bakers to pastry cooks. But despite high unemployment in some areas, many workers can’t learn the skills that industries are crying out for.

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