Dreyfus celebrates Schools Tree Day in Mentone

Federal Member for Isaacs Mark Dreyfus has celebrated Schools Tree Day by planting a tree with students at Mentone Primary School.

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Citizenship forum to hear concerns of Greater Dandenong community

Greater Dandenong Labor MPs Mark Dreyfus, Clare O’Neil and Julian Hill have organised a community forum to discuss the Turnbull government’s unfair plan to change the requirements for applying for Australian citizenship.

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Stronger Communities Program open for Round Three - Kingston

The first two rounds of this program delivered some fantastic projects for the Kingston community.

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Stronger Communities Program open for Round Three - Frankston

The first two rounds of this program delivered some fantastic projects for the Frankston community.

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Stronger Communities Program open for Round Three - Greater Dandenong

The first two rounds of this program delivered some fantastic projects for the Greater Dandenong community.

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Greater Dandenong celebrates Refugee Week 2017

Refugee Week 2017 is an opportunity to celebrate those refugees in Greater Dandenong who are building a better life in Australia and are contributing to our wonderfully diverse community.

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Local Catholic schools set for fee hike under Turnbull

Member for Isaacs Mark Dreyfus today joined St Patrick’s Parish Primary School principal Tim Noonan in Mentone to learn about how Turnbull’s cuts to local Catholic schools will hurt families in Melbourne’s South-East.

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Dutton sells out Dandenong

Member for Isaacs Mark Dreyfus and Member for Bruce Julian Hill have slammed the Turnbull Government for its decision to shut the doors at the Dandenong Department of Immigration office.

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Labor listens to Frankston

Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten and Member for Isaacs Mark Dreyfus held a Town Hall Forum and Q&A at the Mechanics Institute in Frankston on Saturday, with well over 200 local residents turning up.

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Turnbull's university cuts hurt local students

Tuesday’s Budget confirmed the worst for students in Melbourne’s South-East, with Malcolm Turnbull jacking up student fees and cutting $3.8 billion in funding from universities to pay for a big business tax cut.

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