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CRIME PREVENTION BOOST A WIN FOR OUR LOCAL COMMUNITY

Community safety is set to be improved after the Andrews Labor Government provided a $9,500 grant for CoDesign Studio to fund the Brunswick Bluestone Laneways Revitalisation Project. Member for Brunswick Jane Garrett today congratulated CoDesign Studio for their hard work to make Brunswick a safer..

‘MUSIC WORKS’ – NEW GRANTS FOR VICTORIA’S MUSIC INDUSTRY

The Andrews Labor Government has delivered a boost to Victoria’s contemporary music industry with the announcement of Music Works Grants, a new Creative Victoria program to support musicians, music managers and industry organisations to create, develop and showcase Victorian contemporary music. Brunswick MP Jane Garrett..

RECOGNISING BRUNSWICK’S LONG-SERVING TEACHERS

Teachers from Brunswick were among hundreds from across Victoria recognised today for long-serving dedication to students and families, at the Recognition of Service to Victorian Education awards.   Member for Brunswick, Jane Garrett MP congratulated those being honoured for 40, 45 and 50 years of..

CALL TO HONOUR INSPIRING SENIORS IN BRUNSWICK

The 2016 Victorian Senior of the Year Awards will feature a new award to celebrate and honour the outstanding work that organisations and business are doing to create age-friendly communities. Member for Brunswick, Jane Garrett MP, today encouraged people in Brunswick to nominate older volunteers..

LABOR TO FUND GROUND UPGRADE AT DUNSTAN RESERVE

An Andrews Labor Government will upgrade sports facilities at Dunstan Reserve in Brunswick West. Member for Brunswick, Jane Garrett, today announced the news to local club members at the ground. Victorian Labor’s $200,000 commitment for Dunstan Reserve will enable the lengthening of the northern pitch,..

MEDIA RELEASE – PARENTS TELL BAILLIEU: NO MORE CUTS TO EDUCATION

As schools resume for 2013, the State Opposition is ramping up the pressure on the Baillieu Government over its cuts to education inVictoria.

State Member for Brunswick Jane Garrett said parents sending their children back to school were feeling the impact of two years of savage cuts to education in Victoria.