Thank you to all the residents who participated in the 'Cleaner Streets for Moreland' survey earlier this year. Results show that residents are predominantly proud of their community, but their reasonable expectations about local amenity are not being met.
LABOR has promised $600,000 for Brunswick West and Coburg sporting grounds if the party wins the state election.
Brunswick residents unhappy with footpaths
Brunswick Secondary College to get $10 million
Brunswick Resident's Network raises traffic concerns.
Labor will deliver 24-hour public transport
Sign the petition and make sure these planning changes are good for Brunswick
Victorian Labor's plan for 10,000 jobs and world class public transport
The fights in Melbourne have required millions of dollars that could have been spent taking on the conservatives.
Save Moreland's Bluestone Laneways campaign success
Campaign to save bluestone laneways succeeds
MORELAND Primary School students have been transformed into mini-personal trainers through a unique initiative helping the community get into shape. Year 5 and 6 students have put family members through their paces each morning at the Moreland Rd school as part of their Fit 4..
Why I am opposed to the construction of this tunnel
Moreland unemployment rate defies the odds with steady drop
''It is values and engagement, rather than factionalism and side deals, that attracts people, particularly young people, to become members and leaders of the ALP"
Jane Garrett LABOR Party members and supporters across the country are gravely concerned about the future of progressive politics in this country. We are also, quite frankly, fed up with the behaviour, intransigence and hypocrisy of the Greens party. We are fed up with the..
Jane's outreach assists food bank
Calls for cleanup of CFA's Fiskville training college