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  • September 18, 2015 – Russell Northe
    Minister for Employment Jacinta Allan to come to the Latrobe Valley and explain how the Andrews Labor Government will support Lion Australia and its Morwell September 18 2015 Media Releases By Russell Northe Morwell Park Primary left out of modernisation plan The Andrews Labor Government has confirmed today that Morwell Park Primary School will be left out of a major primary schools modernisation plan Member for Morwell Russell Northe said

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  • Morwell Park Primary left out of modernisation plan – Russell Northe
    Nationals Coalition committed 13 million to the Morwell schools redevelopment project which was to bring together Commercial Road Morwell and Tobruk Street Primary Schools on to one site while Morwell Park Primary School was to be redeveloped on its current site Mr Northe said Frustratingly the Andrews Labor Government only allocated 10 45 million in this year s Budget after promising 12 million before they were elected and now the Morwell Park redevelopment has been left out of the plan entirely There are some great education benefits that will come from bringing 450 students from the three schools together at one learning site but we now have some unanswered questions about future investment at Morwell Park Primary This is of great concern to teachers parents and students at Morwell Park Primary School who will be disadvantaged by the scaled back plan that Labor has confirmed today I will continue to advocate for Morwell Park Primary and all schools in the Latrobe Valley to make sure our communities get a fair share of education investment Media contact 5133 9088 Share this post Facebook Twitter Google LinkedIn Related posts Northe stands up for CFA volunteers April 29 2016 Nationals support Telstra Business

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  • Latrobe Valley’s AFL Parade outrage taken to Parliament – Russell Northe
    October 2 Parade Holiday includes Loss of income loss of services to patients Health provider 5 per cent loss of monthly turnover and still having to pay employees for a footy game I m disgusted Eye Care I am disgusted We will close for the day so that we don t have to pay staff higher rates We are also on call for our customers and this will increase costs due to penalty rates Tyre business Cannot afford to open Will have to close for the day Fruiterer Forces me to close on the busiest day of our week a Friday I am a small business owner with 5 staff and I am forced to pay them to have an unnecessary day off Travel agent Direct wages expense of approximately 10 000 for 28 staff no productivity gain Employment agency It will cost me 1 800 in wages for no work return Basically a 1 800 loss Builder As you can tell by the tone of the responses local businesses are extremely angry that Daniel Andrews has completely ignored the impact of his extra holiday on our local business Mr Northe said The Government s own independent analysis shows Daniel Andrews two new public holidays will cost the Victorian economy close to 1 billion but Labor still won t listen to our concerns Mr Northe is still surveying in the Morwell electorate asking people to indicate if they support or oppose the two new public holidays and what impact the holiday will have on local businesses So far 96 9 of respondents say they do not support the Grand Final Parade public holiday Mr Northe said The survey is available from Mr Northe s electorate office at 66 George Street in Morwell Media contact 5133 9088 Share this post Facebook

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  • September 16, 2015 – Russell Northe
    AFL Parade outrage taken to Parliament Latrobe Valley businesses strongly opposed to the Grand Final Parade public holiday have had their concerns aired in Parliament by Member for Morwell Russell Northe Mr Northe told Parliament that businesses and community organisation right across the Morwell electorate were unhappy with the Andrews Government s AFL Grand Final Parade public holiday Local businesses have made September 16 2015 Media Releases By Russell Northe

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  • September 11, 2015 – Russell Northe
    Contact Home About About the Team Services Morwell Electorate Useful Links Grants Parliament Live Stream Hansard Newsroom Media Community Events Achievements Petitions Newsletters Contact Daily Archives September 11 2015 You are here Home 2015 September 11 Traralgon ambulance station receives funding Member for Morwell Russell Northe today announced that local paramedics will benefit from a rebuilt Traralgon Ambulance Station Mr Northe said the funding for Traralgon Ambulance Station would pay

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  • Latrobe Valley groups win community safety grants – Russell Northe
    to identify solutions to local problems and the Community Safety Grants provide funding that makes these solutions a reality Mr Northe said Community groups are the heart of our local communities and are often managed on small budgets by local volunteers so crime and anti social behaviour has a significant impact Community Safety Fund grants for the Morwell electorate are Morwell Baseball Club Inc 10 000 for the installation of security roller doors to prevent break ins Hazelwood Cemetery Trust 9 900 for the installation of security fencing and bollard barriers to deter theft and property damage at the cemetery Anglicare Victoria 2 930 for a 10 week Drumbeat program that aims to divert Aboriginal youth away from antisocial and criminal behaviour using drums and music Cooinda Hill Association 2 280 for the installation of vandal proof external lighting to deter break ins I commend these recipients for their commitment to their organisations and the wider community and I look forward to seeing these projects come to fruition Mr Northe said Media contact 5133 9088 Share this post Facebook Twitter Google LinkedIn Related posts Northe stands up for CFA volunteers April 29 2016 Nationals support Telstra Business Women s Awards

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  • September 9, 2015 – Russell Northe
    About About the Team Services Morwell Electorate Useful Links Grants Parliament Live Stream Hansard Newsroom Media Community Events Achievements Petitions Newsletters Contact Daily Archives September 9 2015 You are here Home 2015 September 09 Latrobe Valley groups win community safety grants Four Latrobe Valley groups will improve their own safety and security after receiving grants from the 2015 16 Community Safety Fund Member for Morwell Russell Northe said Morwell Baseball

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  • GIPPSLAND WOMEN ENCOURAGED TO NOMINATE FOR RURAL WOMEN’S AWARD – Russell Northe
    s Award Member for Morwell Russell Northe said the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation RIRDIC Rural Women s Award supported women both financially and professionally This award will assist rural women in leadership roles to enhance their industry and grow their leadership capacity Mr Northe said The award identifies and supports emerging female leaders who have the desire commitment and leadership potential to make a greater contribution to primary industries and rural communities It creates opportunities for women to drive innovation and acknowledges women s leadership skills in effecting change and influence through connecting and collaborating often without the need for position or authority Member for Eastern Victoria Region Melina Bath said the winner of the award would receive a 10 000 bursary to implement their project vision and participate in the RIRDC Australian Institute of Company Directors Course The award also links recipients with a positive and powerful alumni network of like minded women across the country and is open to all women involved in primary industries and or rural Australia Ms Bath said I encourage women in Gippsland who are passionate about primary industries and have a vision for rural Victoria to apply for the award or nominate somebody who they think would be worthy of this award she said Nominations for the 2016 Rural Women s Award are open until October 30 2015 Nomination forms are available at the RIRDC Rural Women s Award website www rirdc gov au Media contact 5133 9088 Share this post Facebook Twitter Google LinkedIn Related posts Northe stands up for CFA volunteers April 29 2016 Nationals support Telstra Business Women s Awards April 28 2016 Budget a disappointment for Latrobe Valley April 27 2016 Upcoming Community Events Latrobe City Calendar of Events May 2016 April 28 2016 Got a story

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