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  • Members statement – Anzac Day – 7 May – Russell Northe
    This Anzac day was of special significance for Australians as it marked the Anzac centenary 100 years since the landing at Gallipoli in World War I From a local perspective I pay tribute to my local RSL clubs for their ongoing efforts in educating our younger generations in particular on what the Anzac spirit means along with hosting local Anzac Day services Along with thousands of local residents I was able to attend a number of services during the day I wish to commend Traralgon RSL president Maurie Harrison Morwell RSL president Bruce Jeffrey Yallourn Newborough RSL president Troy Hutson and their respective committees for conducting such moving ceremonies In addition I congratulate Brett Roberts from Tyers Roz Carstairs from for Boolarra and their respective organising committees for their hosting of wonderful Anzac Day services Share this post Facebook Twitter Google LinkedIn Related posts Morwell electorate funding Tuesday 12 April 2016 April 13 2016 Members Statement Country Fire Authority district 27 Tuesday 22 March 2016 March 30 2016 Members Statement V Line services Tuesday 23 February 2016 March 4 2016 Upcoming Community Events Latrobe City Calendar of Events May 2016 April 28 2016 Got a story Tell Russell Your confidentiality

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  • May 7, 2015 – Russell Northe
    mateship and sacrifice This Anzac day was of special significance for Australians as it marked the Anzac centenary 100 years since the landing at Gallipoli in World War I May 7 2015 Statements By scribblevision Members statement Jessi McEwan 7 May Mr NORTHE I also wish to commend Jessi McEwan of Morwell for her recent success at the Young Achiever Awards in recognition of her culinary skills Jessi at just

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  • Members statement – Jessi McEwan – 7 May – Russell Northe
    I also wish to commend Jessi McEwan of Morwell for her recent success at the Young Achiever Awards in recognition of her culinary skills Jessi at just 21 years of age recently received the Academy Graphics Regional Achiever Award at Etihad Stadium She has previously been selected to be Australia s first young chef ambassador and has represented Australia at the 2014 World Chefs Forum in Norway Jessi recently started working at Century Inn in Traralgon after she completed her apprenticeship at Wild Dog Winery in Warragul I wish to commend Jessi on her culinary achievements and I wish her well in her future endeavours Share this post Facebook Twitter Google LinkedIn Related posts Morwell electorate funding Tuesday 12 April 2016 April 13 2016 Members Statement Country Fire Authority district 27 Tuesday 22 March 2016 March 30 2016 Members Statement V Line services Tuesday 23 February 2016 March 4 2016 Upcoming Community Events Latrobe City Calendar of Events May 2016 April 28 2016 Got a story Tell Russell Your confidentiality and anonimity is assured Stay updated and make a difference Email Address First Name Last Name Russell Northe Electorate Office 66 George Street Morwell VIC 3840 PO Box 214 Phone

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  • Bill – Regional Development Victoria Amendment (Jobs and Infrastructure) – 7 May – Russell Northe
    the Tyers public hall and Victory Park in Traralgon has received significant investment There is a 680 000 project to reinvigorate the Yallourn North town hall There is also Crinigan Bushland Reserve in Morwell and the Gippsland heritage walk around Kernot Lake in Morwell The list goes on and on In terms of support for businesses and job creation I want to refer to an initiative under the Regional Growth Fund that we had in place in the Latrobe Valley which was called the Latrobe Valley Industry and Infrastructure Fund Initially this was a 10 million program We increased the funding to the tune of 15 million with the sole purpose of making sure we could support local businesses which sought an opportunity to grow expand and most critically important create new jobs Overall that fund has delivered and it has delivered well In excess of 40 businesses were successful through that program Around 1100 jobs were created and this must not be forgotten the companies own investments in these projects leveraged about 93 million worth of additional investment in the region Unfortunately the new government has not seen fit to adopt a similar program Maybe it will and I hope it will because it has been a great outcome for our local community Our local business community certainly wants to see a program such as that continue into the future I will give some quick examples of that type of investment Steeline Gippsland which set up a new plant in Traralgon received 250 000 towards that project from the Latrobe Valley Industry and Infrastructure Fund This was a 4 5 million project so the company itself invested substantially and this created around 15 new jobs I visited the premises recently and it is doing very well I know the company was very thankful for the opportunity to access funding through the Latrobe Valley Industry and Infrastructure Fund Victorian American Imports is a unique business that is based in Traralgon The company imports vehicles from the US and converts them to Australian and Victorian standards It has grown and expanded substantially and we were able to help that company with around 173 000 to grow and expand its business onto additional premises creating around 10 jobs Morwell Shopfitters is a well recognised local business in Morwell It received 150 000 towards a 450 000 project which meant it was able to buy new modern equipment to ensure that it continues to be unique in its field Again this also created employment In the quarry industry we were able to help Latrobe Valley Sands and KR G Matthews Quarries with funding through the Latrobe Valley Industry and Infrastructure Fund Matthews Quarries has a project at the back of Tyers Whilst we committed 100 000 for that project the company itself Mr Donnellan interjected Mr NORTHE Yes Build a bridge and the company will be able to get its trucks across it Matthews Quarries contributed 1 5 million to that project which

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  • About Russell – Russell Northe
    About Russell You are here Home Portfolio About Russell April 20 2015 Home Page Links By scribblevision Link Share this post Facebook Twitter Google LinkedIn Stay updated and make a difference Email Address First Name Last Name Russell Northe Electorate Office 66 George Street Morwell VIC 3840 PO Box 214 Phone 5133 9088 Fax 5133 9388 Email russell northe parliament vic gov au Find us on Facebook Twitter YouTube Linkedin

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  • Home Page Links – Russell Northe
    Links Grants Parliament Live Stream Hansard Newsroom Media Community Events Achievements Petitions Newsletters Contact Home About About the Team Services Morwell Electorate Useful Links Grants Parliament Live Stream Hansard Newsroom Media Community Events Achievements Petitions Newsletters Contact Portfolio Archives Home

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  • Constituency Question – Morwell Schools Regeneration Project – 16 April – Russell Northe
    if so what are the time lines The Morwell primary schools regeneration project seeks to merge Commercial Road Primary School Tobruk Street Primary School and Morwell Primary School in addition to redeveloping Morwell Park Primary School The coalition pledged 13 million for this important initiative Whilst Labor also pledged funding it offered 1 million less than the coalition Morwell residents have advised me that they are concerned as to when and if the project will be delivered and indeed if 12 million is sufficient to complete the project in totality Many of Morwell s primary schools are currently in poor condition The delivery of this project will bring together around 450 Morwell students who will be able to learn in modern facilities not only enhancing learning outcomes but also providing a boost for our inspiring local teachers and principals Share this post Facebook Twitter Google LinkedIn Related posts Morwell electorate funding Tuesday 12 April 2016 April 13 2016 Members Statement Country Fire Authority district 27 Tuesday 22 March 2016 March 30 2016 Members Statement V Line services Tuesday 23 February 2016 March 4 2016 Upcoming Community Events Latrobe City Calendar of Events May 2016 April 28 2016 Got a story

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  • April 16, 2015 – Russell Northe
    Constituency Question Morwell Schools Regeneration Project 16 April Mr NORTHE Morwell Question 157 My constituency question is to the Minister for Education Can the minister advise if his government is intending to deliver the Morwell primary schools regeneration project and if so what are the time lines The Morwell primary schools regeneration project seeks to merge Commercial Road Primary School Tobruk Street Primary April 16 2015 Statements By scribblevision Address

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