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Regional Growth Fund delivers for Katandra West

* * - Wednesday, October 22, 2014

  • Victorian Coalition Government invests $999,000 towards $1.3 million Katandra West Community Centre
  • Project will support Katandra Kats and a wide-range of user groups
  • Coalition Government building a better regional and rural Victoria

The Victorian Coalition Government will invest almost $1 million to build a new community centre in Katandra West, delivering a one-stop-shop for local sports clubs, community events, meetings and celebrations.

The new Katandra West Community Centre will be located at the Katandra West Recreation Reserve, replacing the century-old Katandra West Hall as a centre-point for life in the small Goulburn Valley community.

Deputy Premier Peter Ryan joined The Nationals candidate for Shepparton Greg Barr in Katandra West today to announce the Coalition Government will invest $999,000 from the $1 billion Regional Growth Fund in the construction of the $1.3 million community centre.

The Katandra West Community Facilities Committee of Management will provide $150,000 towards construction of the new community centre, with the Greater Shepparton City Council providing a further $151,000.

Mr Ryan said the $1.3 million investment will deliver a 685-square metre multipurpose facility, featuring:

  • a large multi-purpose area and meeting room;
  • male, female and disabled toilets;
  • female and umpire change rooms; and
  • commercial kitchen, cool room, storage space, bar and serving area.

Mr Ryan said the new community centre will benefit a number of local user groups including the Katandra Kats Football and Netball Club, local cricket and tennis clubs, Country Women’s Association, CFA, Girl Guides, Ukiah Club and Katandra West Primary School.

Mr Ryan said the new community centre will be the ideal location to host community celebrations such as birthday parties, weddings and engagement parties, community meetings, conferences and other community events.

“Every small town needs a modern, accessible and useable community space to host local events and celebrations,” Mr Ryan said.

“While the existing community hall has served Katandra West for more than a century, it is beginning to show its age and no longer meets the needs and expectations of the community.

“The Coalition Government’s almost $1 million investment will deliver a modern and flexible community centre that will be a focal point for the Katandra West community for the next 100 years, and is sure to be the scene of many great nights for locals.

“This investment will deliver modern facilities for local sports clubs such as the mighty Katandra Kats, with the new umpire and female change rooms to be a welcome addition, particularly for the netballers.

“This project is another terrific example of why The Nationals, working in a Coalition Government, fought to secure the $1 billion Regional Growth Fund.

“Through the Regional Growth Fund, we have been able to invest in countless projects similar to this right across regional and rural Victoria, projects that would otherwise have struggled to attract funding support from government.”

Mr Barr, a passionate Katandra West local, welcomed this investment, describing it as long overdue.

“As a local, I know how important the community hall is to our community,” Mr Barr said.

“Whether it’s hosting Girl Guides, school concerts, the football/netball club ball, 21st birthday parties, weddings and funerals, the community hall has seen it all.

“To now have a facility of this calibre at our disposal for local meetings and other community events is a real shot-in-the-arm for Katandra West.

“I am proud to be part of a strong National Party team which continues to deliver for the Goulburn Valley and its many communities including Katandra West.”

Mr Barr said construction would begin shortly with the project to be completed by the end of next year.

Media contact: Ben Bulmer 0437 547 731

Record investment by Napthine Government to prevent family violence

* * - Monday, October 13, 2014


  • Victorian Coalition Government invests an additional $150 million to prevent violence against women and children
  • Wide-ranging new measures to address prevention, safety and accountability
  • Napthine Government building a safer Victoria

A comprehensive $150 million action package that will reduce the incidence of family violence across Victoria was unveiled on Saturday by the Victorian Coalition Government.

Premier Denis Napthine, Deputy Premier Peter Ryan, Attorney-General Robert Clark and Minister for Community Services Mary Wooldridge launched the package in Melbourne this morning.

Dr Napthine said the new investment doubled family violence funding since the Coalition came to office and would make a real difference in preventing violence and keeping women and children safe, in addition to holding perpetrators to account.

“Violence against women and children is unacceptable at any time, at any place and under any circumstances,” Dr Napthine said.

“Victorians, particularly women and children will be safer as a result of this comprehensive, whole-of-government strategy that tackles this insidious crime at all levels.

“These new initiatives address the causes of family violence, they educate the community, they provide support services for victims and they hold perpetrators to account,” Dr Napthine said.

Highlights of the $150 million package include:

  • $41 million to deliver Victoria's largest ever prevention campaign in partnership with Our Watch, including a social marketing and behaviour change campaign and local community action;
  • Expanded crisis accommodation support for women and children;
  • A new Multi-Disciplinary Centre for women and children who experience sexual assault, complete with police, sexual assault and family violence experts and child protection staff;
  • Outreach teachers to work with children fleeing family violence;
  • Atrial of GPS monitoring of high risk perpetrators;
  • Additional legal and advocacy support for women;
  • Behaviour change programs for men in prison as a result of family violence;
  • Specialist staff in courts to assist victims and perpetrators of violence through the court processes; and
  • Improved and expanded post-crisis support for women and children.

Mr Ryan said the new $150 million package builds significantly on the Coalition Government’s existing efforts in tackling family violence.

“In contrast, the Labor Party have offered $1.5 million in recycled announcements and an expensive Royal Commission that will cost millions of dollars and delay action for years,” Mr Ryan said.

“The Coalition is getting on with the job. We have a plan, and we are investing in what we know works based on the best advice of victims of family violence, frontline family violence workers, Victoria Police and the courts. The Government is not willing to put more families at risk by procrastinating and delaying rather than implementing a real plan to make families safer.

“Preventing family violence is part of the Coalition’s vision for a better Victoria. We want to change community attitudes, we want women and children to be safe in their homes and communities, and to get the support they need, and we want to hold perpetrators to account and stop them from re-offending,” Mr Ryan said.

Attorney-General Robert Clark said the Napthine Government would provide additional workers in Victoria’s courts to help those affected by family violence and trial GPS tracking technology to protect those at risk.

“These extra staff will provide support for victims throughout the court process and help ensure their safety, while also increasing perpetrator accountability and compliance with court orders,” Mr Clark said.

“New GPS technology has the potential to improve safety and confidence for victims of family violence while also making perpetrators realise their movements are being monitored and recorded. This new technology to protect against family violence will now be the subject of a comprehensive trial,” Mr Clark said.

Dr Napthine also announced a new Ministerial Council for the Prevention of Violence Against Women and Children, led by the Premier and Deputy Premier.

“We have strong and effective Ministers leading the charge on preventing family violence. We will work with all relevant Ministers to ensure that we have an integrated and effective whole-of-government approach to tackling all aspects of family violence,” Dr Napthine said.

Minister for Community Services Mary Wooldridge highlighted the Coalition Government’s strong investment in preventing violence against women and children.

“This is Victoria's largest single investment in family violence prevention. There will be a statewide campaign and every area across the state will be provided with funding for local action to prevent violence against women and children,” Ms Wooldridge said.

“Through this significant investment, the Napthine Government continues its commitment to preventing violence, as well as improving responses to violence against women and children when it occurs,” Ms Wooldridge said.

Dr Napthine said the Coalition Government had already ensured more police were in place to tackle family violence.

“In addition, we have increased penalties for breaching intervention orders, we are providing expanded services and support to victims of family violence and we are investing in prevention and behaviour change programs,” Dr Napthine said.

“With this new package, the Coalition Government has increased total spending to prevent violence and support the women and children who are victims of family violence to more than $140 million next year. This represents a doubling in funding since 2010.”

Media contact: Les White 0409 805 122

St Thomas leads the way in sustainability with Coalition Government grant

* * - Monday, October 06, 2014


  • Energy Efficiency Program grants $10,000 to St Thomas and Nambrok Denison primary schools and Gippsland Grammar
  • Schools to minimise waste, save energy and reduce environmental footprint
  • More than 1,200 schools taking part in ResourceSmart program

Students at St Thomas Primary School in Sale are set to become Energy Captains with a $10,000 grant to assist in an audit of the school’s energy consumption.

Deputy Premier and The Nationals Member for Gippsland South Peter Ryan announced St Thomas Primary School was among three local schools and more than 200 state-wide to receive funds in the latest round of the Victorian Coalition Government’s 2014 Energy Efficiency Program.

Gippsland Grammar and Nambrok Denison Primary School were also successful applicants for this round of funding, receiving $10,000 each.

“This program gives schools the opportunity to minimise waste, save energy and water and reduce their environmental footprint,” Mr Ryan said.

“Students and teachers at St Thomas have already been implementing measures to make their school environment more sustainable, including the building, planting and maintaining of a vegetable garden.

“They have also built a chicken coop and are responsible for taking care of the chickens, feeding them food scraps and collecting their eggs.”

Mr Ryan said the funding would allow students and teachers to undertake additional energy saving initiatives.

“They will start measuring energy consumption giving them a clearer picture of the school’s overall environmental footprint and strategies on how to reduce it,” Mr Ryan said.

“It is a way of teaching students about sustainability in a practical way.”

St Thomas Primary School principal Jason Slattery said the grant would build upon the sustainability measures already implemented at the school.

“The grant will allow us to purchase energy measuring devices that will allow the students to act as Energy Captains,” Mr Slattery said.

“The students will be able to predict and then see how much energy we are using at the school.

“The students will then be able to conduct an energy audit on the school and develop ways to cut back on our energy use.

“The funding will also be used to replace our old lighting with new energy efficient light bulbs.”         

The Nationals Member for Eastern Victoria Region Danny O’Brien said educating children about sustainable practices helped them develop the knowledge and skills to contribute to a more sustainable Victoria.

“The Coalition Government is committed to encouraging Gippsland schools to do their bit to create a more sustainable, cleaner and safer Victoria,” Mr O’Brien said.

Minister for Environment and Climate Change Ryan Smith said there are now more than 1,200 schools participating in the ResourceSmart program.

“Victorian schools participating in the program are cutting their costs by a total of $1.3 million each year,” Mr Smith said.

For more information about the Resource Smart Victorian Schools visit:

Media contact: Kate Lancaster 0428 921 404

Truss and Ryan announce joint $2 million investment for Longerenong College

* * - Friday, September 26, 2014


  • Truss and Ryan announce $2 million for Longerenong College
  • $4.5 million project will upgrade student accommodation facilities
  • Project will encourage more students to live and study on-campus

Longerenong College’s ageing student accommodation will be refurbished thanks to a joint Commonwealth and State government investment, encouraging more students to live and study on-campus.

Acting Prime Minister Warren Truss joined Deputy Premier Peter Ryan, Federal Member for Mallee Andrew Broad and The Nationals candidate for Lowan Emma Kealy at Longerenong today to announce the $2 million joint investment.

Today’s announcement delivers the final instalment needed to fund the redevelopment of Longerenong College’s student accommodation facilities and follows an earlier commitment of $1.1 million from the Victorian Coalition Government’s $1 billion Regional Growth Fund.

Mr Truss said it was an honour to visit the Wimmera to announce the $2 million investment that would help one of the country’s best agricultural colleges improve its facilities.

“Longerenong College is one of Victoria’s leading agricultural education and training facilities and is the only educational facility in the region that offers agricultural training and on-site accommodation,” Mr Truss said.

“The College delivers hands-on training through its 1,070 hectares farm which is complete with cropping, sheep and beef cattle enterprises, and offers students a wide variety of courses such as shearing, truck driving, header operation and farm management among others.

“It has a wide-reaching reputation for producing highly skilled graduates, who are highly sought after to work on-farm or in associated agribusiness.

“While student numbers are at an all-time high, sadly the accommodation facilities, which are up to 70 years old, have fallen into disrepair and as such are only at 50 per cent occupancy.

“This joint investment will ensure the student accommodation facilities match the magnificent training on offer here at Longerenong College, encouraging more students to live and study on-campus.”

Mr Ryan said the project would be a ‘game-changer’ for the College’s students, and would involve:

  • Refurbishing 108 single occupancy student rooms;
  • Refurbishing six single occupancy student rooms to provide disabled access;
  • Refurbishing shared residential facilities (bathrooms, kitchenettes, kitchen, lounge rooms and laundry), pathways and stairwells;
  • Constructing a new three-storey building, adjoining the accommodation, including two new communal study areas and a separate recreational area;
  • Installing reverse-cycle air conditioning and electronic access;
  • Upgrading wireless internet infrastructure; and
  • Replacing the existing hot water service.

“Today’s announcement is great news for students, the community and the agricultural sector more broadly,” Mr Ryan said.

“Most of Longerenong College’s 300 students live more than 100 kilometres away so access to on-site residential facilities and catering is a key factor in them being able to undertake vocational training.

“This investment means the College will be able to attract students back to on-campus living, while providing valuable casual accommodation for visitors to the region during the holiday season.

“Replacing the hot water service will also ensure there are no more cold showers, which I am sure will be warmly welcomed by Longerenong College students.”

Mr Ryan said the joint Federal and State government funding would be provided through the Murray-Darling Basin Regional Economic Diversification Program - Victoria.

“This program has been designed to strengthen and diversify local economies impacted by the Murray-Darling Basin Plan,” Mr Ryan said.

“The $15 million fund includes $10 million from the Federal Government and $5 million from the Victorian Coalition Government’s Regional Growth Fund.

“Today’s investment is a terrific example of how we can use this fund to support local economies and I look forward to returning to the Longerenong College once this project is complete.”

Mr Ryan said the remaining $1.4 million needed to complete the project would be provided by Longerenong College.

Media contact: Ben Bulmer 0437 547 731

Deputy Premier launches Hume Region RAJAC Plan

* * - Thursday, September 25, 2014


Deputy Premier and Leader of The Nationals, Peter Ryan officially launched the Hume Regional Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committee’s (RAJACs) Plan for 2013-18

Mr Ryan was joined by The Nationals Member for Shepparton, Jeanette Powell and The Nationals Candidate for Shepparton, Greg Barr at the Shepparton Office of the Department of Justice today.

Mr Ryan said since the first Aboriginal Justice Agreement in 2000 - 2006, and the respective RAJAC Plans, we have seen innovative programs in the areas of crime prevention, family violence and justice-related issues, education and treatment services.

“The RAJACs whole-of-community approach enables it to be responsive to the needs of Aborigines who find themselves in the criminal justice system,” Mr Ryan said.

“I particularly commend the Koori Justice Unit for its efforts to lead and enhance interventions and support services throughout the state, and the local RAJAC for developing a plan that meets the needs of the community.”

Mrs Powell said the Victorian government continues to be a leader in addressing the over representation of Aboriginal people in our justice system.

“In developing this plan, staff from both the Department of Justice and Department of Human Services consulted with the local community in Shepparton, Mooroopna, Wangaratta, Seymour and Wodonga,” Mrs Powell said.

“Coming from this consultation it was clear that the priorities for the Hume Region would involve strengthening communities, Drug & Alcohol, Mental Health, Diversion Support, Post-Prison Support and Partnerships.”

Mr Barr said it was great to see new initiatives coming from this plan especially as the community focused approach to delivering justice services will help ensure the most appropriate support is provided to people in the judicial system.

Mr Ryan particularly thanked Rumbalara Aboriginal Cooperative and Mungabareena Aboriginal Cooperative who already deliver important justice services to Aboriginal communities in the Hume Region.

“Providing integrated services which are culturally appropriate and relevant is the key to helping people who find themselves in the justice system,” Mr Ryan said.

“I also thank all community members in the Hume region who contributed in many ways to deliver positive outcomes for their communities and the people within them.”

Media contact: Ben Bulmer 0437 547 731

Rosedale early learning centre receives $11,000 boost from Victorian Coalition Government

* * - Monday, September 15, 2014


• IT and minor works grants to improve early years services in Rosedale
• Total of $2.9 million allocated for early childhood learning grants across Victoria
• Victorian Coalition Government is building better early learning facilities

Deputy Premier and The Nationals Member for Gippsland South Peter Ryan today announced that Rosedale’s Neighbourhood Kids Early Learning Centre would receive $11,395 to improve its outdoor play area and purchase new IT.

Mr Ryan said the Victorian Coalition Government would invest $10,000 to build a new gazebo and carry out improvements to the garden at the Neighbourhood Kids Early Learning Centre.

He said the remaining $1395 would be used to purchase a new computer to assist staff in the running of the centre.

“This investment is great news for local children who attend Rosedale’s Neighbourhood Kids Early Learning Centre,” Mr Ryan said.

“These works are a welcome addition to the centre, creating a safe and stimulating environment for children to learn and play.

“The new computer will also be of great benefit to the centre’s dedicated staff, giving them the tools they need to operate this facility.

“The Nationals, working as part of a Coalition Government, are committed to giving local children the best possible start in life through improved early learning facilities.”

Minister for Children and Early Childhood Development Wendy Lovell said the     $2.9 million program was crucial to ensuring Victorian early years services continue to deliver the world class learning programs for families.

“Victoria already leads the nation in early childhood education and care, and by improving early years facilities and infrastructure, we are making Victoria an even better place for families with children,” Ms Lovell said.

Media contact: Kate Lancaster 0428 921 404

Leongatha and Korumburra early years services to receive IT boost

* * - Monday, September 15, 2014


• Deputy Premier announces almost $4,500 to purchase new IT equipment
• Allora Kindergarten, Hassett Street Kindergarten, Leongatha Children’s Centre, and Korumburra Kindergarten to benefit
• Victorian Coalition Government is investing in early learning services

Deputy Premier and The Nationals Member for Gippsland South Peter Ryan today announced Allora Kindergarten, Hassett Street Kindergarten, Leongatha Children’s Centre, and Korumburra Kindergarten would share in almost $4,500 to purchase new IT equipment.

Mr Ryan said the Victorian Coalition Government would invest a total of $2916 for new desktop computers for Allora Kindergarten and Hassett Street Kindergarten, and a new printer for Leongatha Children’s Centre.

He said Korumburra Kindergarten would receive $1,500 to purchase two iPads to assist with administration.

“The new computers, iPads and printer will be of great benefit to the four childcare centres’ dedicated staff, giving them the tools they need to run their facilities,” Mr Ryan said.

“The Nationals, working as part of a Coalition Government, are committed to giving local children the best possible start in life through improved early learning facilities.

“IT equipment is expensive and forever evolving, meaning many of our local kindergartens and early learning centres need to update their systems on a regular basis.

“By supporting our local early learning centres to purchase new IT equipment we are taking one more stress away from our local centres, enabling staff to focus on what they do best and that is look after our local children.”

Mr Ryan said the Coalition Government had supported 643 Victorian kindergartens and children’s centres to upgrade their facilities and IT systems through $2.9 million in grants.

He about 200 desktop computers, 150 tablets, 80 laptops, 25 printers and 20 touch tables would be purchased through these grants program. 

Minister for Children and Early Childhood Development Wendy Lovell said the grants were crucial to ensuring Victorian early years services can continue to deliver the world class learning programs for Victorian families.

“Victoria already leads the nation in early childhood education and care, and by improving early years facilities and infrastructure, we are making Victoria an even better place for families with children,” Ms Lovell said.

Media contact: Kate Lancaster 0428 921 404

Victorian Coalition Government step in to save LLENs

* * - Wednesday, September 03, 2014

• Funding for LLENs more than triples to $8 million in 2015
• Victorian Coalition Government steps in to save LLENS after Commonwealth pulls its funding
• Victorian Coalition Government building better education for all

Deputy Premier and The Nationals Member for Gippsland South Peter Ryan announced today that Victorian Coalition Government funding for Local Learning and Employment Networks (LLENs) would be tripled in 2015.

Mr Ryan said the Victorian Coalition Government’s funding for LLENs would be increased by $5.7 million in 2015, bringing its total commitment to $8 million next year.

Mr Ryan said the Victorian Coalition Government had stepped in to save LLENs following the Commonwealth Government’s decision to discontinue funding for the program from next year.

“Just as the Victorian Coalition Government stepped in with $5.1 million to save the Workplace Learning Coordinators program in 2013, we have again stepped in to save LLENs after the Commonwealth cut its funding” Mr Ryan said.

“Over the past few months we have been working with the LLENs to ensure they have funding certainty for next year.

“While I am disappointed that the Commonwealth has chosen to cut its funding for this program in 2015, I am proud that the Victorian Coalition Government has stepped into to ensure the continuation of LLENs.”

Mr Ryan said LLENs support students between the ages of 10 and 19 to improve school and workforce participation, engagement, attainment and transition outcomes.

“LLENs play an important role for many young people living in rural and regional communities such as Gippsland, Mr Ryan said.

“Young people, particularly those who are vulnerable and disengaged from school, will benefit from the Victorian Coalition Government’s commitment to the LLEN program in 2015.”

Media contact: Kate Lancaster 0428 921 404 

Poowong kindergarten vies for energy prize

* * - Wednesday, August 27, 2014

• More than 1100 schools taking part in the ResourceSmart School Awards 2014
• Schools saving $5.3 million in energy costs over six years
• More than $40,000 prize money up for grabs

Deputy Premier and The Nationals Member for Gippsland South Peter Ryan today congratulated Poowong Kindergarten on being named one of the finalists for this year’s ResourceSmart Schools Awards.

“This is an outstanding achievement for Poowong Kindergarten and I congratulate them for their efforts to incorporate sustainable practices within their kindergarten and community,” Mr Ryan said.

"The quality of their work means that Victoria's sustainable future is in good hands.

“It is pleasing to see that this year for the first time an early childhood category had been introduced.”

Mr Ryan said the Poowong Kindergarten had taken on some courageous and challenging initiatives, including developing a bush tucker sensory garden and participating in the ResourceSmart Early Childhood pilot project.

“The kindergarten is aiming to educate Poowong youngsters to become socially and environmentally responsible individuals and through hands-on engagement has raised the profile of sustainable practices in the local community,” he said.

Mr Ryan said that all schools that entered three or more resource modules, for example water, waste and energy will automatically be considered for Victoria’s overall ResourceSmart School of the Year award. 

Minister for Environment and Climate Change Ryan Smith said more than 1100 Victorian schools were participating in the ResourceSmart Schools program, saving over $5.3million in energy costs over six years.

“In 2011, the Victorian Coalition Government committed $8.3 million over four years to build on the existing ResourceSmart schools framework,” Mr Smith said.

“We have added more than 400 schools to the program since then, one year ahead of schedule and more than half of Victoria’s schools are now covered by the program.

“I congratulate the finalists and wish them all good luck.”

The awards are part of Sustainability Victoria’s ResourceSmart Schools initiative, managed in partnership with the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, which helps schools embed sustainability into everyday activities.

Winners will be announced at the ResourceSmart Schools Awards Ceremony on Monday 8 September 2014 and finalists will share in more than $40,000 prize money which will support schools to grow their sustainability activities.

For a full list of finalists visit

Media contact: Kate Lancaster 0428 921 404

$12 million on offer to Engage young locals

* * - Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Victorian Coalition Government invests $12 million to help young Victorians reach their potential
  • Program initiatives include volunteering, mentoring and real life skills
  • Local organisations can apply for up to $150,000

Deputy Premier and The Nationals Member for Gippsland South Peter Ryan today announced that the Victorian Coalition Government would invest $12 million into the Engage program to help young Victorians build skills needed for life after school.

Mr Ryan said the Engage program offered grants of up to $150,000 to local community organisations and councils to help young people become more involved with their local communities.

“The funding will support organisations and councils to deliver a wide range of initiatives including volunteering and mentoring programs, and projects that boost real-life skills and connect young people to further education, training or careers,” Mr Ryan said.

“Through these projects, young people have the opportunity to become more connected to their community, become engaged in education, training and career pathways and have an opportunity to build their networks.

“The program provides local groups with the practical resources they need to listen, respond and create opportunities for young Gippslanders so that they can fulfil their potential,” Mr Ryan said.

“I urge local groups to submit an Engage grant application to enable them to conduct programs to engage younger members of their communities and help them to build skills that they can use in future community service ventures and employment.”

Mr Ryan said the Coalition Government’s $12 million 2015 - 2017 Engage program was another example of this government’s commitment to providing young Victorians with more opportunities to become involved in their communities.

“Since 2012, more than 100,000 young Victorians have been involved in Engage, highlighting the success of the program,” Mr Ryan said.

Minister for Youth Affairs Ryan Smith encouraged organisations to reach out to young people in the community and work with them to develop innovative projects that could be eligible for an Engage grant.

“Through this Coalition Government program, Victoria’s young people will have access to fantastic initiatives that help develop new skills and networks,” Mr Smith said.

The Engage program is part of the Coalition Government’s Youth Statement, Engage, Involve, Create that outlines its vision for young Victorians.

Applications close on Friday 1 August 2014. For more information or to apply, visit

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