Grants and awards Education | March 04, 2016

Shade Grants Now Open

Local schools across the Lowan electorate are encouraged to apply for funding from the 2016 School Shade Grants Program which is now open.The grants program...

Education | February 18, 2016

Labor fails to provide Longerenong funding

Nationals Member for Lowan, Emma Kealy is bitterly disappointed that a visit to Horsham by the Minister for Training and Skills, Hon. Steve Herbert did...

Grants and awards Education Youth | February 18, 2016

ANZAC spirit close to students’ hearts

Nationals Member for Lowan Emma Kealy MP commends the efforts of two local students who have been selected to represent Victoria at the recently announced Victorian Government’s Spirit of ANZAC Prize....

Education Youth Community facilities | February 10, 2016

Premier caught out on ‘Free Kinder’ promise

Premier Daniel Andrews has been caught out on his promise of free kindergarten for drought ravaged communities. On 15 November 2015, Daniel Andrews told a...

Education Youth | January 13, 2016

Entries open for Vietnam War study tour

Students heading back to school this year in years 10 and 11 are being encouraged to apply for a once in a life time opportunity...

Education Youth | December 16, 2015

Christmas carols off the curriculum

Students at Victorian Government schools will be stopped from learning or singing a wide selection of Christmas carols under new guidelines issued by the Melbourne...

Education | December 15, 2015

Win for Cavendish Primary School

Approval has finally been granted to extend a Cavendish school bus run, meaning additional students can attend their local Primary School. In April 2015, Nationals...

Education Youth | December 15, 2015

VCE perfect score for Western Victoria

“Congratulations to those who have received their Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) results. Completing 13 years of schooling is a significant achievement and milestone for...

Education | November 02, 2015

TAFE enrolments drop in Grampians under Labor

Enrolments in government-subsidised training have dropped by 9 per cent in the Grampians region since Labor came to office, new data has revealed. Nationals Member...
Created with NationBuilder