Member for Wannon, Dan Tehan, today encouraged women from Wannon who are interested in sport to apply for $400,000 worth of grants to support and develop women leaders in Australian sport.
Dan Tehan, Member for Wannon, said there will be 10,940 residential aged care places and 6,045 home care places allocated across Australian through the 2015 ACAR.
Member for Wannon, Dan Tehan, is encouraging the region’s secondary schools to participate in the Australian Government’s Honouring Australian Vietnam Veterans schools’ competition.
Member for Wannon, Dan Tehan along with the Chair of the Senate Standing Committee on Education and Employment Senator Bridget McKenzie and representatives from the departments of Education and Social Services, will host the Regional Higher Education Forum in Warrnambool on Tuesday 25 August, 2015.
Dan Tehan, Member for Wannon, today welcomed the Coalition Government’s commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions so they are 26-28 per cent below 2005 levels by 2030.
The 2015 National Disability Awards are now open, giving Australians the chance to acknowledge the many people, organisations and initiatives across the country that make a positive impact on the lives of people with disability.
The Australian Government is calling for more local people to join the Green Army to work on local projects that will make a real difference to our environment in Wannon.
The Australian Government invites community groups, organisations and individuals to start their own tree planting projects by applying for grants under Round 2 of the 20 Million Trees Programme.
Consumers in Wannon and across Australia will soon benefit from clearer, simpler information about where products come from.
Member for Wannon, Dan Tehan said new country of origin food labels will begin to appear on supermarket shelves later this year.
Mr Tehan said this investment in Black Spot projects will deliver safer roads for Victoria through targeted upgrades proven to deliver results.
“Black Spot projects target dangerous roads to save lives and reduce road trauma, ensuring Australia’s roads are made safer and more productive for all road users,” Mr Tehan said.