$60,000 for bushfire mitigation on the Mornington Peninsula

The Mornington Peninsula will receive $60,000 in disaster resilience funding to better prepare local communities from the threat of bushfires. Funding will be provided to the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council under the Federal Government’s $15 million National Bushfire Mitigation Program. This money will be used to construct a fire access track, apply additional fuel management…

$1.2million for new buildings at St Brendan’s Primary School in Somerville

Federal Member for Flinders Greg Hunt said he was pleased to announce federal funding for St Brendan’s Primary School. “I am pleased to announce that St Brendan’s Primary School in Somerville will receive $1.2 million in Commonwealth Government funding for new classrooms,” Mr Hunt said. “This funding, provided through the Capital Grants Programme (CGP), will…

$1.25million for new buildings at St Joseph’s Primary School in Crib Point

Federal Member for Flinders Greg Hunt said he was pleased to announce federal funding for St Joseph’s Primary School. “I am incredibly pleased to announce that St Joseph’s Primary School in Crib Point will receive $1.25 million in Commonwealth Government funding for a new senior building,” Mr Hunt said. “This funding, provided through the Capital…

New buildings open horizons for students at Balcombe Grammar School

Federal Member for Flinders Greg Hunt said he was pleased to announce federal funding for Balcombe Grammar School. “I am incredibly pleased to announce that Balcombe Grammar School in Mount Martha will receive $2 million in Commonwealth Government funding for a terrific new VCE facility,” Mr Hunt said. “This funding, provided through the Capital Grants…

Flinders community helping in war on wild rabbits

The Federal Government is trialling a new virus next year at seven sites across the electorate to curb rabbit populations and their devastating impact on agricultural production and native ecosystems. This will include areas where rabbits wreak havoc on native flora and fauna such as Balnarring, Cranbourne South, French Island, Phillip Island, Mount Martha and…

Grants assist young science and maths students to test their skills

Budding science and maths students have more opportunities to compete against the best in Australia and around the world through new government funding for a range of science, technology, engineering and maths activities. As part of the Turnbull Government’s National Science and Innovation Agenda, grants of up to $5000 per student and $20,000 per application…