Category Archives: News Archive (2010-2014)

Napthine Government announces $600,000 for new CFA station at Skye

  • Napthine Government will provide $600,000 for a new station for Skye CFA
  • This announcement forms part of the Coalition Government’s $125 million commitment to upgrade CFA stations across the state
  • Napthine Government building a safer Victoria

Minister for Police, Emergency Services and Bushfire Response Kim Wells and Member for Carrum Donna Bauer today announced that the Napthine Government will provide $600,000 towards the construction of a new CFA station in Skye.

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A re-elected Napthine Government will commit $3 million to upgrade life saving clubs along the bay

  • A re-elected Napthine Government will commit $3 million towards three life saving club redevelopments along the bay
  • Redevelopments will enhance water safety for thousands of people who visit beaches at South Melbourne, Edithvale and Bonbeach
  • Napthine Government building a better bay

Three life saving clubs around Port Phillip Bay will receive a share in $3 million to undergo significant redevelopments of club facilities under a re-elected Napthine Government.

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New 24 hour $8.5 million police station for Colac under a re-elected Napthine Government

  • A re-elected Napthine Government will build a new 24-hour $8.5 million police complex in Colac
  • Multi-million dollar facility will boost emergency response capabilities in south-west Victoria
  • Napthine Government building better and safer communities across Victoria

Minister for Police Kim Wells and Member for Polwarth Terry Mulder today announced that a re-elected Napthine Government will build a new 24-hour $8.5 million police station in Colac, boosting emergency response capabilities in south-west Victoria.

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Safer pedestrian crossing signalled for Rowville students

Kim at Napoleon Road School Crossing

  • A re-elected Napthine Government will deliver signalled lights at the pedestrian crossing on Napoleon Road
  • $250,000 investment to benefit motorists and pedestrians, particularly students walking to Park Ridge Primary and Rowville Secondary College
  • The Napthine Government is building a better, safer roads

 Local State Member of Parliament and Liberal Candidate for Rowville Kim Wells today announced that a re-elected Napthine Government will invest $250,000 to install signalled lights at the pedestrian crossing in Napoleon Road, Rowville.

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$130,000 maintenance boost for Rowville Primary School

  • Napthine Government announces $130,000 election commitment for Rowville Primary School
  • Funding to improve facilities for Rowville Primary School students and staff
  • Napthine Government building a better education system for all Victorian students

State Member for Scoresby, Kim Wells MP, met with students and teachers at Rowville Primary School today, and announced a $130,000 funding commitment to upgrade the school under a re-elected Napthine Government.

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Napthine Government commits $2.5 million for new SES unit in Cranbourne

  • A re-elected Napthine Coalition Government will fund construction of a new $2.5 million Cranbourne SES
  • The investment will boost emergency response capabilities for the growing Cranbourne community
  • Napthine Coalition Government building a better and safer Victoria

Minister for Police and Emergency Services Kim Wells and Liberal Candidate for Cranbourne Geoff Ablett today announced a re-elected Napthine Coalition Government will fund a new $2.5 million SES Unit in Cranbourne, boosting emergency response capabilities for the rapidly growing Cranbourne community.

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State-of-the-art technology for Victoria Police under a re-elected Napthine Government

  • A re-elected Napthine Government will implement a modern policing strategy for Victoria Police
  • Tech Policing Fund will give police members real time access to information
  • Coalition Government building a better and safer Victoria

The Victorian Police force will be further modernised with a $25 million investment in technological advances under a re-elected Napthine Government.

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