POLLIES POUND THE PAVEMENT FOR OXFAM

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Member for Gembrook Brad Battin will join a team of pollies walking 100 kilometres this weekend for the Oxfam Trailwalker. The Oxfam Trailwalker raises money for Oxfam’s work around the world in a range of areas, from water and sanitation to education and health The ‘Pollie...
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WORKS COMPLETE AT EMERALD COMMUNITY HOUSE HALL

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The historic Emerald Community House Hall will open its doors today to celebrate the completion of its $150,000 refurbishment. Representing Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional and Rural Development Peter Ryan, Member for Gembrook Brad Battin hailed the project as a legacy...
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Temporary Road And Rail Disruptions- Clyde Road Upgrade

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Buses will replace trains between Pakenham and Oakleigh and Clyde Road will be closed on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 April as VicTrack improves the railway tracks as part of the $55.6 million Clyde Road upgrade. Both the rail line and Clyde Road (between Enterprise Avenue and Jane...
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LAKESIDE SAILING CLUB RECEIVES FUNDING BOOST

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Lakeside Sailing Club Pakenham has been awarded a $2,500 grant through the 2011/12 VicHealth Active Club program. Member for Gembrook Brad Battin said the grants were designed to get more people in the community physically active. “Lakeside Sailing Club is a relatively new club,...
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BRITANNIA PARK RECEIVES $250,000 BOOST

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The Victorian Coalition Government will invest $250,000 in to the future of Britannia Park, Member for Gembrook Brad Battin announced today. The Yarra Junction campsite has been owned and operated by Girl Guides Victoria for more than 70 years. “Britannia Park is one of the main...
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