New sporting infrastructure for Knox

The Federal Member for Aston, Hon Alan Tudge MP, has announced $349,000 of new sporting infrastructure for Knox. Wally Tew Reserve in Ferntree Gully will receive $200,000 for new lights on their main oval.  Wally Tew Reserve is home to the Ferntree Gully Eagles Football and Cricket Clubs.  The clubs are some of the oldest…

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Puffing Billy to get a makeover

The Federal Member for Aston, Hon Alan Tudge MP, said that Knox residents will significantly benefit from an upgrade to Puffing Billy and the widening of the Mount Dandenong Tourist Road. The Prime Minister today committed $20 million to these and other tourist infrastructure in the Dandenongs under a re-elected Turnbull Government.   The commitments…

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Volunteer Grants awarded in Knox

The Federal Member for Aston, the Hon Alan Tudge MP, has announced 28 local organisations have been awarded over $97,000 in grants to support the work of their volunteers in Knox. Funded as part of the Volunteer Grants programme, the organisations will receive grants between $1,000 and $5,000 to assist with their activities in helping…

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Tudge delivers new lights for Scoresby Village

The Federal Member for Aston, the Hon Alan Tudge MP, has announced the delivery of new lights at Scoresby Village shopping centre.   This was one of several election commitments Mr Tudge made before the 2013 election to improve community safety. $100,000 was provided through a federal grant to Knox Council for the purchase and…

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Young cricketers benefit from new nets at Walker Reserve

Federal Member for Aston, the Hon Alan Tudge MP, today officially opened the first stage redevelopment of the Walker Reserve Multi-purpose Training Facility in Wantirna South. This was one of several election commitments Mr Tudge made during the 2013 election to improve local sporting facilities. The Federal Government contributed $147,598 toward the first stage of…

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