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Message from Nick Wakeling MP This year has been a school year like no other. It has seen a number of my favourite school events cancelled, but thankfully some were still able to proceed. At the start of the year, … Continue reading
Message from Nick Wakeling, MP for Ferntree Gully Melbourne Legacy is a charity that supports more than 4,700 people from families touched by a loved one’s service to Australia. Their services include relief from financial hardship, advice and referrals to … Continue reading
Nick Wakeling, State MP for Ferntree Gully, recently visited Foothills Community Care. I recently visited Foothills Community Care in Ferntree Gully to see the great work they were doing in preparing meals and providing a range of support to help … Continue reading
Photos by Barbara Oehring Celebrating Ten Years of Ferntree Gully News The reception to celebrate the tenth year of publication for Ferntree Gully News, as well as the book launch of our anthology Ferntree Gully News: Scenes & Stories 2009-2017, … Continue reading
Saying thank you to volunteers On 1 July 1851, Victoria was declared a separate colony to New South Wales. To celebrate the anniversary of Victoria Day, the Member for Ferntree Gully Nick Wakeling MP hosts an annual awards night which … Continue reading
State MP and Minister for Higher Education and Skills, Nick Wakeling at MDLC with manager Janet Claringbold, Board members and Education Co-ordinator, Carlie Case. You may have seen in the local paper the good news about a significant grant from … Continue reading
Mountain Gate Centre is one of the winners in Knox Council’s budget for 2014-15 with nearly a million dollars for streetscape renewal, bus shelter and toilets. Replacement of poor pavements will be especially welcome. Improvements to roads, pavements and open … Continue reading