Home > Nash, Minister for Local Government and Territories > Media Releases > 2016 > September Listen A- A+ Media Releases September 2016 19SEP2016Investment in River Murray communities' long-term futureThe Australian and South Australian governments have today announced funding for three new innovative jobs projects designed to diversify productivity and create new opportunities in the Murray River region. 19SEP2016Mansfield kickflips its way to a new skate parkVictoria could soon have their own Tony Hawk with the first sod turned on the Mansfield Youth Hub and Skate Park today. 11SEP2016Play zone opens in TorquayTorquay and surrounding areas have celebrated the official opening of the Banyul Warri Fields—a dedicated space for youth activities. 09SEP2016New solar installation shines light on Launceston City MissionLaunceston City Mission shops and rehabilitation centres in Youngtown, Newnham and Evandale will now save money on their energy bills thanks to the installation of solar panels. 09SEP2016State-of-the-art leisure centre officially openCampbelltown locals will be able to make a splash at the newly opened Campbelltown Aquatic and Recreation Centre at Botanic Grove. 07SEP2016New trade centre opens on the Central Coast A new trade centre has been officially opened at the Central Coast Group Training Centre in North Wyong, thanks to a $2 million investment by the Coalition Government. 06SEP2016Craigieburn aquatic centre set to make a splash!The new Splash Aqua Park and Leisure Centre in Craigieburn has reached the halfway mark of construction. 05SEP2016Youth facility opens in WoodendYouth in Woodend today celebrated the opening of the newly refurbished multi-purpose facility, which is now the home of the 2nd Woodend Scouts and equestrian groups. 05SEP2016Men's Shed now open in DereelThe Australian Government has opened a new ‘Men’s Shed' in Dereel, south of Ballarat, to create a community space where people can build new skills and make friends. 05SEP2016Game on! Wherrett Park upgrade completeWherrett Park is again hosting cricket, soccer, rugby league and athletics thanks to an Australian Government investment of $950,000 to upgrade the Clarence Valley region's sporting facility. 05SEP2016Lift-off for Lethbridge fuel facilityRegional Victoria's bustling tourism industry received a major boost today with the installation of a permanent fuel supply at Lethbridge Airport. 02SEP2016Work on Port of Sale Cultural Hub beginsConstruction of Port of Sale's new cultural hub has begun, building on Sale's reputation as a well-known arts precinct and ‘must-see' tourist destination for people visiting Gippsland.