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Labor promises millions to Hawks at Dingley HAWTHORN Football Club’s new home base at Dingley Village will receive a $20 million cash boost if Labor wins the federal election this weekend. The Hawks had their new Dingley Village homebase ticked off by Kingston Council in 2016. The club purchased the 28 hectare site the same year. Part of the project includes the construction of the Kennedy Community Centre. The project will include a new pavilion and oval with “gender equal”

facilities, administration spaces, an indoor stadium for community basketball, netball and volleyball teams, and two ovals for community sporting events. The project is expected to cost around $130 million. Isaacs MP Mark Dreyfus said “the Hawks’ new home in Dingley Village is a step closer with a $20 million commitment under an elected Labor Government.” “It will become a great community space where non-profit organisations will share the club’s resources together

with an indoor stadium for community basketball, netball and volleyball teams,” he said. “The new Kennedy Community Centre will also facilitate greater participation in sport by women and girls as well as participants in junior sport, wheelchair AFL and other sports for people with disabilities.” Moneyball: Isaacs MP Mark Dreyfus announced $20 million for Hawthorn’s new Dingley Village home flanked by footy stars like AFLW premiership player Sarah Perkins and Brownlow medallist Tom Mitchell. Picture: Supplied

Lego land: Lego enthusiant Ollie has no shortage of bricks at Frankston’s Lego club. Picture: Supplied

Land for like-minded Lego lovers BRICK building enthusiasts inspired by the hit Lego Masters TV show can hone their skills and talents by joining Frankston’s Lego Club. The club runs sessions every two weeks to provide a space for Lego lovers to exercise their ever expanding imaginations. The mayor Michael O’Reilly said the club is “a great opportunity for children of all ages to test their skills. “If you have your very own

amazing Lego creator at home, why not bring them down to the Frankston Library after school to meet other like-minded Lego lovers,” he said. “Our famous Lego Club runs every second Wednesday night after school and there’s no bookings required.” Children of all ages are welcome. Children under 13 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Sessions run from 4pm until 5pm at 60 Playne Street. The next day the club meets will be 15 May.

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