This policy will not only help Victoria reach our emissions targets, it will put money back in household budgets through significant cuts to power bills.
The Andrews Labor Government has invested $1.8 billion for a comprehensive program of road upgrades and maintenance in the west, to cater for Melbourne's rapid growth.
“By the end of June, the state’s elective surgery waiting list sat at 36,096 patients, the lowest number on record and a 28 per cent drop on five years ago.”
This ban will mean the valuable metals on these devices can be used for newer generation items, while also ensuring that they do not end up in landfill.
Earlier this month, on behalf of the Andrews Labor Government, I had the pleasure of opening the 2017 Melbourne West Jobs Fair at Victoria University Sunshine.
Major widening works to the EJ Whitten Bridge ramps up with two large remotely controlled cranes being assembled ahead of works starting next week.
Representing Minister Hutchins, today, along with the mayor for Melton Cr Sophie Ramsey, I had the pleasure of opening Fraser Street Reserve in Melton following upgrades made and announcing the completion of the Melton Aged Services Centre redevelopment.
On the 8th of March I had the opportunity to stand up in Parliament and wish Victoria a happy International Women's Day.
I had the pleasure of celebrating Westbourne Grammar’s sesquicentennial sculpture park opening... Congratulations to the staff of Westbourne Grammar for this lifetime achievement and milestone and I wish the school and class of 2017 all the best.
Today I signed the pledge to advance the argument for the need of a portable long service leave scheme for community and social sector workers.
Local residents and commuters out west will benefit from a huge package of road upgrade and maintenance works that will cut travel times, improve road safety and better connect communities in key growth corridors.
Women and children fleeing family violence will have a safe place to call home with 20 affordable units being built in Newport, funded by the Andrews Labor Government. Minister for Consumer Affairs Marlene Kairouz was joined today by Members for Western Metropolitan Cesar Melhem and..
The Main Road and Furlong Road level crossings have been removed, while work on the removal of two more crossings ramps up across town. The removal comes with the opening of two new stations, and the return of train services following a month-long construction blitz. The..
Work has commenced on strengthening and widening the EJ Whitten bridge. The upgrade will create more traffic lanes and fix the notorious traffic deadlock that exists on the M80 between Keilor Park Drive and Furlong Road. The upgrade includes new public safety barriers – which the community has..
On Sunday I attended the official opening of the new Brimbank City Council building on behalf of the Minister for Local Government Natalie Hutchins.
Fixing the notorious bottle neck between Sunshine Avenue and the Calder Freeway.
Today I had the pleasure to meet the grade 6 children of Seabrook Primary School Point Cook, witness the “Anzac Centenary – Victoria’s Journey of Remembrance” roadshow perform and formally launch “Messenger Dogs – Tales of WWI”.
My view now is that I support the majority report on the inquiry to provide Victorians with self‑determination. If a patient at the end of his or her life — and we are talking about the end of their life — wants to make the decision themself to end their life on their own terms, I think they should be given that right.