Coalition will use dedicated Rural Crime Squad

A Liberal Nationals Government will establish a new Livestock and Rural Crime Squad to specialise in dealing with rural crime including farm and livestock theft, says member for Benambra Bill Tilley.

Liberal Nationals give young leaders a platform

A Liberal Nationals Government will ensure more young Victorians in Benambra have the chance to participate in Youth Parliament to influence and develop legislation that matters to them.

$200,000 for Cudgewa Netball Courts

A Liberal Nationals Government will deliver new and improved netball courts to the Cudgewa Recreation Reserve as part of a $200,000 makeover, says member for Benambra Bil Tilley.

Major restoration for Corryong & District Memorial Hall

A Liberal Nationals Government will deliver a $250,000 makeover of the Corryong & District Memorial Hall if elected in November.

CROSS BORDER ROUNDTABLE A MEDIA STUNT

THE latest Victorian budget hearings have exposed Labor’s involvement in the cross border roundtable in Wodonga this week as little more than a media stunt.

Deer Minister, get off your hobby horse

Member for Benambra Bill Tilley has told the Victorian Parliament that deer and not brumbies are the biggest threat to the alps.

Mt Beauty Airport plan takes off

Bill Tilley says Mt Beauty Airport is well-placed to take advantage of aviation funding under a Liberal-Nationals Government.

Barkly Park $350,000 makeover under Coalition

Barkly Park will get a $350,000 makeover under a Matthew Guy Liberal Nationals Government, says member for Benambra Bill Tilley.

Budget needs to deliver

Tomorrow’s state budget looks at this stage to be a re-hash of old announcements, some motherhood promises to those of us outside Melbourne and almost a complete disregard for our needs in education, health, public transport and roads.

Wodonga Council fails to address Ombudsman concerns

Member for Benambra Bill Tilley fears Wodonga Council has learnt nothing from the damning report into its overcharging ratepayers almost $20 million.

Drop dunnies belong in the 1800s

A Liberal Nationals government would replace Middle Indigo Primary School’s long-drop toilets with modern amenities that better serve its students and its place as a community hub.