Liberal Nationals to introduce legislation to create a new offence of ramming a police vehicle

The Liberal Nationals yesterday introduced legislation into parliament to create a new offence of ramming a police vehicle which will provide a two-year statutory minimum and 10-year maximum jail term to be served cumulatively, not concurrently

Tax Bill amendments to help regional and rural councils

THE Coalition are proposing a number of amendments to the State Taxation Acts Amendment Bill 2017 in the Legislative Council today.

Daniel Andrews: fighting terrorism with more reviews

We need action and tougher laws to fight terrorism not another review, says Shadow Attorney General John Pesutto.

The Liberal Nationals have a three point plan to fix bail. Daniel Andrews defends the status quo.

HOW many more of these violent incidents does Daniel Andrews need before he admits the bail system is broken?, asks Liberal leader Matthew Guy.

Heyfield mill closure to begin early

AUSTRALIAN Sustainable Hardwoods has announced today it will close its Heyfield mill earlier than planned.

Commercial Passenger Vehicle Industry Bill

THE Liberal Nationals are considering the recommendations of the committee’s report into the Commercial Passenger Vehicle Industry Bill (2017) which was released last week, says Shadow Transport Minister David Hodgett.

Drug crime rising under Labor

Daniel Andrews’ Ice Action plan is a $184 million dud, says Shadow Minister for Mental Health Emma Kealy.

Pulford puts head in sand on impact of CFA change on country

REGIONAL Development Minister Jaala Pulford has shamefully refused to answer questions in Parliament on the Victorian Government’s plan, announced on Friday, to disaggregate the CFA and create a union dominated paid fire authority, says Shadow Minister for Local

Liberal Nationals will campaign to protect the CFA

It is Liberal Nationals policy to respect our CFA volunteers and not break up the CFA says Shadow Minister for Emergency Services Brad Battin.

Labor fox control off track

JAALA Pulford’s lack of interest in the wild dog control program looks to have extended to the resoundingly successful Fox Bounty, says Shadow Agriculture Minister Peter Walsh.

Andrews’ land valuation tax grab will cause job losses and service cuts

DANIEL Andrews’ sneaky land tax grab, driven by moving from two yearly to annual land valuations will force councils to cut local services to pay the extra costs and charges while Daniel Andrews reaps a massive $200 million dividend, says Shadow Minister for Local

Students less likely to find a job under Daniel Andrews

JUST half of students enrolled in vocational education and training in Victoria are more likely to get a job as a result of their training, says Shadow Minister for Skills, Training and Apprenticeships Steph Ryan.