Labor can’t explain secrecy on Animal Welfare Victoria

Agriculture Minister Jaala Pulford has refused to explain her decision to establish Animal Welfare Victoria without any consultation with livestock and intensive industries, says Shadow Minister for Agriculture Peter Walsh.

Get Victoria Moving

Today I’m announcing the biggest traffic congestion-busting project in Victoria’s history, says Opposition Leader Matthew Guy.

CFA volunteers newsletter burnt by Andrews

Daniel Andrews continues his attempts to silence CFA Volunteers with his latest nasty cut of funding for FIRE WISE, an important communication tool for volunteers, says Shadow Emergency Services Minister Brad Battin.

Do Ormond right next time – Legislative Council

The Legislative Council of the Victorian Parliament today revoked Amendment C170 to the Glen Eira Planning Scheme which would otherwise have facilitated the development of a 13 storey tower above Ormond Railway Station, says Shadow Minister for Public Transport David

Labor falls short on palliative care funding

The Andrews Labor Government’s last minute palliative care announcement falls well short of matching the Liberal Nationals $140 million commitment and fails to deliver the additional palliative care support Victorians need, says Shadow Minister for Health Mary

Labor’s desperate diesel backflip

Reports today that Victoria will need expensive diesel generators to keep the lights on and the air-conditioners running this hot summer shows how desperate the energy crisis is under Daniel Andrews, says Shadow Minister for Energy David Southwick.

Labor must commit to 12 month extension on eID

The Andrews Labor Government’s late announcement on Friday of a price for electronic identification (eID) tags for sheep and goats next year is long overdue, says Shadow Minister for Agriculture Peter Walsh.

Metropolitan Remand Centre Prison Riot

Daniel Andrews' decision to plead guilty to the serious workplace safety charges brought by WorkSafe following the Metropolitan Remand Centre (MRC) prisoner riot in June 2015 is further confirmation that this was another serious law and order stuff-up by the Andrews Government,

More than $20M in education pork barreling

Shadow Education Minister Tim Smith says more than $20 million has been promised to schools in the Northcote electorate as Labor desperatley clings on to hope of winning the upcoming by-election.

$15 million for Police Station in Clyde North

THE Liberal Nationals yesterday committed to funding the purchase of land and building of a $15 million Clyde North Police Station if they win government.

Labor cuts funding to sign language courses

The Andrews Labor Government has cut funding for Australian sign language (AUSLAN) courses, says Shadow Minister for Training, Skills and Apprenticeships Steph Ryan.

Dog breeders slam Labor’s secrecy on change

ALARM bells are ringing for Victorian dog breeders as the Andrews Labor Government dithers on its proposed Domestic Animals Amendment (Puppy Farms And Pet Shops) Bill 2016, says Shadow Minister for Agriculture Peter Walsh.