Water Minister Lisa Neville has announced plans to make Melbourne’s expensive desalination plant even bigger today, while doubling down on Labor’s no dams policy.
Following Daniel Andrews’ shamelessly partisan $1.7m “Fair Share” ad campaign to try to help Bill Shorten get to the Lodge, the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) and Victorian Ombudsman called for “prompt” legislative change to stop this sort of
The public have a right to know where illegal stockpiles of dangerous chemicals exist, and what the Andrews Labor Government is doing about it, says Shadow Minister for Workplace Safety Nick Wakeling.
Minister for Health, Jenny Mikakos has avoided answering one of the biggest questions facing Victoria’s embattled health system -- how many other community health organisations is the Minister aware of that are having financial problems and sought assistance from the state?
Reducing country speed limits will increase the amount of time Victorians are on the road separated from family, says Shadow Minister for Rural Roads Roma Britnell.
On the same day that the latest release of the hopeless solar panel rebate scheme crashed electricity generation company, Energy Australia, has warned that Labor’s aggressive push towards wind and solar electricity generation will send electricity prices through the roof and
Labor’s dodgy $1.7 million “fair share” advertising campaign, conducted during the federal election campaign, was nothing more than a blatant abuse of Victorians’ money to help put Bill Shorten in the Lodge.
The interim report of the Parliamentary Inquiry into Victoria’s waste crisis has delivered a damning verdict on Labor’s failure to manage the waste and recycling industry.
Labor’s embattled Environment Minister, Lily D’Ambrosio, confirmed in Question Time today that not one cent of Government funding will go towards removing the massive stockpiles of recycling sitting in warehouses across Melbourne.