Panic, backflip, spin, repeat

Today the Andrews Labor Government rushed out an announcement for an unfunded prison to be built one day in the future at a location they can’t say.

Improved education standards. Better education outcomes. More opportunities for our kids.

EDUCATION is the key to hope and opportunity, says Opposition Leader Matthew Guy and Shadow Education Minister Tim Smith.

Taking our water, ignoring the consequences

Shadow Water Minister Steph Ryan has slammed the release of a report recommending more water recovery for Basin communities, while a critical socio-economic impact review of the Basin Plan remains incomplete.

Mobile CCTV to combat gang crime

A Liberal Nationals Government will work with the Chief Commissioner to establish a Victoria Police Mobile CCTV Cameras Surveillance Unit to help make our streets safer, especially at events throughout the state with large numbers of people, says Opposition Leader Matthew

Victoria — unemployment central under Labor

Today’s unemployment figures show that while the NSW economy continues to stride ahead, Victoria remains at the back of the pack weighed down by Daniel Andrews’ 12 new taxes and over $20 billion in budget blowouts, says Shadow Treasurer Michael O'Brien.

Labor at risk of Hazelwood 2.0

If Daniel Andrews forces another power station to close, we would have lost nearly half our power supply since he was elected, says Shadow Energy Minister David Southwick.

Dan should duck for cover

Daniel Andrews has ignored his own consultation process by imposing new restrictions on Victorian hunters in the 2018 duck season, says Coalition deputy leader Peter Walsh.

Victoria leading the nation in drug crime

Victoria’s already the ice capital of Australia. On Monday, Melbourne was named Australia’s pot capital recording the highest number of cultivation offences in the nation, says Shadow Minister for Country Health Emma Kealy.

Do the crime, do the time

THE Liberal Nationals propose an amendment to the Sentencing Act 1991 to ensure that offenders who commit violence crimes while on bail or parole do not avoid serving additional jail time for those offences by receiving a concurrent sentence.

Budget confirms tax and spending blow out

Daniel Andrews is fuelling his record spend on bureaucrats and cost blow outs with record high taxes on Victorian households, says Shadow Treasurer Michael O'Brien.

Recall Parliament and the Premier from holidays

Crime doesn’t take a holiday, says Shadow Attorney General John Pesutto.

Threat of water loss remains for North East

Shadow Water Minister Steph Ryan has called on all Basin ministers to commit to reviewing whether South Australia’s Lower Lakes even need an extra 450GL of water from upstream states, including Victoria.