North east line trains later than ever

Nearly half the services on the north-east line were late in June – the worst result since Daniel Andrews was elected in 2014.

Labor’s cladding crisis continues

The cladding crisis in Victoria will continue unabated after Labor’s manifestly inadequate announcement, says Shadow Minister for Planning Tim Smith.

Iconic bathing box call more belly flop, needs back flip

Victoria’s bathing boxes decorating our beaches are much loved by locals and tourists alike, but under a new Labor plan they’ll be ripped off our beaches.

Regional highway patrols in reverse under Daniel Andrews

The release of the latest Victoria Police employees by location data highlights 7 out of Victoria’s 10 police divisions located in regional Victoria have had their highway patrol numbers cut or remain unchanged under Daniel Andrews, says Shadow Minister for Police David

Corrections Victoria: A workplace culture in chaos

Reports yesterday showing a cowardly attack on an intellectually disabled wheelchair-bound former inmate

Andrews’ recycling crisis set to get worse

Victoria’s recycling crisis is set to get worse as it has now been revealed more than 22,000 tonnes of household recycling was dumped into landfill earlier this year.

Regional Victorians’ safety comes second under Daniel Andrews

New Police figures released today by the Victorian Police Association highlights that contrary to Labor’s rhetoric, regional Victorians are not getting their fair share of new police resources under Daniel Andrews, says Shadow Minister for Corrections David Southwick.

Labor fails in Free TAFE rollout

Labor’s failure to effectively implement its Free TAFE policy has resulted in significant staff shortages, ballooning class sizes, and raises serious concerns about the quality of pathways to jobs for students, says Shadow Minister for Training and Skills Mary

Ring, ring, anyone there? – More phones won’t plug holes in frontline Police

The announcement by the Andrews Labor Government of a new crime reporting hotline will come as little comfort to Victorians struggling to get Police to respond when they need it most, says Shadow Minister for Police David Southwick.

Labor fights the road toll with more words and bureaucracy

THE announcement of Road Safety Victoria shows that Daniel Andrews has no real plans or ideas to tackle Victoria’s surging road toll, says Shadow Minister for Road Safety Gordon Rich-Phillips.

Up, up and away – CityLink tolls up again

Yesterday marked the first day of the Andrews Labor Government’s secret deal to increase tolls on CityLink to fund a different road – the West Gate Tunnel, says Shadow Minister for Transport Infrastructure David Davis.

Frontline cut as police fight court case and booze buses plagued with faults

Victoria Police are lurching from one crisis to another under this State Government.