Liberal Nationals’ plan to revitalise freight rail to Victoria’s Port

AN elected Liberal Nationals Government will maximise freight movement efficiency and productivity in and out of the Port of Melbourne to boost Victoria’s freight and logistics sector, says Shadow Minister for Ports and Freight David Hodgett.

Taking action against family violence – The Right to Ask, Right to Know Scheme

A LIBERAL Nationals Government will introduce a Family Violence Disclosure Scheme that will give Victorians the right to ask and the right to know about any history of violent criminal offences of a current or former partner, says Opposition Leader Matthew

Prison drones

UNDER Daniel Andrews, contraband such as drugs and weapons have flooded the prison system, encouraging violence, stand-over tactics and other criminal behaviour, says Shadow Minister for Corrections Edward O'Donohue.

Melbourne is jam-packed

DATA released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows Victoria is the fastest growing state in Australia.

RSLs and veterans hit by Labor’s energy crisis

RSL clubs are the latest casualty in Daniel Andrews’ ideologically-driven energy crisis, says Shadow Minister for Veterans Danny O’Brien.

No Energy price cuts, no jobs — Minister can’t explain either

On Friday at PAEC Minister for Energy Lily D’Ambrosio was asked why Victoria is missing out on the retail price falls and freezes being offered in South Australia, Queensland and NSW from July 1 2018.

After 333 days, still no plan to deal with Victoria’s recycling crisis

ANDREWS Labor Government Environment Minister lily D'Ambrosio on Friday admitted she still doesn’t have a plan to deal with Victoria’s growing kerbside waste and recycling crisis, despite claims the government knew about the looming crisis since May 2017.

Victorians less safe under Labor

WHILE Daniel Andrews keeps on spinning about crime statistics, Victorians are less safe under his government.

Ice injecting room only open for business during school hours

THE Andrews Government confirmed this week that their ice injecting room, which is 37 metres from a primary school, will be open during school hours.

Victoria needs a plan for population and decentralisation

REPORTS that Melbourne’s west will grow by the equivalent of “two Canberra’s” confirms the urgent need to plan for population growth, Chair of the Victorian Population Policy Taskforce, Margaret Fitzherbert.

Farmers losing crops as Labor dithers on kangaroo control

VICTORIAN farmers are losing crops and pastures and facing costly damage to fencing due to the Andrews Labor Government’s ongoing delays issuing permits to control rising numbers of kangaroos.