Labor’s solar rebates mess

Daniel Andrews’ surprise cap on solar panel rebates has sent shockwaves through the industry with at least one solar panel installation business already dramatically cutting staff numbers.

Coalition delivers farm trespass law review

A parliamentary inquiry to fix farm trespass laws and better protect Victorian farmers will be established after a strong community-driven campaign supported by the Liberal Nationals.

Liberal Nationals put up motion to fix farm trespass laws

Victorian Parliament will today debate the Liberal Nationals’ motion to fix farm trespass laws.

New and increased taxes behind Labor’s budget delay

Today in Parliament, Shadow Treasurer, Louise Staley called out Labor on the real reason they have delayed the state budget – because Labor plan to slug Victorians with new and increased taxes.

UFU boss fights for his salary, not firefighters

Firefighters will be outraged when they arrive at work today to protect our community knowing that Daniel Andrews’ mate, the UFU boss, Peter Marshall is being paid over $400 000 a year, says Shadow Minister for Emergency Services Brad Battin.

Labor’s sham plantation plan

Daniel Andrews’ plantation timber ‘plan’ is a sham, says Shadow Minister for Agriculture Peter Walsh.

Review must focus on country council rates

The massive inequity in the rates paid by city and country Victorians must be the focus of the government’s review into Victoria’s local government rating system, says Shadow Treasurer Louise Staley.

Fines Victoria IT system another Andrews Government bungle

The bungled IT system introduced by the Andrews Labor Government for Fines Victoria will continue to be plagued with problems for at least several more months, says Shadow Attorney-General Edward O'Donohue.

Stronger laws the priority to protect Victorian farmers

The Andrews Labor Government is stalling on calls to fix farm trespass laws, despite Victorian farmers and farm businesses still being relentlessly targeted by extreme activists, says Shadow Minister for Agriculture Peter Walsh.

What nasty surprises does Daniel Andrews have in store for Victorians by delaying the budget?

Postponing Victoria's budget tells us that this is a bad budget that Labor is trying to hide from Victorians, says Opposition Leader Michael O'Brien.

Referral to IBAC of Labor’s taxpayer-funded ads

The Victorian Liberal Nationals are referring four departmental secretaries to the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) for potential breaches of Section 97C of the Public Administration Act.

Activists or not – break the law, face the consequences

Victorian farmers should be able to go to work without fear of harassment, intimidation or threats against them, their family or their business, says Shadow Minister for Agriculture Peter Walsh.