Labor confirms recycling collection in doubt

In Question Time in Parliament yesterday the Minister for Environment, Lily D’Ambrosio refused to guarantee that kerb side recycling collection will continue in Victoria.

Labor’s land release a feeble drop in the ocean

LABOR'S land release of 50,000 blocks over four years is a feeble drop in the ocean given Victoria is growing by 150,000 people per year and Melbourne is the fastest growing city in Australia, says Shadow Minister for Housing Tim Smith.

Communities must be heard on water reform

NORTHERN Victoria’s irrigators and communities must be given more time to provide feedback on the state’s implementation of the Murray Darling Basin Plan, after the Andrews Government botched consultation.

Activists targeting farms shouldn’t get ‘charity’ tax benefits

VICTORIAN Agriculture Minister Jaclyn Symes refused to support farmers this week when asked if the Andrews Government backed the Federal Government’s move to review the charity status of animal activist group Aussie Farms.

Can’t rely on the trains? You’re not alone

VICTORIANS continue to experience a deterioration in the performance of our metropolitan train lines under the Andrews Labor government.

Our farmers need relief from rates and water charges

THE Liberal Nationals yesterday urged Premier Daniel Andrews to go further with support for Victoria’s drought affected farmers and provide shire rates relief and rebates for fixed water charge.

VET numbers plummet under Daniel Andrews

The number of Victorian VET students both undertaking and completing their qualifications continues to plummet year after year under Daniel Andrews.

Planned outages must be halted

With temperatures set to soar over the next few days, the Andrews Labor Government must ensure that any planned outages by energy distributors are postponed, says Shadow Minister for Energy Ryan Smith.

Fixing country roads will save more lives

The reduced road toll for 2018 is a credit to Victorian motorists and police, says Shadow Minister for Rural Roads Roma Britnell.

Violent crime continues to rise under Labor

Today's release of crime statistics for the year ending 30 September 2018 shows that violent crime continues to increase to record levels, says Shadow Minister for Community Safety David Southwick.

Lib Nats to introduce skin cancer check program

AN elected Liberal Nationals government will partner with the Lions Clubs Districts of Victoria to provide mobile skin cancer checks in Victoria.