Bill’s Statements and Opinions

Staying grounded and true to the community’s values through praise and adversity alike is one of my core qualities. And t is essential for a true collaboration that leads to improvement for everyone.

What I do in the Parliament and in the electorate is not limited to what appears in the media or on the Parliamentary records. Much of my work is in collaboration with Ministers, parliamentary colleagues and department heads designed to provide outcomes and solutions, not simply media grabs

02 Dec 2020

Labor cuts funds to another government watchdog

Daniel Andrews has slashed funding to another government watchdog investigating his party – this time about a 30 per cent funding cut to the Victorian Ombudsman. […]
01 Dec 2020

Labor’s seasonal worker media blitz not working for Victoria

A glossy media campaign to attract seasonal workers, announced yesterday by the Andrews Labor Government, is an insulting step backwards for Victoria’s agriculture sector after months […]
29 Nov 2020
Who will deal with drunks in public places under Labor's new laws?

Who will deal with drunks in public places under Labor’s new laws?

The Andrews Labor Government’s plans to decriminalise public drunkenness, without proper stakeholder consultation, raises more questions than answers.
26 Nov 2020
Crozier calls on Labor to fund Albury Wodonga Health projects

Crozier calls on Labor to fund Albury Wodonga Health projects

Media wants to know why the Victorism government was ot matching New South Wales funding. Crozier seeks from the minister the required funding to Albury Wodonga Health and gets projects underway.
26 Nov 2020
Crozier calls on Labor to fund Albury Wodonga Health projects

Labor must get waterfront regulations right and protect our rivers and streams

The Legislative Assembly has voted to approve Labor’s 11th hour amendments to the Parks and Crown Land Legislation Amendment Bill which will allow unrestricted camping access to thousands of km of licensed water frontages in Victoria.
23 Nov 2020
Kylie breakfast radio MOB - Labor’s new tax on jobs

Labor’s new tax on jobs

We need to make it cheaper and easier for small business to grow, to just to get back on their feet. Not make it harder.
19 Nov 2020
Shearer training two years in the making, but still not delivering results

Shearer training two years in the making, but still not delivering results

The funding for shearer training was first announced in the lead-up to the 2018 State Election. But by May 2020, just 35 of the 125 enrolments were filled and just 2 of 8 promised locations actually delivering the training.
18 Nov 2020
outdoor education for kids

Let kids be kids

The Liberal Nationals are calling on the government to help kids get outdoors and support the outdoor education sector, which has taken a huge beating due to Daniel Andrews’ second wave. It’s time they had the support to rebuild their businesses.
17 Nov 2020
Labor and crossbenchers ignore environment, wildlife, bushfire and biosecurity risks on licensed water frontages

Labor and crossbenchers ignore environment, wildlife, bushfire and biosecurity risks on licensed water frontages

Over several months there has been growing community concern and opposition to the Andrews Labor Government’s proposal to allow camping on licensed water frontages from environmental groups.