My question is for the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, and I raise the ongoing issues we have had with Mount Martha North beach. They have been ongoing over a number of governments.
This week the Hazelwood Power Station will shutdown in the Latrobe Valley due to policy decisions by the Andrews Labor Government. Hazelwood represents 22 per cent of Victoria’s power generation and 1000 jobs, providing affordable
Just six days ago the Victorian Treasurer issued yet another of his self-serving and selective media releases that we have come to know only too well. The release was issued following extremely disappointing labour force
I must say I thought the representative of the boating capital of Victoria, the member for Essendon, might have got his pilots confused when he was doing his research, but he got to the right
From Hansard, the member for Bendigo East, now Leader of the House, on 24 October 2012: Doing the right thing would be paying back the money … Doing the right thing would be the Premier
My question is for the Minister for Ports. As the minister is aware, in 2016 the Mornington pier suffered extensive damage from an extreme storm event. I have previously raised this matter in the house.
This is a bill with only one purpose, and that purpose is to lock successive governments into the Premier’s profligate public sector wages policy, to lock them in for government after government after government. The
My question is for the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change. This morning I raised the issue of the Andrews government’s neglect of the Mount Martha foreshore reserve. I now raise the issue of
This morning I presented a petition from residents of the Mornington electorate seeking action from the Andrews government to resolve a problem I have raised in this house before — management of the out-of-control level
Dear Editor, We’re two weeks away from summer’s end with storages near 70 per cent full, yet Daniel Andrews still hopes to pump in 50GL from his faulty desal plant. Melbourne’s storages are at a
I rise this morning to acknowledge the retirement of the chief executive officer of the Victorian Auditor-General’s Office, Dr Peter Frost. Dr Frost of course not only was the CEO but also served as the
I raise a matter this evening for the Minister for Education. The action I seek is that the minister refer sufficient funds to the 2017 budget to permit the commencement of urgently needed works at