Have Your Say on the Apple Store at Federation Square
Listen to my comments at Federation square yesterday here.
Record Funding boost for palliative care
Liberal National Coalition Sunday 20 August 2017 Record Funding boost for palliative care A Liberal Nationals Government will provide an additional $140m to deliver world class community palliative care in Victoria. This will be the largest investment of its kind in Australia. In 2015/16, funding for palliative care provided support […]
NOISY SKY RAIL BLOCKS 16 STOREY CARNEGIE TOWER
VCAT has refused a permit for a 16 level apartment building with ground level retail at 8 Egan Street Carnegie next to Labor’s Sky Rail. VCAT found rail noise to be a central issue: “the acoustic evidence indicates the elevated rail structure will give rise to higher noise emissions as […]
Inquiry into the Owners Corporations Amendment (Short-Stay Accommodation) Bill 2016
Thursday 8th June 2017 Inquiry into the Owners Corporations Amendment (Short-Stay Accommodation) Bill 2016 Findings & Recommendations can be found here. Inquiry into the Owners Corporations Amendment (Short-Stay Accommodation) Bill 2016 Chair’s Forward can be read here. Friday 12th May 2017 Mother’s Day Page 5 11 May 2017 COUNCIL […]
HANDS OFF OUR CFA AND OUR VOLUNTEERS
The UFU and Andrews Labor Government attack on the CFA and its 60,000 volunteers will impact all Victorians including those from the city. Listen to my comments in Parliament here:
ANDREW’S LABOR GOVERNMENT DODGES QUESTION ON CAMPUS VIOLENCE
Read my question to the Minister for International Education, Steve Herbert, on what steps has he taken to protect students on campus from gang violence.
Rates cap will bear no resemblance to the CPI
Minister for Local Government, Natalie Hutchins is having a lend of Victorians when she said in a media release today: “The Local Government Act Amendment Bill … will stop councils raising their rates above a cap, based on the Melbourne Consumer Price Index.” The one thing that the cap […]
New Andrews Government tax on new home buyers and renovators
The Andrews Government demand for a dividend from the Victorian Managed Insurance Authority in its Budget is at odds with the direction of the recent Auditor’-Generals Report. The Opposition is concerned that the Government’s massive new tax on the Victorian Managed Insurance Authority (VMIA) will see a $50 million impost […]