Victorian Labor welcomes the long-overdue debates in Geelong and Hastings about the future location of the state’s next container port.
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Labor will tackle youth unemployment in the inner east by rebuilding the Local Learning and Employment Network (LLEN).
The Liberals have done it again, ripping half a billion dollars from the car industry and helping drive 100,000 Victorians out of work.
The Napthine Government abandoned Hallam Station, but Labor will build new public toilets for local commuters.
Only Labor will rebuild Lyndale Secondary College and Dandenong High School, Deputy Leader of the Opposition and Shadow Minister for Education, James Merlino, announced today.
Federal Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull recently announced that community channels, including Channel 31, will be shut down and forced to broadcast to the internet.
An elected Victorian Labor Government will extend the South Morang train line to Mernda, Leader of the Opposition, Daniel Andrews announced today.
Labor has serious concerns about the Napthine Government’s plans for a $100 million development at Point Nepean National Park.
Denis Napthine is syphoning funds from the Fire Services Property Levy to take firefighters to court.
The latest Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board annual report shows the crisis in the sector is deepening.
Regional police stations are closing down under the Coalition.
The crisis in the Napthine Government’s child protection system has been laid bare, after the Department of Human Services (DHS) annual report was presented to Parliament showing a 25 per cent jump in the number of children who died whilst in state care.
Once again Liberal Minister for Ports David Hodgett has been caught running from the community refusing to allow questions from the floor during planned port’s debates.
Victorian Labor will establish the Canadian State Park in Ballarat, protecting Eastern Ballarat’s forested skyline forever.
Labor will amend zones so all students in Strathmore and Strathmore Heights can attend Strathmore Secondary College, Shadow Minister for Education, James Merlino, announced today.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics has revealed a massive rise in regional unemployment. Victoria’s youth have been hit the hardest.
Victorians needing emergency treatment are being left to wait – from the moment they dial Triple-O.
Denis Napthine’s Health Minister, David Davis, refused to release ambulance data on a day when Victoria’s health system was in complete meltdown.