Archives for November, 2011

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‘Do Nothing’ Baillieu Fails Bendigo Residents

Daniel Andrews | 

Families from Bendigo have been let down by the Baillieu Government, which has spent the past 12 months reviewing projects, cutting services and failing to deliver on key election commitments.

Baillieu Fails Workers As Economy Stalls One Year On

Tim Pallas | 

Victorian workers and job seekers have been hit hard during the first year of the Baillieu Government with 17,100 more unemployed in Victoria now than in December last year.

School Education Gutted During Year Of Baillieu Cuts

Rob Hulls | 

One year on, Victorian school students are worse off under the Baillieu Government thanks to a halving of school capital works funding and massive cuts to education programs.

Victoria’s Health System Hits Rock Bottom One Year On

Gavin Jennings | 

As the Baillieu Government gets set to celebrate its first anniversary, health professionals are all saying the same thing - Victoria’s health system has “never been as bad as this”.

‘Do Nothing’ Baillieu Fails Ballarat Residents

Daniel Andrews | 

Families from Ballarat have been let down by the Baillieu Government, which has spent the past 12 months reviewing projects, cutting services and failing to deliver on key election commitments.

Baillieu Must Step Up As Labor Throws Lifeline To BSafe

Jill Hennessy | 

The Baillieu Government must accept its responsibilities and deliver ongoing funding for an award-winning family violence program after Federal Labor stepped in with lifeline funding.

Victorian Labor Supports Nurse-To-Patient Ratios

Daniel Andrews | 

Labor Leader Daniel Andrews today recommitted a future Labor Government to reinstating nurse-to-patient ratios and fixing any damage done by Premier Baillieu and his Government.

Labor Fights For Local Community Gas Connection

Jacinta Allan | 

The Labor Opposition has taken Wandong and Heathcote Junction families’ fight for natural gas to State Parliament demanding the Baillieu Government make good on its promise to connect the towns.