Parkwood Secondary College, one of the schools within the Maroondah Regeneration project, could be forced to close at the end of the year leaving students, their families and teaching staff with an uncertain future.
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The Baillieu Government has reduced funding for Home and Community Care (HACC) services across Victoria, which will see waiting lists grow and more families move relatives into permanent care earlier.
The Baillieu Government has reduced funding for Home and Community Care (HACC) services across Victoria, which will see waiting lists grow and more families move relatives into full time care earlier.
Premier Ted Baillieu has put politics ahead of people living with disability after he joined ranks with fellow Liberal Premiers to turn down a proposal from the Federal Labor Government to set up the first stages of the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Regional and Rural Victoria has missed out on billions of investment dollars due to the Baillieu Government’s anti-renewable energy policy.
The Baillieu Government has peeled away funding to a successful program that provided healthy fresh fruit to school children across the State.
Changes proposed by the Baillieu Government this week will result in smaller backyards while allowing businesses to take over our suburbs.
The Baillieu Government has compromised Terang College student safety by axing the school speed zone program.
Rural and regional Victorians are again bearing the brunt of the Baillieu government’s failure to release a jobs plan.
Alarming figures show that Shepparton Regional Hospital has more people waiting longer for elective surgery.
Alarming figures show that Latrobe Hospital has more people waiting longer for elective surgery.
An alarming blow out in elective surgery waiting lists has undermined the Baillieu Government’s claim to have delivered 100 new hospital beds.
Police Minister Peter Ryan has admitted he will not meet his election promise to have two PSOs patrolling stations across the rail network.
The Baillieu Government’s investment in Wangaratta’s manufacturing sector needs to lift to ensure manufacturing remains viable and jobs can be created.
The Baillieu Government’s failure to invest in Victoria and create jobs has contributed to 15 consecutive months of falling job advertisements.
Premier Ted Baillieu’s law and order policy is in tatters with figures showing police numbers falling in high growth areas.
Regional train commuters will not have access to paramedic services once the Regional Rail Link is operational.
The Baillieu Government has refused to rule out tolling upgraded and existing roads.