After months of delay, the Baillieu Government has finally released data detailing the health of the state’s hospital system, with number of people waiting for elective surgery blowing out to 47,760.
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The Baillieu Government’s so-called tough on crime stance is failing with new police crime statistics showing significant rises across nearly all categories.
The Baillieu-Ryan Government’s removal of the permit system for the collection of firewood is being abused with local communities the big losers.
The Baillieu Government has abolished dedicated drug education officers from Victoria's education system as part of its cost-cutting restructure of the education department.
The Baillieu Government is failing Victorian motorists by refusing to release a detailed road safety strategy, instead relying on spin and thought bubbles.
A petition was presented to Parliament containing 3515 names of Victorians calling on the Baillieu Government to stop the savage budget cuts to education.
Today’s decision by the Federal Government to invest $107 million into Victoria’s hospitals now means the Baillieu Government must come clean on the state of the health system.
A young RMIT TAFE student has been faced with a significant hike in course fees due the Baillieu Government’s massive cuts to TAFE.
A single mother of three has been faced with a significant hike in course fees due the Baillieu Government’s massive cuts to TAFE.
A young Chisholm TAFE student has been faced with a significant hike in course fees due the Baillieu Government’s massive cuts to TAFE.
The Melbourne Jazz Co-op has been dealt a cruel blow by the Baillieu Government on the occasion of its thirtieth birthday with vital funding withdrawn as part of overall budget cuts to Arts Victoria.
A Diamond Creek mother who voted Liberal at the last election has pleaded with Mr Baillieu to deliver on his promise to make Victorian teachers the nation’s best paid.
Kennington Primary School has informed parents that in 2013 there will be no assistance to pay for books, excursions and camps as a result of Baillieu Government budget cuts.
The Baillieu Government’s ongoing impasse with teachers on pay and conditions has slashed $2 million from the school camps sector.
Opposition Leader Daniel Andrews is today pleased to announce that Natalie Hutchins, Member for Keilor, has been appointed to Shadow Cabinet.
Opposition Leader Daniel Andrews is today pleased to announce that Tim Pallas, Member for Tarneit, has been appointed Shadow Treasurer in the Labor Shadow Cabinet.
I would like to comment on today’s resignation of Tim Holding, as Member for Lyndhurst, after 13 years of hard work in key portfolio areas throughout his political career.
Today’s mass strike by Victoria’s teachers could have been avoided if Premier Ted Baillieu had kept his promise to make Victorian teachers the highest paid in the nation.