The Napthine Government has passed legislation that will see Victoria’s world renowned National Parks carved up and sold to the highest bidder.
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The $1.2 billion cut from TAFE has devastated the sector with nine percent fewer students enrolling in 2013 than at the same time last year.
Regional taxi operators have been left out in the cold because of the Napthine Government’s special deal with former Liberal MP Geoff Shaw.
The Premier has angrily avoided questions about a horror night for the ambulance system in Victoria’s second largest city, Geelong.
Premier Denis Napthine has continued to ignore the growing ambulance crisis happening in Dandenong and dismissed the moves by Dandenong Hospital to convert a waiting area into extra triage space without any medical support facilities.
Denis Napthine cannot be trusted when it comes to delivering for students and schools in Victoria.
Premier Denis Napthine has failed to acknowledge the growing ambulance crisis happening in Geelong and failed to rule out that it would adversely affect the safety of the community during the upcoming school holidays.
New evidence has emerged that the Napthine Government is neglecting Victoria’s outer suburban growth areas.
Mentally ill patients in the Gippsland Region are suffering from a lack of availability of services under the Napthine Government.
Mentally ill patients in the Barwon Region are suffering from a lack of availability of services under the Napthine Government.
Mentally ill patients in North-East Victoria are suffering from a lack of availability of services under the Napthine Government.
here has been a major jump in the number of mentally ill patients forced to wait in emergency departments for longer than eight hours across regional and rural Victoria.
The Napthine Government claims of a strong economy are in tatters with Australian Bureau of Statistics figures showing more than 50,000 jobs were lost in the May quarter reporting period and housing approvals slumped below NSW for the first time since 2007.
Manufacturing jobs continue to plummet under the Napthine Government’s mismanagement of the Victorian economy.
Paramedics were kept in the dark and forced to drive ambulance vehicles for months after Ambulance Victoria and the Napthine Government had identified a catastrophic engine failure in their EURO4 fleet.
180 aged care beds have already closed as Denis Napthine moves towards the full privatisation of aged care facilities across Victoria.
The Ballarat-Colac Road has deteriorated to a dangerous state with an increasing number of potholes and crumbling shoulders because of Napthine Government road funding cuts over the past two years.
The State Opposition has called for a thorough independent investigation into the latest failure of the Emergency Services’ communications systems which happened at 7am on Monday June 17.