Denis Napthine’s aged care sell-off in Frankston and on the Mornington Peninsula is complete, with 90 bed licences to be sold to the private sector.
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Denis Napthine must stop fighting his own Coalition and fight for jobs in Victoria’s creative industry.
The Auditor General has slammed the Napthine Government’s handling of its botched rail scheme, in a report released today.
The Napthine Government is still yet to make interlocks in motor vehicles mandatory for first-time offender drink drivers. The Government had the opportunity to pass the Road Safety Amendment Bill 2014 for the last two sitting weeks, instead it focused on its own internal divisions..
An Auditor General report shows the dysfunctional Napthine Government is unfit to manage major projects.
Denis Napthine and the Liberals are ripping off water bill payers, the Government watchdog revealed.
The Auditor-General has made a scathing assessment of the Napthine Government’s management of recreational maritime safety in Victoria.
A 45 year old Werribee man fell off a ladder and waited for an hour before an ambulance finally arrived, but Denis Napthine still can’t admit our ambulance system is in crisis.
A Kinglake woman died after waiting 23 minutes for an ambulance while her family performed CPR but Denis Napthine still can’t admit our ambulance system is in crisis.
Emergency service workers have waited too long for new laws to protect them in the workplace.
The Liberal Government broke a promise to deliver a 24-hour police station in Mt Waverley. Local Liberal MP Michael Gidley must apologise.
The Liberal Government broke a promise to deliver a 16-hour police station in Ashburton. Local Liberal MP Graham Watt must apologise.
The Liberal Government broke a promise to deliver a 24-hour police station in Rowville. Local Liberal MP Nick Wakeling must apologise.
It is ‘unreasonable’ for regional Victorians to expect their ambulances to arrive on time, the Napthine Government says.
The warring Victorian Liberal and National parties must stop fighting each other and join with Labor to fight potential cuts to regional ABC services.
Victorian Labor will build the next stage of the William Ruthven Secondary College, Deputy Leader of the Opposition and Shadow Minister for Education, James Merlino, announced.
A 75 year-old woman from Sunbury was forced to wait 25 minutes for an ambulance to arrive after suffering a stroke, but Denis Napthine still can’t admit our ambulance system is in crisis.
A 91-year-old Lilydale woman fell off a verandah and waited an hour for an ambulance, but Denis Napthine still can’t admit our ambulance system is in crisis.