The 2013-14 Budget Reply delivered in the Victorian Parliament on 9 May 2013.
Find out what the 2013-14 Victorian Budget means for your family.
You'd think cutting fire services once would be enough. But the Victorian Coalition have done it again.
The Victorian Coalition promised to deliver 800 news hospital beds. Where are they?
Find out more about Victorian Labor's Plan to Secure Local Jobs for Local Workers.
Daniel Andrews' speech to Victorian Labor's State Conference at Moonee Valley Racecourse on Saturday 21 April 2013.
The Napthine Government's windfarms policy is putting 50,000 jobs at risk.
The Liberal National Government’s decision to rip $290 million a year – almost $1.2 billion in total – out of TAFE was a terrible choice.
If you've been affected by the growing health crisis in Victoria, share your story today.
Victorian Labor’s Plan for Jobs and Growth will return Victoria to an economic powerhouse by creating jobs for Victorian families, investing in skills and training and providing an infrastructure pipeline.
For decades, cruelty lived in our homes and in our hospitals. For decades, it was sanctioned by successive Governments. It was methodical and it was inhumane. It was performed by trusted members of our community. And it remains our shame.
Daniel Andrews' contribution to the debate referring the Member for Frankston to the Privileges Committee.
On a recent visit to Bendigo, Daniel met the Strathdale Quilters who have made a special quilt to raise money for charity.
As we approach the half way mark of the Baillieu Government’s term in office I want to give you some thoughts on their achievements and more importantly detail some of my priorities for the next two years and beyond.
Premier Baillieu was elected on the promise that his government would reduce the cost of living for Victorian families, but after nearly two years in government he has yet to deliver on this commitment.
Massive funding cuts to health in Victoria have caused elective surgery performance to fall to levels not seen for nearly a decade.
We're here tonight to remember the horror and terror, the brutality and the cowardice of the attacks of September 11, 2001.
Today, thousands of teachers and principals from every part of Victoria will jump in cars, catch buses and board trains into the heart of Melbourne to march on Parliament House against Ted Baillieu. They are seeking from the Premier not a dollar more or a dollar less than they were promised.
Ted Baillieu's refusal to sign up to the trial of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is yet another example of the Premier either doing nothing or getting it completely wrong.
Much has been said about the implications of Labor's hard-earned victory in the Melbourne by-election last weekend.
When Ted Baillieu made the decision to cut $290 million from the TAFE sector, he either didn’t understand or didn’t care how it would impact on Victorians.
The Baillieu Government’s decision to cut free Whooping Cough vaccinations for the parents is about topping up the State coffers by putting newborns at risk.
Address by Daniel Andrews to the Victorian Labor State Conference.
The 2012-13 Budget Reply speech delivered by Shadow Treasurer Tim Holding.
The Baillieu Government’s second budget is a horror budget for Victorian families who were hoping for a government with a plan to save jobs. Ted Baillieu has failed the test of leadership. This is a Budget of excuses and no solutions.
Victorian Labor has announced the first stage of its plan to keep Victorians in work and is asking the community and business groups to have their say.
Nothing is more important than a job. It's how families pay their mortgage, how they pay their grocery bills and how they support their children.
In Victoria, road safety has always received bipartisan support. But Labor won't stand by while the Baillieu Government does nothing to make our roads safer.
I am proud to have supported nurses and midwives at hospitals in Melbourne and throughout regional Victoria in calling for the protection of nurse to patient ratios.
Ted Baillieu has surely underestimated the community’s support of nurses.
If we haven’t been personally cared for by a nurse, we know a loved one who has.
The Premier may not respect the work of nurses, but Victorians do.