Senior Victorians have lost out in the Napthine Government’s 2013 Budget, proving that a change in face doesn’t necessarily equate to a change in policy. The 2013-14 Victorian State Budget makes significant cuts to seniors programs and activities, short-changes pensioners by failing to increase concession..
Topic: "Budget 2013"
The Napthine Government has cut tens of millions of dollars from community sport programs in its Budget that will make it harder for clubs to provide basic facilities.
The Napthine Government has cut millions of dollars worth of concessions from Victorians in this week’s State Budget.
This year's state budget has failed to address the financial pressures on Sunraysia TAFE.
This year's state budget has failed to address the financial pressures on South West Institute of TAFE.
This year's state budget has failed to address the financial pressures on Goulburn Ovens TAFE.
This year's state budget has failed to address the financial pressures on GippsTAFE and Advance TAFE.
This year’s state budget has failed to address the financial pressures on Bendigo TAFE.
This year’s state budget has failed to address the financial pressures on Wodonga Institute of TAFE.
The State Budget has revealed that the Napthine Government has cut an additional $48.6 million from the Department of Justice and increased avenues to raise revenue from Victorian taxpayers.
Denis Napthine’s first State Budget shows that despite changing leaders, Victorians still can’t trust the Liberal Government to invest in better services for our youngest Victorians.
Victoria’s ambulance service is being gripped by crisis, with Denis Napthine’s first budget as Premier showing the Government has failed to meet a series of targets.
Today’s Liberal State Budget continued to slash funding for new public transport projects ensuring that commuters will be facing critical capacity shortages in the near future.
Premier Napthine’s first Budget has again failed to invest in public housing, despite nearly 37,000 people waiting for housing in Victoria.
The Napthine Government has cut the $20 million Trade Bonus in yesterday’s State Budget that will see skilled apprentices no longer eligible to receive a funding grant at the commencement of their apprenticeship.
The Napthine Government can’t be trusted to deliver the infrastructure investment needed to keep Victoria moving as Australia’s capital of transport and logistics.
Local primary and secondary schools across Victoria have been the big losers in this year’s State Budget with many capital funding commitments remaining undelivered.
The Napthine Government Budget has failed to deliver real funding for road improvements in Victoria.