Opposition Press Releases

Birds of a feather flock together

24 January, 2018
In today’s Herald Sun, Daniel Andrews nominated the 1993 election of Paul Keating as one of the three most significant events in history. This is the ... Read more

Improved education standards. Better education outcomes. More opportunities for our kids.

24 January, 2018
Education is the key to hope and opportunity. If we are going to give our children the best opportunities in life, then it starts with a good education. T... Read more

Liberal Nationals commit to tackling cross-border problems

19 January, 2018
Communities along Victoria’s state borders will benefit from the services of a dedicated Cross Border Commissioner under an elected Liberal Nationals gove... Read more

Socio-economic report now critical

19 January, 2018
Shadow Water Minister Steph Ryan has slammed the release of a report recommending more water recovery for Basin communities, while a critical socio-economic imp... Read more

Labor in Government for 14 of 18 years, but still blaming everyone else

19 January, 2018
On Channel 9 News last night, while defending the employment of a spin doctor for $330,000 a year, James Merlino claimed he inherited “a basket case&rdquo... Read more

Victoria’s unemployment rates

18 January, 2018
Today’s unemployment figures show that while the New South Wales economy continues to stride ahead, Victoria remains at the back of the pack weighed down ... Read more

Mobile CCTV to combat gang crime

17 January, 2018
Background: A Liberal Nationals Government will work with the Chief Commissioner to establish a Victoria Police Mobile CCTV Cameras Surveillance Unit to help... Read more

Duck hunting season

17 January, 2018
Daniel Andrews has ignored his own consultation process by imposing new restrictions on Victorian hunters in the 2018 duck season. The Andrews Labor Governme... Read more

Concurrent Sentences

16 January, 2018
Background: The Liberal Nationals propose an amendment to the Sentencing Act 1991 to ensure that offenders who commit violence crimes whilst on bail or parol... Read more

Victoria leading the nation in drug crime

15 January, 2018
Victoria’s already the ice capital of Australia. Today, Melbourne was named Australia’s pot capital recording the highest number of cultivation offe... Read more

Labor at risk of Hazelwood 2.0

15 January, 2018
If Daniel Andrews forces another power station to close, we would have lost nearly half our power supply since he was elected. Under Daniel Andrews, Victori... Read more

Labor full of hot air on Victorian gas resources

12 January, 2018
Once again Daniel Andrews is all blame and no responsibility. The Labor Government continues to shirk responsibility for reliability and affordability of ene... Read more

Corrections chaos as system lacks Commissioner

12 January, 2018
Background Under Daniel Andrews the corrections system has been an afterthought with four part time Corrections Ministers in just 3 years: Wade Noonan fro... Read more

Dairy training

12 January, 2018
Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE’s decision to cut dairy training at Warragul and Leongatha raises more questions than it answers. The Andrews Governme... Read more

Community taskforce is just one step

10 January, 2018
Today’s announcement from Police Commissioner, Graham Ashton, is just one step in a long line of measures needed to fix Victoria’s mounting gang cri... Read more

Victoria’s iconic High Country history immortalised in new Hall of Fame

10 January, 2018
An elected Liberal Nationals government will help Victoria’s High Country communities immortalise their heritage in a new High Country Hall of Fame. Sh... Read more

Recall Parliament and the Premier from holidays

09 January, 2018
Crime doesn’t take a holiday. The Apex Gang, Menace to Society and their violent networks have been more active in the last month than at any time prev... Read more

Victoria’s first heatwave triggers more emergency measures

05 January, 2018
Reports today that AEMO will pay large companies to shut down operations during heatwaves as an emergency measure, will see Victorians footing the bill. The ... Read more

Disunity and leaking from the comrades on Andrews’ Apple at Fed Square shocker

05 January, 2018
Key left faction allies of Daniel Andrews have leaked a Cabinet discussion against their right-wing colleagues over the shambolic Apple at Fed Square decision. ... Read more

Dan’s battery plan: too little, too late

04 January, 2018
Daniel Andrews’ plan to secure Victoria’s energy supply is too little, too late. In April last year, the Andrews Government committed to two 20-... Read more
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