Opposition Press Releases


Statement from the Shadow Minister for Local Government

25 September, 2017
I am very pleased to add the job of Shadow Minister for Local Government to my responsibilities. I have served in local government and know better than most... Read more

Statement from the Shadow Minister for Public Transport

25 September, 2017
I am excited to be given the opportunity to take on the Public Transport portfolio and to work with Matthew Guy and his team on our plan to decentralise Victori... Read more

Statement from Shadow Minister for Roads and Infrastructure

25 September, 2017
I am delighted to be taking on the portfolio of Roads and building on the work of Ryan Smith and the Liberal Nationals team working on our population plan to de... Read more

Statement from Shadow Minister for Country Health

25 September, 2017
I am delighted to be taking on the portfolio of Country Health and to take a leading role in the Liberal Nationals plan for health in rural and regional Victori... Read more

Statement from the Shadow Minister for Education

25 September, 2017
I am proud and humbled to be promoted to the Shadow Cabinet as the Shadow Minister for Education and Shadow Minister for Scrutiny of Government. A good educa... Read more

Liberal Nationals Shadow Ministry

24 September, 2017
Today, Peter Walsh and I announce a new shadow ministerial line-up that will sharpen our focus on the things that matter most to Victorians. The Liberals an... Read more

Liberal Nationals to provide free flu vaccinations for Victorian children

22 September, 2017
Shadow Minister for Health, Mary Wooldridge, today announced that a Liberal Nationals Government will provide up to $7 million over four years for free voluntar... Read more

Taxpayer funded spin-doctor by day, Labor preselection stalker by night

21 September, 2017
In more left on left violence, Marsha Thomson is reportedly being challenged by Labor-aligned-independent-bureaucrat Katie Hall. Ms Hall, who is clearly bein... Read more

Labor’s goat nothing to say on eID

21 September, 2017
Victorian producers still don’t know if the Andrews Labor Government will subsidise electronic identification tags for sheep and goats in 2018. In Parl... Read more

Sentencing reform

21 September, 2017
Reports a man who married a 14-year-old child bride in a secret Islamic ceremony has received a minimum sentence of 12 months shows the sentencing system needs ... Read more

Suspension of Deputy President, Khalil Eideh

21 September, 2017
This morning the Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Council, Mary Wooldridge began the first steps to suspend Khalil Eideh as Deputy President, while P... Read more

Labor sides with Greens to vote against community voice on soaring energy prices

20 September, 2017
Labor and the Greens have teamed up in the Legislative Council to vote down the Liberal Nationals’ motion to inquire into the impact of soaring energy pri... Read more

More unreliable public transport under Labor

20 September, 2017
Once again, Victorian commuters are to be left stranded by Daniel Andrews. Reports that dozens of buses will be taken off the road on our already overcrowded... Read more

Labor trading insults, not answers, on rising energy costs

20 September, 2017
Comments attributable to Leader of The Nationals and Shadow Minister for Agriculture Peter Walsh The Andrews Labor Government’s trivial response to que... Read more

GOTAFE enrolments freeze

20 September, 2017
Comments attributable to Shadow Training, Skills and Apprenticeships Minister Steph Ryan GOTAFE is under financial pressure because fewer students are enroll... Read more

Daniel Andrews’ Carbon Tax 2.0

20 September, 2017
According to Daniel Andrews’ dodgy modelling for his ideological Victorian Renewable Energy Target (VRET), Victorians will be slugged with a new Carbon Ta... Read more

Labor floundering on Glenormiston promise

20 September, 2017
Students in Victoria’s south west don’t have access to Glenormiston College, despite the Andrews Labor Government promising to re-open the campus by... Read more

Daniel Andrews’ secrecy around the West Gate Tunnel Project dealt a blow

20 September, 2017
The Coalition successfully gained support in the Legislative Council today in arguing for the release of the Allard review, documents that go to the very core o... Read more

Labor still not prepared to put East Gippsland jobs first

20 September, 2017
The Heyfield mill might be open, but the Andrews Labor Government continues to refuse to guarantee 250 jobs will remain at the mill. Shadow Minister for Agri... Read more

Daniel Andrews’ dodgy renewable energy target modelling

19 September, 2017
Daniel Andrews waited until the very last second to release his dodgy modelling for Labor’s go-it-alone renewable energy target before debate on the ideol... Read more
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