‘Grateful’ to have served

11 Dec 2018 • Progress Leader, Melbourne (General News) by Anthony Piovesan Liberals lose blue-ribbon seat of Hawthorn after landslide state election loss Former Liberal MP John Pesutto hasn’t ruled out another tilt at politics after losing his seat of Hawthorn in a shock...
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VCAT to be reviewed

22 Nov 2018 • Herald Sun, Melbourne (General News) by John Masanauskas COMMUNITY group views about inappropriate developments could have more influence on state planning tribunal decisions under a Coalition government. The Coalition will review the Victorian Civil and...
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Police investigation into red shirts ‘set up to fail’

22 Nov 2018 • Age, Melbourne (General News) by Cameron Houston Benjamin Preiss The police investigation of Labor’s “red shirts” affair has been systematically undermined from within, a source familiar with the probe says. The Office of Public Prosecutions is...
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Battle heats up for safe seats

20 Nov 2018 • Progress Leader, Melbourne (General News) by Anthony Piovesan Upgrading schools, public transport and Glenferrie Rd are among the pledges made to sway voters, Anthony Piovesan reports   Nine candidates across Hawthorn and Kew will attempt to break the Liberal...
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JUDGES TO FACE MUSIC

19 Nov 2018 • Herald Sun, Melbourne (General News) by James Dowling And Matt Johnston THE sentencing history of judges and magistrates would be revealed under a radical Coalition plan. Reports on judges’ sitting times, decisions overturned on appeal, time taken to rule and...
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TRACKERS FOR THUGS

02 Nov 2018 • Herald Sun, Melbourne (General News) by Matt Johnston CARJACKERS and home invaders will be tracked with monitoring devices when they are released from jail on parole, under a Matthew Guy state government crackdown. Anyone convicted of either offence who escaped a...
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Law fails rape victims

30 Oct 2018 • Age, Melbourne (General News) by Richard Baker EXCLUSIVE A man committed to stand trial over the 1997 rape of two 16-year-old girls in Echuca never faced court and the Office of Public Prosecutions is unable to explain what happened or why. Last year, Peter Glenn...
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ANDREWS ‘LOSING CONTROL’

29 Oct 2018 • Herald Sun, Melbourne (General News) by John Masanauskas THE Coalition is promising better access to the planning tribunal for residents appealing against local developments. Shadow attorney-general John Pesutto told an election forum many were unhappy with the...
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Has Paul Edbrooke been questioned by police?

Paul Edbrooke must give Frankston an honest, straight forward answer on whether he has been called in by police for questioning over any role he had in the rorting of taxpayers’ money. Paul Edbrooke can’t keep hiding behind weasel words and avoiding scrutiny. If Paul Edbrooke is...
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Has Jacinta Allan been questioned by police?

Jacinta Allan must give Bendigo East voters an honest, straight forward answer on whether she has been called in by police for questioning over any role she had in the rorting of taxpayers’ money. Jacinta Allan can’t keep hiding behind weasel words and avoiding scrutiny. If...
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