Has Martin Foley been questioned by police?

Martin Foley must give Albert Park voters 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. Martin Foley can’t keep hiding behind weasel words and avoiding scrutiny. If Martin...
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Daniel Andrews can run but he can no longer hide

For the last three years Daniel Andrews has ducked and dodged giving evidence to each of the official investigations about whether he had any knowledge of the rorting of $388,000 of taxpayers’ money. Daniel Andrews is making a lot of big promises in this election campaign so it’s...
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Liberal Nationals to introduce family violence mandatory minimum jail sentences

A Liberal Nationals Government will extend mandatory minimum jail sentences to family violence offenders. Daniel Andrews failed record on law and order speaks for itself. Labor’s approach of soft sentences and giving violent criminals ‘a slap on the wrist’ has failed Victorians....
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Hundreds of Victorian drivers mistakenly unlicensed

https://www.9news.com.au/national/2018/10/16/18/49/fines-victoria-hundreds-mistakenly-unlicensed 7:17pm Oct 16, 2018   More than 350 drivers have had their licenses mistakenly taken off them, in a multi-million-dollar bungle by Fines Victoria. Costing $16 million, the...
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Andrews ‘has let anti-gang law reform lapse’

  11 Oct 2018 • The Australian, Australia (General News) by Samantha Hutchinson STATE OF DISORDER Victoria’s government has been accused of abandoning antiassociation laws designed to stop Victorian youths from falling in with gangs, after it allowed the bill to lapse...
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Family’s antenna dilemma

09 Oct 2018 • Progress Leader, Melbourne (General News) by Anthony Piovesan Camberwell family latest to battle TPG over mobile network infrastructure A Camberwell family’s dream of living in their “forever home” has been spoiled by a TPG plan to install a 4G...
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UNION RAT PACK

05 Oct 2018 • Herald Sun, Melbourne (General News) by Tom Minear And Anthony Galloway REVEALED The bullying, threats and sexism the UFU wanted to keep secret VICTIMS of bullying and harassment in Victoria’s fire services have broken their silence to reveal shocking...
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Locals’ call to arms

05 Oct 2018 • Herald Sun, Melbourne (General News) by Ian Royall Mobile base stations cause concern RESIDENTS are concerned about the health impact of dozens of new TPG mobile phone base stations being erected in suburban streets across Melbourne. A Hawthorn couple says one...
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Extra leave boost for magistrates

26 Sep 2018 • Herald Sun, Melbourne (General News) by Matt Johnston VICTORIA’S magistrates should get an extra two weeks of annual leave and its judges’ perks should be extended, a review of judicial entitlements has recommended. The proposed changes, sent to...
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Drop this idea and drop it now

Daniel Andrews has to come out today and kill this brain snap idea to increase the salary and perks of judges and magistrates. We don’t want any of Daniel Andrews’ usual weasel words, he just needs to slap down this idea straight away. According to reports in today’s media,...
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