Dept boss denies rorts chat

07 Aug 2018 • Border Mail, Albury-Wodonga (General News) THE head of Victoria’s parliamentary services department has denied meeting with a senior Labor MP to “workshop” a party scheme that saw $388,000 of taxpayer funds misused for election campaigning....
Read More →

Press conference

Press conference: Daniel Andrews must front up to the Privileges Committee hearing and fess up under oath as to what he knew and when he knew it.
Read More →

Rights watchdog ‘biased’

  18 Jul 2018 • Age, Melbourne (General News) by Adam Carey Victoria’s shadow attorney-general has accused the state’s human rights commissioner of displaying proLabor bias in the debate on race and crime by highlighting a rise in complaints of racial...
Read More →

Ambo ambushed

17 Jul 2018 • Herald Sun, Melbourne (General News) by Ed Gardiner Woman knifed in front of children A PARAMEDIC has been slashed with a knife in front of her two children at Rosebud. The woman, who was off duty but in uniform, was buckling her young children into their car seats...
Read More →

Fines Victoria delays frustrating police

2:03pm Jul 12, 2018 https://www.9news.com.au/national/2018/07/12/13/06/fines-victoria-delays-frustrating-police Police are frustrated at delays in court-issued fines being sent to offenders under a new, centralised system, says Victoria’s Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton....
Read More →

Bill stalled as Bourke St case faces more delays

10 Jul 2018 • Age, Melbourne (General News) by David Estcourt Chris Vedelago HUNG JURY Parliament ‘sits on its hands’ EXCLUSIVE A bill that could have prevented a hung jury in the mental competency hearing for accused Bourke Street killer James Gargasoulas has...
Read More →

Minogue will walk free while Labor bumbles

In the Legislative Assembly today, Daniel Andrews and Labor blocked a move to keep cop murderer Craig Minogue in jail. The Liberal Nationals have a bill, already tested by the High Court that would guarantee Craig Minogue would stay in jail. Today, Daniel Andrews blocked efforts...
Read More →

Budget papers 2018-19

Budget papers 2018-19 07 June 2018 Mr PESUTTO (Hawthorn) (14:34:22) — I am very pleased to be able to rise today and speak on the 2018–19 budget. As shadow Attorney-General I will focus mainly on justice portfolio issues, but I will also talk about the treatment of my electorate...
Read More →

FAKE MANDATORY SENTENCING!

Reports that the Andrews Labor Government have admitted that two people who allegedly assaulted a PSO and a police officer at Armadale last night will not face mandatory minimum jail terms is more evidence of Victoria’s broken justice system. According to the Andrews Labor...
Read More →

Truckie involved in second road rage attack: police

31 May 2018 • Age, Melbourne (General News) by Erin Pearson The truck driver accused of running two teachers off the road during a road rage and hammer attack on the Tullamarine Freeway allegedly went on to swap vehicles and attack a second couple with a baseball bat hours later,...
Read More →

Road-rage scourge

  31 May 2018 • Herald Sun, Melbourne (General News) by Alex White VIOLENCE NOW TOO COMMON A SPATE of violent, drugfuelled road-rage attacks has sparked calls to clamp down on aggressive drivers. It comes as an armed truck driver charged with tailgating and ramming two...
Read More →

Human rights commission says MFB workplace deal is unfair for women, parents

Matt Johnston and Tom Minear, Herald Sun May 30, 2018 6:09pm A NEW pay deal for metropolitan firefighters backed by Premier Daniel Andrews is discriminatory and unfair for women and parents, the state’s human rights watchdog says. In a sensational intervention application to the...
Read More →