Appeal could go higher

25 Aug 2018 • Sunraysia Daily, Mildura VIC (General News) by Allan Murphy THE Acting Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) says this week’s Court of Appeal judgment not to increase the term of imprisonment handed to the killer of Mildura domestic violence campaigner Karen...
Read More →

A family’s heartbreak

24 Aug 2018 • Sunraysia Daily, Mildura VIC (General News) by Allan Murphy THE family of Karen Belej, who was shot to death by boyfriend Brandon Osborn, says it is “deeply disappointed” at yesterday’s Court of Appeal decision not to increase his maximum nine-year...
Read More →

Liberals slam wage laws

24 Aug 2018 • Colac Herald, Colac VIC (General News) by JACKSON GRAHAM Two state opposition MPs have told Colac business leaders that they oppose the State Government’s plans to criminalise “wage theft,” saying sufficient penalties exist to address the issue....
Read More →

Big fee for rorts battle

16 Aug 2018 • Herald Sun, Melbourne (General News) by Monique Hore And Tom Minear OMBUDSMAN Deborah Glass had to spend more than $130,000 of Victorian taxpayers’ money fighting Labor’s attempts to block her inquiry into its “red shirts” rort. Figures...
Read More →

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 →