Opposition Press Releases


No gas price relief in sight under do-nothing Labor

22 June, 2018
Reports today by the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) highlight the precarious outlook for Victoria’s future gas supply. AEMO has outlined Vi... Read more

Major upgrade for Edithvale-Aspendale Sporting Club

22 June, 2018
The Liberal Nationals are committed to supporting local sporting clubs by investing in their facilities. If elected, a Liberal Nationals Government will cont... Read more

Let’s talk about transparency….

22 June, 2018
On Tuesday Fiona Patten said Labor’s partisan donations bill was “a wolf in sheep’s clothing” just before performing a very suspicious a... Read more

The rights of victims, not prisoners, must come first

22 June, 2018
Within hours of the High Court announcing that the Andrews Government had botched legislation keeping Russell Street bomber and cop killer Craig Minogue behind ... Read more

Daniel Andrews’ own Departments hit by Labor’s skyrocketing electricity costs

21 June, 2018
Today in Question Time, Daniel Andrews was unable to explain why the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (DEDJTR) energy bills hav... Read more

Melbourne is jam-packed

21 June, 2018
Data released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows Victoria is the fastest growing state in Australia. The figures show Victoria grew by 143,4... Read more

Daniel Andrews’ staff are working on a plan……to edit Wikipedia pages

21 June, 2018
Revelations in The Australian today that Andrews Government staff has been editing and doctoring Wikipedia pages is another sad chapter in this government&rsquo... Read more

Minogue will walk free while Labor bumbles

21 June, 2018
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, alr... Read more

Daniel Andrews is the Gold Standard when it comes to lying

20 June, 2018
You know Daniel Andrews is politically desperate when he starts doctoring and selectively quoting from transcripts. Daniel Andrews is quoting the Member for ... Read more

New planning laws to save the character of Essendon

20 June, 2018
A Liberal Government will introduce strict new planning rules within its first 100 days of office, to protect the liveability and character of suburbs such as E... Read more

Memo to Labor’s tactics committee:

20 June, 2018
If you are going to send out someone to go on the attack in an MPI, it would be more effective if that MP doesn’t live 45 kilometres from their electorate... Read more

Daniel Andrews fails to keep Craig Minogue locked up

20 June, 2018
The High Court has today ruled that Daniel Andrews has dropped the ball and stuffed up legislation to keep cop murderer Craig Minogue in jail. On a day when ... Read more

Apprenticeship numbers fall as Labor cuts training budget

20 June, 2018
Victoria’s training sector is declining under Labor with new data showing apprenticeship commencements dropped by 16.1 per cent between 2016 and 2017. ... Read more

Labor blocks Bill to fix embarrassing Craig Minogue court decision

20 June, 2018
Labor has voted against debating a Bill that would have fixed Daniel Andrews’ flawed legislation and keep cop murderer Craig Minogue in jail. The Liber... Read more

New planning laws to save the character of Nillumbik

20 June, 2018
A Liberal Government will introduce strict new planning rules within its first 100 days of office, to protect the liveability and character of suburbs like Elth... Read more

Major restoration for Corryong & District Memorial Hall

20 June, 2018
A Liberal Nationals Government will contribute $250,000 to upgrade and modernise facilities at the Corryong & District Memorial Hall. After years of negl... Read more

Daniel Andrews v Engie

19 June, 2018
In Question Time today Daniel Andrews denied his coal royalty tax had nothing to do with Engie’s announced closure of Hazelwood a few months later. En... Read more

New planning laws to save the character of Sandringham

19 June, 2018
A Liberal Government will introduce strict new planning rules within its first 100 days of office, to protect the liveability and character of suburbs such as B... Read more

Labor refuses to discuss latest Basin Rail bungle

19 June, 2018
Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan has again refused to answer questions on Labor’s botched rollout of the critical Murray Basin Rail Project. Rev... Read more

New planning laws to save the character of Brighton

19 June, 2018
A Liberal Government will introduce strict new planning rules within its first 100 days of office, to protect the liveability and character of suburbs such as B... Read more
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