I rise today to congratulate the Cape Paterson Surf Life Saving Club. Its president, Dean Manns, along with other advocates, including Kate McLaughlin, have done so much to be able to secure funding totalling $3.2 million from the Andrews Labor government, alongside $500 000 from Bass Coast Shire Council and an incredible $800 000 raised by the local community.
FIREFIGHTERS’ PRESUMPTIVE RIGHTS COMPENSATION AND FIRE SERVICES LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (REFORM) BILL 2017
I rise today to speak in relation to the Firefighters’ Presumptive Rights Compensation and Fire Services Legislation Amendment (Reform) Bill 2017, which is before the chamber.
EXTRACT FROM PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES HANSARD Ms SHING Eastern Victoria MEMBERS STATEMENTS Hazelwood power station Wednesday, 28 March 2018 Hazelwood power station Ms SHING (Eastern Victoria) (10:04:25) — This week marks the lead‑up to one year since the end of production at the Hazelwood..
I rise today to congratulate the many students
On a related matter, on Tuesday, 20 March, it was fantastic to hear the pitch for the new youth space in the Latrobe Valley, which was a commitment announced by Minister Mikakos last year.
I rise today to congratulate two gold medallists from the Special Olympics who, as residents of the Latrobe Valley, took home gold on the weekend of 24 and 25 February in Canberra.
Today is International Women’s Day.
EXTRACT FROM PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES HANSARD Ms SHING Eastern Victoria MEMBERS STATEMENTS Eastern Victoria Region schools Wednesday, 7 March 2018 Ms SHING — It was wonderful to welcome the Minister for Education back to Gippsland and to actually do some calculations as we..
It is a sign of the disregard of the federal government — the coalition — for Victoria and for regional Victoria when we look at the cuts to health and hospital funding which it has imposed to the tune of over $2 billion across the state.
It is good to be back. My question is for the Minister for Roads and Road Safety, and I ask him about the work in relation to the introduction of flexible wire safety barriers throughout Gippsland and along major roads not just as far as Central Gippsland through to the Latrobe Valley but down into South Gippsland.
We have heard a lot in relation to this motion since it was first brought on for debate, and as Mr Eideh has just indicated, there is a lot more that could be said about it.
I rise to wish everyone a very prosperous and happy Lunar New Year.
The Victorian Parliament this afternoon passed the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill after a comprehensive, historic and passionate debate in both lower and upper houses.
It is a great pleasure to express my sincerest congratulations and warmest wishes to Latrobe Valley Enterprises (LVE), which is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
I move: That the Council take note of the report. In doing so I would like to begin by acknowledging the extensive work undertaken by the secretariat in coordinating hearings, transcripts and a vast number of correspondences and communications with agencies and organisational and department heads.
It was a fantastic win for the Wonthaggi community last Friday when Premier Daniel Andrews and I attended Wonthaggi Secondary College to confirm $31 million in funding for a brand new school and additional sporting facilities as part of our commitment to making sure that we deliver what the Liberals cannot and would not deliver when they were last in government.
I rise today to congratulate the various members of Lifeline Gippsland and the work that was undertaken in recent times to take three miniature alpacas on a jaunt through town.
On another matter, it was absolutely fantastic to return to the Cape Paterson Surf Life Saving Club to confirm that the Andrews Labor government will fund $2.3 million to make sure that this club can be rebuilt with the facilities that it needs and deserves to keep Victorians safe, to enhance the work of its volunteers and to provide the education around marine safety that is so crucial.