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Liberal Victoria
12/02/2016 at 00:31. Facebook
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Today it’s been announced your electricity bill will go up 10% from the start of next year. And there’s likely to be higher prices again in just six months.

Daniel Andrews promised the closure of Hazelwood would result in no more than a 4% rise in electricity prices.

Another lie and another hit to your hip pocket from this government.
Liberal Victoria
11/29/2016 at 04:43. Facebook
We may be the most liveable city in the world, but Sydney is outpacing Melbourne when it comes to creating new jobs and building new infrastructure.

With our growing population, we need to take action maintain our liveability.

Have your say on how we can achieve this at
Liberal Victoria
11/28/2016 at 04:04. Facebook
Fairfax Media has launched an interactive crime map that provides the most comprehensive information on criminal offending in every Victorian postcode over the past five years

Postcode by postcode, crime by crime: How safe is your suburb?

Liberal Victoria
11/27/2016 at 02:15. Facebook
As Victoria's population increases by 100,000 people every year, mostly in Melbourne.

How should we help grow jobs and opportunities in our regions?

Have your say at
Liberal Victoria
11/25/2016 at 01:17. Facebook
A PAYMENT by the Country Fire Authority to the United Firefighters Union has been exposed, after Victoria’s fire services were ordered by the Andrews Government to hand the union $2 million.

Fireys union secret payout revealed

Power prices are set to soar by up to 25% because of Daniel Andrews’ policy to close Hazelwood. Now Labor are at it again with their decision to increase the solar feed-in tariff slugging Victorian energy customers with higher power bills, impacting low-income households the hardest. #NotHappyDan
Only the Liberal Nationals will fight for affordable and reliable power for all Victorians.
If Daniel Andrews won’t take a tough stand on this crime tsunami, we will.

This week we’ve introduced two Bills into Parliament to put community safety first. We will tighten the rules on parole for youth thugs. And we’ll make sure Craig Minogue never again threatens the safety of the Victorian community.
A POLICE officer was stabbed ­between the eyes during a terrifying home invasion by a man bailed twice in a fortnight.

Twice-bailed teen stabs policeman

Murray Thompson MP, Member for Sandringham, has announced his retirement from State Parliament at the next election. Murray joins Louise Asher MP, Christine Fyffe MP and Martin Dixon MP, all distinguished servants of their communities, who will retire at the next election. The Liberal Party thanks Murray and all of the retiring Members for their service and commitment to the people of Victoria...
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Applications open today, Monday November 21, from Members of the Liberal Party for endorsement in the State Divisions of Bass, Bayswater, Benambra, Box Hill, Bulleen, Burwood, Caulfield, Croydon, Eildon, Evelyn, Ferntree Gully, Forest Hill, Gembrook, Hastings, Hawthorn, Kew, Malvern, Mornington, Mount Waverley, Narracan, Polwarth, Ringwood, Ripon, Rowville, Sandringham, South Barwon, South...
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Matthew Guy addressed the 162nd Liberal Victoria State Council about his exciting plans for Victoria and the pressing issue of rapid population growth facing our State.

How do you think Victoria should look like in the future?

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No wonder Victorians don’t feel safe when crime is up by 13.4% in the last year, we have a youth crime crisis and the youth justice system is in chaos.

Daniel Andrews and his Labor Ministers are totally incapable of tackling this crime wave and keeping these violent offenders under control.

We deserve better than this. It’s time for Daniel Andrews to stop talking and start doing. He needs to...
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Population growth impacts on almost every aspect of people’s daily lives. Is this growth a problem, or is it something that can be harnessed to drive Victoria into the future? Have your say on how we grow Victoria.

Victorian Population Policy Taskforce

VICTORIA’S population growth of more than 100,000 people a year is the greatest challenge facing our city and our state.

Victoria must be a state of cities