VICTORIAN LIBERAL NATIONALS HAVE THE RIGHT POPULATION VISION  20-September-2018 Minister for Cities, Urban Infrastructure and Planning, the Hon. Alan Tudge MP, has today welcomed the Victorian Coalition’s commitment to establish a Population Commission. The Commission is designed... ... (24-Sep)

Turnbull Government Commits to Melbourne Airport Rail Link

The Turnbull Government will build the Melbourne Airport Rail Link, connecting the CBD and Tullamarine Airport for all Victorians. Alan Tudge MP said that a rail connection to Melbourne Airport had been talked about for 50 years but would now be brought to fruition through an investment of $5 billi... ... (16-Apr)

Another day, another reminder of the missing East West Link

In a pointed speech to Infrastructure Partnerships Australia yesterday, the original proponent of the East West Link, Sir Rod Eddington, again called on Daniel Andrews and the Victorian Labor Government to build the missing link.   Sir Eddington expressed his disappointment at the Stat... ... (09-Oct)

Labor fails the test on welfare over drug testing trial

It appears that the Labor Party, ACOSS, and health groups who oppose our drug testing trial would rather see the continuation of the same destructive path, than try something new to avoid it.   This week, the two of us announced drug testing trials for new welfare recipients as a way... ... (24-Aug)

More tolls adds insult to East-West link injury

The Herald Sun:In Monty Python’s Life of Brian, John Cleese’s character receives an unwanted answer when he asks his underlings, “What have the Romans ever done for us?” Well, nothing, they reply, apart from sanitation, medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, the freshwater syste... ... (29-Apr)

More tolls adds insult to East-West link injury

Communal despair begins with alcohol abuse

The Australian:Having agreed with East Kimberley leaders to implement the cashless welfare debit card, the government is now receiving ­requests across Western Australia for its introduction. In most cases the requests are from council or community leaders who are desperate about the situation of th... ... (20-Jan)

Like smoking, we can stamp out ice addiction

The Herald Sun:IT is a little known fact that Australia has one of the lowest smoking rates in the world, but one of the highest rates of illicit drug use. Worse, among men in their 20s, one in 30 took the destructive drug ice last year — and the numbers continue to grow. I believe drug-taking is a ... ... (07-Dec)

Like smoking, we can stamp out ice addiction

The Tide is Turning for Indigenous Australians

The Australian: The overwhelming feeling from the Prime Minister’s visit to indigenous communities late last month was optimism. That the tide may be turning and conditions slowly but steadily improving. In the seemingly intractable area of remote indigenous disadvantage, have we turned the cor... ... (07-Sep)

Solution to grog on the cards

The Australian:What responsibility should we have over how welfare is delivered to those in need? Since the introduction of federal unemployment benefits in 1944, the government has provided welfare in cash. The reason is expedience: dropping cash into an account is simpler and cheaper than the trad... ... (19-Aug)

Zaky Mallah’s freedom of speech does not mean a media platform

The Australian: If a man called for the public gang rape of two prominent women, what would be your response? Revulsion? Outrage? How about giving the man a taxpayer-funded megaphone, live and unvetoed, with a million people listening? This is what the ABC did when they gave the microp... ... (29-Jun)

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