Further delays in Kenilworth Avenue leaving residents questioning Cardinia’s priorities.

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Further delays in Kenilworth Avenue leaving residents questioning Cardinia’s priorities. As seen in last week’s paper residents in Kenilworth Avenue are left angry and frustrated on Council’s decision prioritise funding to re-sealing a road in Florence Ave instead of constructing...
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Questions for Youth Justice Minister Ben Carroll to answer this afternoon

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Friday 22 February 2019 Questions for Youth Justice Minister Ben Carroll to answer this afternoon Just two days after the last incident, how was another young offender able to get onto the roof at Parkville Youth Justice Centre? With a second investigation announced, who is...
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CPSU and Labor Government at odds over attacks

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CPSU and Labor Government at odds over attacks It’s no wonder our youth justice system is in chaos when the Minister who is allegedly responsible for it can’t get his facts straight. This morning, Ben Carroll told the media that assaults at youth justice facilities are trending...
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Different minister but same results

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Wednesday 20 February 2018 Different minister but same results Daniel Andrews may have put a new minister in charge of youth justice, but it’s still the same story – a system in crisis that’s putting lives at risk and churning out the next generation of violent criminals and...
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Labor fails miserably on promise to stop station skipping on the Pakenham line

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Wednesday 20 February 2019   Labor fails miserably on promise to stop station skipping on the Pakenham line   Pakenham line users can expect longer commutes and delays following the Minister for Transport’s admission in Question Time today that the Andrews Labor...
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Daniel Andrews uses cancer compensation for firefighters to play politics

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Tuesday 19 February 2018 Daniel Andrews uses cancer compensation for firefighters to play politics              The Liberal-Nationals today reintroduced a bill for presumptive cancer rights for firefighters to protect those who protect us, and again Daniel Andrews and Labor voted...
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Labor’s rubbish planning effects recycling in Cardinia and Casey

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Labor’s rubbish planning effects recycling in Cardinia and Casey The community in Cardinia and Casey would be devastated to hear that all their hard efforts to recycle at home will go to waste due to Labor’s lack of action. Cardinia Shire Council and the City of Casey today...
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10 year commemoration of Black Saturday

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10 year commemoration of Black Saturday This week we commemorate 10 years since the 2009 bushfires that devastated the state of Victoria. Black Saturday will forever be ingrained in Australian history as one of the most catastrophic disasters to hit Victoria. A decade has passed...
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Daniel Andrews hides danger signs this summer

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Thursday 20 December 2018 Daniel Andrews hides danger signs this summer Yesterday at 5pm the Andrews Labor Government finally released the Country Fire Authority Annual Report. This report should have been released before the election but was delayed to avoid political fallout....
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