Month: July 2020

labor priorities: cancelling number plates and branch stacking

In yet another example of the Andrews Labor Government focusing on the wrong issues, personalised number plates are being cancelled for being ‘offensive to the broader community’. Portland resident Peter Hansen was contacted by VicRoads regarding his personalised plate ‘WEPN’, and was told that VicRoads has made “the decision that it is inappropriate for public display.” Peter …

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Road safety needs action

Victoria’s road toll continues to climb and the best Labor Road Safety Minister Ben Carroll can do, is pull together a roundtable meeting. During the COVID-19 pandemic there are thousands less drivers on the road. And yet, we continue to see more people die, including three deaths on Friday. If Minister Carroll is serious about …

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DAngelos estate wine

Think local when buying a drop.

It’s never been more important to ‘Think Local. Support Local’.Liberal State Member for Gembrook Brad Battin MP headed to D’Angelo’s winery in Officer to speak with owner Benny D’Angelo about the importance of supporting local produce.“We are fortunate in Casey and Cardinia to have access to some great local produce, especially wine” explained Brad Battin …

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Labor electorates favoured for bus services in Casey and Cardinia.

Labor has continued to ignore residents vital need for bus services in Cardinia, favouring Labor electorates with their latest bus route announcements.Residents were shocked and disappointed to hear Labor MP for Bass and Cranbourne boasting of the governments two new bus routes 888 and 889 to accommodate for new growth.This comes after years of unheard …

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