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Koo Wee Rup Road Pakenham missing in Labor’s 21/22 state budget

Labor’s 21/22 State Budget handed down today has failed to list Labor’s overdue Koo Wee Rup Road upgrade as a line item  State Liberal Member for Gembrook Brad Battin MP explains; “Whilst Labor is happy to brag of their commitment for over two years in front of the cameras, they are still failing to commit to making the project a line …

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Labor holds Emerald Secondary College funding hostage.

Labor’s 21/22 State Budget handed down today reveals a $4.8 million shortfall for Emerald Secondary College’s much-needed upgrade. The shortfall and revelation the project is not expected to be completed until after the 2022 election has outraged State Liberal Member for Gembrook Brad Battin MP explaining “Emerald Secondary College has already had to wait several …

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Royal Commission into suicide a crucial step forward for Casey Cardinia veteran community.

A Royal Commission into veteran suicide will save lives and change lives for ex-servicemen and women in Casey and Cardinia. The Victorian Liberals, along with Brad Battin MP, announced support for a national Royal Commission today, backing growing calls from RSL Victoria and the local veteran community to take action. A harrowing number of our …

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Dance school continually roadblocked by Daniel Andrews

Dance schools across the state face another roadblock, in Daniel Andrews roadmap to recovery. Despite the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions declaring to Ausdance dance studios would be classified as ?creative studios? on the weekend allowing studios to open in Step 3, it is understood The Andrews Labor Government retracted this decision a day …

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More Victorian businesses set to close, worst of all states

More than 1-in-8 Melbourne small and medium businesses (SMBs) will not reopen due to the harsh lockdowns put on Victorians caused by the bungled hotel quarantine debacle. That?s the damning finding out of today?s Sensis Business Index looking into small and medium business outlook and confidence. The survey, conducted as Melbourne businesses prepared to enter …

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