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A Liberal Nationals Government will review Victoria’s taxation system to incentivise and encourage the decentralisation of our jobs and our population. The review will be conducted by a secretariat based in the Department of Tre... Read more

Tim Pallas has effectively confirmed that the Andrews Labor Government will introduce new taxes and charges if they win the next election.  This morning Tim Pallas told journalists he can’t promise there won’t be any new taxes, fees... Read more

All Victorian taxpayers should be concerned that their personal financial information could be used for political gain by the Andrews Labor Government. Victorians have entrusted their personal financial information, including details about their ... Read more

The Liberal Nationals support new road and rail infrastructure which is why this suburban rail proposal should be sent to Infrastructure Victoria for proper assessment and planning.  At the moment, the Andrews Labor Government can&rsq... Read more

Daniel Andrews has now sold off $13 billion of Victorian public assets, including the Port of Melbourne and the land titles registry.  For a politician who claims to oppose privatisation, Mr Andrews is the biggest hypocrite going around. In... Read more

Today’s unemployment figures show that Victoria has fallen behind South Australia and the National unemployment rate. While the New South Wales economy continues to stride ahead, Victoria remains at the back of the pack wei... Read more

In October 2010, Martin Foley wrote to his constituents calling on the Liberal Party ”to rule out the privatisation of the Port (of Melbourne) and to drop the ‘private competition’ model”. He then signed off his letter saying ... Read more

Today in Question Time, despite being given several opportunities, Treasurer Tim Pallas failed to rule out new or increased tolls on existing roads to pay for the North East Link which is already $10 billion over original cost estimates and – ... Read more

Shadow Treasurer's Budget Reply  Appropriation (2018-2019) Bill 2018 Mr M. O'BRIEN (Malvern)  — I am pleased to rise to speak on the Appropriation (2018–2019) Bill 2018. Budgets are about choices. Budgets reflect t... Read more

Daniel Andrews’ fraud on Melbourne’s north-eastern suburbs was exposed today as Treasurer Tim Pallas admitted that there is not $1 in Labor’s budget to build the North East Link. Labor has told Victorians that they will put the ... Read more

Today in the Public Accounts and Estimates committee, Tim Pallas admitted that he had no idea of the value of the harbour side land gifted by the Andrews Labor Government to the AFL for its new headquarters.  In its rush to hand over taxpayers&... Read more

A Liberal Nationals government will turbocharge Victoria’s reputation as the sporting and events capital of the world by re-establishing the Victorian Major Events Company. The new Victorian Major Events Company will also have a specific m... Read more

Victorian families are paying for this budget with higher costs of living. For all of Daniel Andrews’ spin about his own budget there’s only one question that really matters. Are Victorians financially better off now than they wer... Read more

Remarks of the Hon. Michael O’Brien MP, Member for Malvern, on the commemoration of the centenary of the liberation of Villers-Bretonneux  One hundred years ago, on 24th April 1918, the French village of Villers-Bretonneux was captured ... Read more

Comments attributable to Shadow Treasurer, Michael O’Brien: “Why is Daniel Andrews handing over $225 million from taxpayers so the AFL can build a hotel and ballroom at Etihad? “Etihad Stadium is owned by the AFL. If the AFL wa... Read more

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