Although the Liberal Government, like so many of their promises (not forgetting the Flinders Street Station plan) failed to do anything more than announce a plan.
Joshua really needs to keep searching to try and find a topic on which his Liberal Party has a beneficial track record for our region.
Instead of trying to criticise the largest infrastructure project in our region, I suggest that Cr Harris may wish to focus his attention on the unresolved issues that have long been before council, such as the Civic Hall site and the saleyards.
Good governments work with appropriate community bodies, including local councils before allocating funding to projects. The Liberals failed to do this, causing unnecessary confusion and delay. The Andrews Government is now cleaning up the Liberal’s mess, ensuring this funding can be appropriately allocated to address growing demand for early learning facilities in Ballarat.
I have been delighted to see the great work of so many of the volunteer brigades across my electorate over many years. I continue to be impressed by the commitment and dedication offered and I know that all members of our government share this view.
Kennett Liberal Government MP oversaw the neglect of our Regional rail network when many lines, including the line to Ararat were closed and the main line between Ballarat and Melbourne was very poorly maintained and poorly serviced.
The Andrews Labor Government listened to the community and The Canadian Regional Park will be reserved and managed under the Crown Land (Reserves) Act 1978.
Like many Liberals before him, including Bronwyn Bishop – Josh has found that sorry seems to be the hardest word.
I have been very disappointed to find that our rail services have not run well since the introduction of the new timetable to align with the completion of the Regional Rail Link project.
I am extremely concerned for those workers and their families that have been affected by recent job losses in our region.
As Australia Day approaches we can again reflect on how fortunate we are to live in Australia.
Thousands of workers in the services sector – including banking, IT and call centres – would continue to be employed locally under a new policy announced by Opposition Leader, Daniel Andrews.
Victorian Labor has released our transport alternative, Project 10,000.
Victorian Labor’s Plan for Jobs and Growth will return Victoria to an economic powerhouse by creating jobs for Victorian families, investing in skills and training and providing an infrastructure pipeline.