State Minister for Planning, Richard Wynne must reverse his decision not to suspend the current public exhibition period of the Environment Effects Statement (EES), for AGL’s Crib Point Gas Import facility.
Due to the return of COVID-19 Stage 3 restrictions this week, State Minister for Planning, Richard Wynne must suspend the current 40 business day public exhibition period of the Environment Effects Statement (EES), for its proposed gas import jetty at Crib Point until the current restrictions have been lifted.
State Planning Minister, Richard Wynne, must delay the public exhibition of the Environment Effects Statement (EES), for its proposed gas import jetty at Crib Point.
The Liberal Nationals, and local MP Neale Burgess have unveiled a bold and ambitious plan to get Victoria back to work and back in business.
The Liberal Nationals are today proposing a $1 billion ‘Bringing Manufacturing Home’ fund to encourage businesses to bring facilities and jobs back to Victoria, grow local manufacturing and boost innovation.
Local Member for Hastings, Neale Burgess is calling on the Andrews Labor Government to immediately implement temporary payroll tax relief to help locals get back to work and back in business.
The coastal villages are more at risk from bushfires, because of Daniel Andrews’ never-ending war on the CFA and the impact it has had on local back burning operations.
The Andrews Labor Government has yet again confirmed what Langwarrin parents have suspected, that when it comes to providing educational facilities, Labor is prepared to put political rhetoric before our kids.
On Wednesday in Parliament, the Andrews Labor Government confirmed they had cut their school asbestos removal program, which will affect local schools such as Langwarrin Primary School.
In Question Time, the Andrews Labor Government did not rule out that there has been a 75% reduction in planned burning to minimise the risk of bushfires in areas such as the Mornington Peninsula.