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Covid-19. Removal of Mornington Penisnula Shire from Metro Melbourne lockdown

HANSARD: Mr BURGESS (Hastings) – COVID19

I again call upon the Premier to remove the Mornington Peninsula shire from the metropolitan Melbourne lockdown.

Congratulations Keep Victoria Beautiful Awards

Keep Victoria Beautiful is one of Australia’s oldest environmental groups, with a rich history in community reward and recognition.

Hastings Electorate - BRATPAC Inc

HANSARD: Mr BURGESS (Hastings) (4588) – HASTINGS ELECTORATE

My question is directed to the Minister for Roads and Road Safety, and the information I seek on behalf of the Baxter community is about assistance to improve road safety conditions for its residents.

Men's Shed Week

Men's Shed Week; 28 September - 3 October 2020

Crib Point gas import jetty and gas pipeline project

Environment Effects Statement Submitted by Neale Burgess.

Dogs in Politics Day 2020

Introducing Fleur.

Covid-19

HANSARD: Mr BURGESS (Hastings) - COVID

From the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic in March I have received literally thousands of messages from confused, unhappy, frustrated and frightened constituents and non-constituents.

Young people with a purpose

HANSARD: Mr BURGESS (Hastings) – Young people with a purpose

Young People with a Purpose—‘You are not alone’.

Young People with a Purpose is an online community and inner circle where you can share your story or just pop in for a chat. This group is a message to all young people struggling with mental health issues or life in general that they are not alone.

Hastings Electorate - Coastal Villages

HANSARD: Mr BURGESS (Hastings) (3892) – HASTINGS ELECTORATE

My question is directed to the Minister for Fishing and Boating, and the information I seek on behalf of the coastal village community of Warneet is about assistance to reopen the Warneet jetties before the summer season.

STATE OF EMERGENCY EXTENSION AND OTHER MATTERS

SPEECH - 04 September 2020: Mr Previous DocumentBURGESSNext Document (Hastings) (12:36):

It is a pleasure to stand to talk about this bill, but not necessarily a pleasure that this bill is in the house. It is good to have the opportunity to put the record straight in a number of ways and speak on behalf of the people that are suffering because of the way this government has handled both the crisis that our state faces but also the way any criticism comes to it—how it avoids scrutiny, how it just does anything that helps the Labor Party or any of its union mates but avoids helping any of the businesses in reality and avoids helping the people that really most need its help.