The Baillieu Government’s promise to deploy Protective Services Officers to every metropolitan train station is in tatters with the State Budget showing a $50 million blowout and no sign of funds to improve station facilities for PSOs.
Police could be forced to use divvy vans to transport Protective Service Offices to and from toilet breaks under a flawed plan by the Baillieu Government.
CFA stations in the fire-affected areas of Monbulk may miss out on much-needed upgrades, with the Baillieu-Ryan Government failing to provide enough money to undertake this important work.
James' second reading speech on the Shop Trading Reform Amendment (Easter Sunday) Bill 2011.
“This draconian change will force local retail workers to work on Easter Sunday and does not ensure that workers receive penalty rates,” Mr Merlino said.
Low income families across the Monbulk Electorate will suffer from the Baillieu Government’s flip flopping on when it will introduce energy concessions across Victoria.
James' second reading speech on the Police Regulation Amendment (Protective Services Officers) Bill 2010.
My adjournment matter is for the Minister for Roads, and the action I seek is for the minister to reconsider the funding allocated for the construction of a signalised intersection to replace the Montrose roundabout.