John Pesutto-Moira Deeming Facebook

I labored yesterday to understand what transpired in the Liberal party room when Moira Deeming expulsion was dealt with by the elected members of the Victorian Liberal party. It would have been sad for the Liberal party, John Pesutto, Mrs Deeming and for the democracy in Victoria had there beenRead More →

Brad Rowswell Shadow Treasurer for Victoria

The independent Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) has today confirmed that Victoria faces four more years of more debt and higher taxes under Labor, says the state Opposition. The PBO’s comprehensive report of political party election platforms compares the economic impact of party election promises from the recent state election. According to theRead More →

Australia Day 2023-Bollywood-2022

“The Andrews government’s decision to quietly scrap the annual Australia Day parade shows just how toxic the change-the-date debate has become”, writes the Herald Sun.   No wonder you do not see any flags and other artefacts associated with the national day being sold in any of our supermarkets. ForRead More →

Andrew Giles - Now flexible Citizenship Ceremonies

The Australian Government has today announced an update to the Australian Citizenship Ceremonies Code, removing red tape to allow councils to hold Australia Day citizenship ceremonies on or around Australia’s national day. Minister for Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs, Andrew Giles said, “Australia Day holds great significance to many peopleRead More →

Victory Night - Dan is BACK

Was Daniel Andrews in any danger of losing 2022 election? The simple answer to this question is a big NO. Election 2022 will be spoken about for a long time. Too many pundits had their varied reflections on what the issues were and what the possible outcomes would be. Looking atRead More →

Ingrid Stitt at tarneit Central Bilingual - English-Punjabi Kinder

On the last day of campaigning, Labor has upped the ante with a new announcement which will catch Victoria’s CALD communities. If re-elected tomorrow, the Andrews government will invest $3.7 Million in 10 bilingual kinders across the state to allow CALD community children to attend kinder and keep their connectionRead More →