On 24 November Victorians will go to the polls. The state’s Labor government, headed by Daniel Andrews as premier, will be seeking a second term. Liberal leader Matthew Guy will be trying to argue that the Andrews government has failed and that the Liberal-National coalition should be elected to govern.
While youth offending is not of comparable proportions to family violence and ‘ice’ abuse, yet it demands our complete attention, for the sake of victims, according to Police Chief Commissioner, Graham Ashton Every so often our community is confronted with a worrying and complex problem which touches everyday lives, dominates
Everything we do is Melbourne, Melbourne & Melbourne; I want to do things differently: Matthew Guy said of his plans for future Victoria, speaking exclusively to Dinesh Malhotra. It’s holiday time and peak season for politicians to reveal their ‘human avatars’ – the real family people, sometimes even taking a
Melbourne, November 21: The International Education Awards celebrated Victoria’s best students – Kashif Bouns from Pakistan and Balaji Trichy Narayanaswamy from India being adjudged International Alumnus of the Year and International Student of the Year – Regional, respectively. Sixteen winners were presented with the coveted awards during the event at
Melbourne, September 22: World class international hockey returns to Victoria with the new International Festival of Hockey in Melbourne and Bendigo. Australia will take on India, Malaysia and New Zealand over one exciting week of hockey at the State Netball Hockey Centre, Melbourne, and Bendigo Hockey Complex, Bendigo. An intense
Carlton, August 27: The Cricket Victoria Board has endorsed Ringwood and Coburg Cricket clubs to join the Women’s Premier Firsts T20 competition for season 2016-17, alongside other changes which will see a new Premier Reserves competition introduced and Carlton-Brunswick elevated to join the Premier Seconds Grade. The changes to the