As someone who frequently travelled on the train system when working as a lawyer in the Melbourne CBD for a number of years, including often travelling very late at night, I am concerned about any media strategy that seeks to create unnecessary fear in the community.
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We are all aware that currently Victoria is experiencing a baby boom, and this important motion recognises the importance of quality early childhood education and the need for continuous capital investment in this area.
I rise to speak strongly against this bill and to indicate my support for Mr Somyurek's amendments.
On 10 March 2011, I was very pleased to attend a number of events celebrating the centenary of International Women's Day.
The former state government's $1.9 billion Victorian schools plan was a commitment to fund the rebuilding, renovation or extension of every Victorian government school by 2016.
I am very concerned that the Baillieu government has abandoned plans to upgrade up to 20 train stations across Victoria to premium status.
Last week I was pleased to attend the opening of the Epping branch of the Bank of Cyprus at Epping Plaza.
The Labor opposition believes that families are an integral part of our society and deserve every possible support.
I was very pleased on 23 February to attend the launch of the English edition of Neos Kosmos at the Arts Centre.
On the same day I attended the official opening of the Ian Rollo Currie wing and refurbished Liscombe House by the Victorian Governor, Professor de Kretser.
On 16 February I was pleased to attend the project launch of the Supporting Parents -- Developing Children project at Meadows Primary School in Broadmeadows.
My matter is directed to the Minister for Health. It is a shame that he is not here to hear this. I wish to raise my concern that stage 3 of the Olivia Newton-John cancer and wellness centre at the Austin Hospital will not proceed under the coalition government.