Gowanbrae Community and Children's Centre
Archives: June 2012
Derek Robson Children's Centre
Lalor Childcare Centre
St Francis of Assisi Primary School out of school hours care
Bundoora Kindergarten Forum
I rise to speak today on the coalition's horror second state budget, a budget that has overwhelmingly failed Victoria's families and its young people.
My matter this evening is for the Minister for Health. I wish to express my concern at the lack of action taken to proceed with the much-needed high-level aged-care beds in Bright by Alpine Health
I am pleased to speak today on what is the first report of the Legal and Social
Issues Legislation Committee on a reference proposed by the government to consider the benefits to Victorians of a simplified process for the recognition of international wills in Victoria.
Yappera Children's Centre
Gowrie Victoria Children's Program
Annie Dennis Children's Centre
Merri Creek Primary School
Early Childhood Intervention Services (ECIS)
I welcome the opportunity to speak on the
issue of Auslan courses in Victoria on behalf of the Labor opposition.
My matter is for the Minister for Ageing. I wish to raise a matter that is particularly timely, given that last Friday, 15 June, was World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.
I rise to congratulate a number of people who received recognition in the Queen's Birthday honours last week.
On 15 May 2012 I was pleased to attend the open day of Northern Support Services, which is based in Northcote.
On 18 May I was pleased to attend the 2012 Victorian Education Excellence Awards along with other opposition members, including Steve Herbert, James Merlino and Colin Brooks, the Assembly members for Eltham, Monbulk and Bundoora.
On 29 May I visited the Mahogany Rise Child and Family Centre in Frankston.
The matter that I wish to raise concerns the loss of the school bus service that transports children to Rupanyup Primary School, Murtoa College and the Minyip and Rupanyup kindergartens from the start of term 3, on 16 July.
I have recently expressed my concerns about the Baillieu government's decision to rip $290 million from Victoria's TAFE sector, and in particular how this relates to my local TAFE institutes.
On Friday I was pleased to attend Victoria's 2012 early childhood education conference, Together We Grow, organised by Kindergarten Parents Victoria and
Gowrie Victoria at Caulfield Racecourse.
The Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody formed the inspiration for the Victorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement, a partnership entered into by the former Bracks Labor government and the Koori community in 2000 to achieve improved justice outcomes for Kooris.