Member for Tarneit, Tim Pallas today released participation statistics for women in the electorate of Tarneit who participate in the free BreastScreen program. “I am encouraged that 50% of women in Tarneit are having a regular mammogram every two years,” said Mr Pallas. “This is..
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Natalie Hutchins, Member for Keilor, Marlene Kairouz, Member for Kororoit and TimPallas, Member for Tarneit attended the Dushera Festival at the Rockbank Templeon Sunday. The Dushera Festival is one of the largest events in the Indian Community. Dushera iscelebrated to mark victory of good over..
It has been revealed that the new $1 billion publicly owned Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC) will have a floor dedicated to private patients under a secret plan by the Baillieu Government, Member for Tarneit Tim Pallas said today. Mr Pallas said Federal Labor Government,..
Unemployment in regional Victoria has jumped to 6.2 per cent with 48,600 regional Victorians now unemployed because of the Baillieu Government’s failure to create a jobs plan and invest in major infrastructure projects, Shadow Minister for Employment, Tim Pallas said today. The Australian Bureau of..
The Minister for Ports, Denis Napthine, has demonstrated a blithe disregard for Victoria’shuman rights charter and for proper legislative procedure in introducingamendments to marine safety laws. Concerns have been raised by the Victorian Parliamentary Scrutiny of Acts and Regulations Committee that the new laws may..
The Minister for Roads has failed to address community concerns or to take appropriate safety measures regarding plans for high productivity freight vehicles (HPFVs) on Victoria’s roads. The news that Victoria, in conjunction with the NSW O’Farrell Government, is “aiming to start a local pilot..
The Baillieu Government has abandoned work on a second river crossing after windingup a community reference group, Shadow Minister for Infrastructure Tim Pallassaid today. The Westlink Community Reference Group (CRG) provided the Baillieu Government witha community perspective on developing the best possible scope, form and..
It remains unclear why Planning Minister Matthew Guy believes that the Government needs to spend $300,000 on a study into the viability of a commuter ferry on Port Philip Bay, according to candid statements in departmental documents released under Freedom of Information to State MP..
“Wyndham is the fastest growing local government area in Victoria has three railway level crossings in the Department of Transport’s 20 most dangerous crossings, but none of these are even on the list of crossings planned for future removal by this Government,” said State Member..