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Ingrid Stitt MP Jun 13
Replying to @TimRichardsonMP
On the plus side - all the stationary
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Philip Dalidakis Jun 14
Replying to @Jamie_byron
Given how long we have been together, given the depth and breadth of topics covered, the committee have done a pretty good job largely keeping it together
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Philip Dalidakis Jun 11
Sam, don't be like that. I said the Minister responsible for the deal was the Treasurer as you asked about what support was provided. The Minister at the table also said it would be regulated by CASA, which it will. Both answers were completely apposite
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David Davis Jun 11
milestones - where are they? Provide to - why are these not visible? project already running over planned budget with contingency sucked up! General pointed to problems last week.
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Richard Willingham 55m
So the annual report reveals that the EGM of Corporate Services was paid $1.5 MILLION last year. Much better salary than the chair of
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Cath Davis Jun 11
Going great guns
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Simon Love 2h
An Upper House MP has resigned from the Andrews Government & . just finished a stint as chair of - (thanks for the treats).. but makes the shock resignation to reportedly move into the private sector. Latest at 5pm.
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James Talia Jun 11
So if Bluey was on all morning, would we get out the door quicker because the distraction makes it easier to get ready? Or would I end up sitting watching Bluey all morning instead of coming to ? I think I know...
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David Southwick Jun 14
Pay more and Get less! - Under Daniel Andrews Victorian taxpayers are paying $323.82 per prisoner per day to fund our prisons - almost 45% higher than the Aust average. We also have the worst recidivism rate.
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Nicole Asher 2h
Labor MP has resigned. One of his final great acts was to supply delicious snacks for reporters covering .
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Philip Dalidakis Jun 13
Now this is what you call a little teeny weeny white lie. In fact the Chief Commissioner said the old buses were back on the road so that there was no loss of capacity. Nothing to do with the road toll, which is devastating for every family & friend affected
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Edward O'Donohue Jun 13
Remember the doctrine of ministerial accountability? Dept of Justice Sec apologies at for IT blunders w Fines Vic + BDM, but AG refuses to do so.
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Tim Richardson MP Jun 13
Save you a “ctrl f” Nicko! Here’s the answer.
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Bridget Vallence MP Jun 10
31 May I asked if Setka should keep his paid Govt Board job given his disgusting conduct. I was gagged & ruled out of order. Only now -after awful attacks on domestic violence survivors- the Govt acts. Protecting union bosses should never come first.
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James Talia 3h
finally claims a scalp! Its own chair...
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Nicole Asher Jun 10
Another exciting morning of has kicked off with chair using his vast/imaginary PAEC powers to make tennis champs and honorary Victorians... I’m all for double dipping, but isn’t Dylan Alcott an actual Victorian?
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Tim Richardson MP Jun 13
Replying to @BradBattinMP
Now now Brad, that's not how it happened is it? They were talking about grants provided to lifesaving clubs. As you know Cranny doesn't have a beach.
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James Talia Jun 13
“Minister I put it to you that you are doing a brilliant job. What say you?” “Why, thank you. Let me tell you how.”
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David Davis Jun 11
29 crossings completed asks for cost of each one? won’t reveal!
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Bridget Vallence MP Jun 13
Embarrassing! Disability & Ageing Minister to my question said no negative impact to regional aged care BUT was immediately undermined by his own bureaucrat who said there WAS definite negative financial impacts from Labor’s cuts & banking changes
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