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Luke Donnellan MP Aug 13
Today we start to change the law. And it’s pretty simple: If a religious leader thinks a child is being abused, they must report it. No exceptions.
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Fiona Patten MP Aug 14
This is absolutely outrages. The Catholic Archbishop of Melbourne Peter Comensoli would rather go to jail than dob in a paedophile.
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Tom Minear Aug 18
When stamp duty rates were set a decade ago, the top rate was paid by 6.6% of buyers. Now it’s hitting 28.4% and the average buyer is slugged almost $44,000 - two and a half times what they paid in 2008. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Tom Minear Aug 15
The Liberal Party has been forced to return more than $300k from fundraising auctions with prizes of dinners with Malcolm Turnbull, Julie Bishop and Matthew Guy because of security concerns over the winning bidders. ⁦
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Netz Melbourne Aug 12
Two armed teens who raided JB Hi-Fi in Camberwell, stealing $5,000 worth of goods, had their day in court. The outcome? ✅ No jail time ✅ No criminal record ✅ They don't have to pay for the goods they stole Victoria's justice system is weak
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JillHennessyMP Aug 13
Today’s changes to protect children didn’t just come from a Royal Commission. They came from powerful advocates like Chrissie Foster, who lost two daughters as a result of abuse within the Catholic Church.
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Rachel Baxendale 2h
. has called for the Andrews government to withdraw funding from ACHPER until the organisation properly apologises for creating anti-Israel coursework for the state’s secondary school students.
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Evelyn L 2h
Former independent state election candidate Meralyn Klein will contest assault charges after an alleged incident that took place at a voting booth last year, the candidate was disendorsed by the two weeks before the state election
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Victorian Parliament Aug 12
Victoria's first female Usher of the Black Rod, Sally West commenced her sitting week duties in Legislative Council chamber today and was welcomed by Legislative Council President
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JillHennessyMP Aug 14
There is no tradition, ancient or otherwise, that should trump the rights of children.
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Tim Read Aug 12
Protesters just entered Vic state parliament supporting traditional owners & protesting the government's highway threatening Djab Wurrung birthing trees. Assembly suspended 15 minutes.
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TIM TAM 38m
Replying to @suzlette333
Another Matthew Guy planning minister failure
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Tom Minear Aug 14
Detectives have interviewed the two key players in Labor’s controversial “red shirts” rort, but a year after the police probe began, there is still no decision on whether to lay charges. ⁦
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Luke Donnellan MP Aug 13
Children’s safety comes first. Here is some more detail on the bill.
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Adem Somyurek Aug 18
We are cutting red tape in construction to help make Victoria the best state in Australia to operate a small business. Reforms announced with today will make it easier for small business to comply with critical safety and licensing requirements
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Netz Melbourne Aug 14
The teen who committed several violent crimes & stole a car that crashed at Cranbourne killing 2 people: 1⃣ Called the magistrate a dog 2⃣ Threatened to burn down the court if he wasn't set free What did the magistrate do? ✅Freed him on bail
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Michael O'Brien Aug 17
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Evan Quartermain Aug 15
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