Mr WELLS (Rowville) — This statement acknowledges the significance of Remembrance Day, 11 November 2015, marking the 97th anniversary of the armistice which ended the First World War. Every year on Remembrance Day, as Australians and as part of the commonwealth, we honour the memory of those who died or who have suffered in wars or armed conflicts. The First World War, or the Great War, has a special place in the hearts of many Australians, particularly those who had relatives who fought in the fields of Europe or on the shores of Turkey at Gallipoli, or those who have since learnt of the bravery, mateship and great sacrifice of the Anzacs at Gallipoli that has now become Australian folklore.
Today’s open letter from the Volunteer Fire Brigades Victoria (VFBV) could not be clearer about its strong objection to Labor’s fire services policy which ‘will have grave and disastrous consequences for the CFA.
It is unequivocal proof that Labor is out of touch with the almost 60,000 hardworking CFA volunteers across Victoria.
- Napthine Government will provide $600,000 for a new station for Skye CFA
- This announcement forms part of the Coalition Government’s $125 million commitment to upgrade CFA stations across the state
- Napthine Government building a safer Victoria
Minister for Police, Emergency Services and Bushfire Response Kim Wells and Member for Carrum Donna Bauer today announced that the Napthine Government will provide $600,000 towards the construction of a new CFA station in Skye.
- A re-elected Napthine Government will commit $3 million towards three life saving club redevelopments along the bay
- Redevelopments will enhance water safety for thousands of people who visit beaches at South Melbourne, Edithvale and Bonbeach
- Napthine Government building a better bay
Three life saving clubs around Port Phillip Bay will receive a share in $3 million to undergo significant redevelopments of club facilities under a re-elected Napthine Government.
- A re-elected Napthine Government will build a new 24-hour $8.5 million police complex in Colac
- Multi-million dollar facility will boost emergency response capabilities in south-west Victoria
- Napthine Government building better and safer communities across Victoria
Minister for Police Kim Wells and Member for Polwarth Terry Mulder today announced that a re-elected Napthine Government will build a new 24-hour $8.5 million police station in Colac, boosting emergency response capabilities in south-west Victoria.
- A re-elected Napthine Government will deliver signalled lights at the pedestrian crossing on Napoleon Road
- $250,000 investment to benefit motorists and pedestrians, particularly students walking to Park Ridge Primary and Rowville Secondary College
- The Napthine Government is building a better, safer roads
Local State Member of Parliament and Liberal Candidate for Rowville Kim Wells today announced that a re-elected Napthine Government will invest $250,000 to install signalled lights at the pedestrian crossing in Napoleon Road, Rowville.
- Napthine Government announces $130,000 election commitment for Rowville Primary School
- Funding to improve facilities for Rowville Primary School students and staff
- Napthine Government building a better education system for all Victorian students
State Member for Scoresby, Kim Wells MP, met with students and teachers at Rowville Primary School today, and announced a $130,000 funding commitment to upgrade the school under a re-elected Napthine Government.
- A re-elected Napthine Coalition Government will fund construction of a new $2.5 million Cranbourne SES
- The investment will boost emergency response capabilities for the growing Cranbourne community
- Napthine Coalition Government building a better and safer Victoria
Minister for Police and Emergency Services Kim Wells and Liberal Candidate for Cranbourne Geoff Ablett today announced a re-elected Napthine Coalition Government will fund a new $2.5 million SES Unit in Cranbourne, boosting emergency response capabilities for the rapidly growing Cranbourne community.
Daniel Andrews will leave Victorian communities vulnerable, unsafe and unprotected.
He says he puts people first, but you can’t put people first, if you won’t keep people safe.
There will be no new police under a Daniel Andrews Labor Government.
Labors stance is an insult to the Chief Commissioner, Victoria Police and The Police Association.