Drivers urged to Stop, Revive and Survive this Easter

Minister for Police and Emergency Services Kim Wells today urged holidaymakers to avoid driver fatigue and reduce the risk of an accident by stopping at Driver Reviver sites across the state this Easter. Mr Wells, State Emergency Services (SES) volunteers and Traffic Accident Commission (TAC) representatives have launched the Driver Reviver Easter campaign at Federation …

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Victorian first network status boards being piloted on the Frankston line

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Member for Bentleigh Elizabeth Miller today announced that new network status boards were being piloted on the Frankston line as part of the $100 million Bayside Rail Project. “Pilot network status boards will go live today at three stations along the Frankston line, at Moorabbin, Bentleigh and Malvern,” Ms Miller said. “The technology, which provides …

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Coalition Government commits to Melbourne Airport Rail Link in State Budget

Victorians will be able to catch a train to the airport with Premier Denis Napthine today announcing that the upcoming State Budget will outline the Coalition Government’s commitment to build a new rail link from Southern Cross Station to Melbourne Airport. Speaking at the Liberal Party State Council today, Dr Napthine said the landmark project …

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Clearer and simpler fence laws have arrived in Bentleigh

The Coalition Government is acting to minimise fencing disputes that are far too common in local communities, State Member for Bentleigh, Elizabeth Miller MP, said. This week the Coalition Government passed new legislation through Parliament that makes the laws about fences clearer, simpler and fairer. “Good fences make good neighbours and the Coalition Government is …

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Commissioner gets new powers to help small business

Small businesses in Bentleigh and government will now operate on a more level playing field with Victoria’s Small Business Commissioner receiving enhanced authority to help small businesses resolve disputes with government bodies. State Member for Bentleigh, Elizabeth Miller MP said the Commissioner had new powers to resolve disputes between small businesses and local councils, state …

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Easing the pressure on family budgets in Bentleigh – reducing public transport fares

Train travel will be cheaper for commuters travelling from Moorabbin and Patterson Stations, the Member for Bentleigh, Elizabeth Miller, said today, after the Coalition Government announced that commuters would be able to travel in Zone 1 + 2 for the price of a Zone 1 fare. This announcement will also mean that no longer will …

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Coatesville Primary School receives $7.8 million in funding as part of $23 million capital works blitz

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Wednesday, 19 March 2014 Three Victorian schools are set to undergo major redevelopments with Premier Denis Napthine today announcing a $23 million capital works blitz for Coatesville Primary School, Horsham Secondary College and Timboon P-12. Speaking from Coatesville Primary School with Member for Bentleigh Elizabeth Miller, Dr Napthine said the construction of new facilities, the …

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Crime prevention for Bentleigh despite council’s negligence

Minister announces $150,000 for crime prevention in Bentleigh $35 million for Victorian community safety projects over four years Victorian Coalition Government building a better Victoria   Crime Prevention Minister Edward O’Donohue has announced that the $150,000 set aside by the Victorian Coalition Government for CCTV in Bentleigh will now be used for other community crime …

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