Chiltern CFA need a new fire station

Chiltern CFA is is a busy, vital emergency service and needs $2m to establish a new facility for their fire brigade.

Automatic licence suspension for hit-and-run accused drivers

Road safety changes deliver on my amendments to make licence suspensions automatic for those accused of hit-and-run and other serious charges

Return rowing to Nagambie for 2026 Games

Regional Victoria's Commonwealth Games 2026 should expand to include rowing on Lake Nagambie

Report targets better victim support

Improving support for people harmed by crime is a major focus of a criminal justice system report I initiated

Maxwell seeks Albury Wodonga Health funding

Albury Wodonga needs funding for a new health campus to support border communities

Violet Town police officer commended

Leading Senior Constable Pat Storer served in Victoria Police for 44 years - 14 of them in Violet Town

Abused care leavers deserve redress

People abused as kids in state care ask to be heard, seen and recognised with the redress they deserve

Tania Maxwell bats with Hanging Rock

I've implored Environment Minister to allow small communities to keep playing sport at Hanging Rock oval.

Wangaratta seeks garden funding mulch

I've asked the Health Minister to support Wangaratta's community garden

Mallee communities step up and out

You can't travel the Mallee without marvelling at three things it does well

We need to blunt knife crime

Knive use can have dangerous and sometimes fatal consequences

Victims remembered as railway bill debated

Puffing Billy Railway has a future but we must acknowledge its dark history

Money available for violent offender tagging trial

I've asked if money from a $20 milllion federal program will be used to trial family violence offender monitoring

Justice inquiry puts victims first

Thirty-one recommendations support victim recovery

Emergency response options available

CFA first responder and community paramedics offer emergency fix

Redundancy offers at odds with prison forecast

I've asked the Corrections Minister if job redundancies are being actively offered in Victoria's prison system

Hold everyone in Parliament to the same standard

Today I gave notice of my motion calling for an inquiry into Victorian Parliament workplace standards

Nillumbik's young people seek mental health care

Nine hundred Nillumbik young people identified mental health as top issue

What future for committal hearings?

Keep victims' interests at the heart of court process reform

Newspaper advertising informs communities

Many thousands of people in regional Victoria rely on local newspapers for information