• The action I seek is that the minister ensure that there are enough temporary secure bike parking areas implemented at major events such as White Night Melbourne and the AFL Grand Final...
  • Today I rise to talk about the contrast between good science and science that is garbage.
  • I rise to speak on the Ridesharing Bill 2016. I want to start with the context of this bill, and that is to look towards the government's poor record on ridesharing so far.
  • I rise this morning to speak on the motion moved by Mr Davis to disallow amendment GC37 to the Cardinia, Casey, Glen Eira, Greater Dandenong, Kingston, Melbourne, Monash, Stonnington and Yarra planning schemes.
  • I rise to speak on the Transport (Compliance and Miscellaneous) Amendment (Public Safety) Bill 2016.
  • The action I call for is that the minister give priority to funding a rollout of high capacity signalling for the entire metro rail network.
  • I rise to speak on the Appropriation (2016–2017) Bill 2016. I am going to cover two areas in my contribution: the first is around public transport in the metropolitan area, and secondly, the Leadbeater's possum...
  • The Victorian Greens were happy to support the bill that established Infrastructure Victoria in September 2015, because investment in infrastructure, particularly public transport infrastructure, has been neglected in this state.
  • My question is for the Minister for Agriculture. Is the minister aware that Ignite Energy, the advanced lignite development plant in Morwell, intends to use native forest wood as a fuel source in the development site as well as brown coal?
  • In April the government provided a $100 000 grant to the Ryan and McNulty timber mill in Benalla to expand its capacity to process native forest timbers, including mountain ash from the Central Highlands. Was the grant intended as a way to inflate the value of the company should any compensation arrangements be an outcome from the forest industry task force?
  • I have been provided with details of a conversation with Mr Walsh from VicForests who advised a community member that VicForests has no capacity to swap out the Imperium logging coupe, a coupe that contains Leadbeater's possum,
  • My constituency question is for the Minister of Housing. It relates to concerns from residents of the Lakewood Community Managed Co-operative based in Larissa Ave, Ringwood.
  • In relation to the Chandler Highway widening and bridge duplication project proposed by VicRoads and seeking information that is not included on the Chandler Highway widening and bridge duplication project
  • In relation to the 2014 election promise made by the Labor candidate for the seat of Forest Hill, Ms Pauline Richards, that Labor would support the protection of the Healesville Freeway Reserve between Springvale Road and Boronia Road and it's reservation as Crown land:
  • My adjournment matter is for the Minister for Agriculture. The Victorian government and VicForests are facing the same market failures for woodchips as the New South Wales government. The Australia Institute has released a discussion paper entitled Money doesn't grow on trees — The financial and economic losses of native forestry in NSW.
  • I raise the issue of the recent spate of breaches by VicForests in the rainforest areas of East Gippsland — up to five in three months. Can the minister advise why VicForests cannot identify protected rainforest species?