Ripon MP Louise Staley has promised that a Liberal Government will build a new primary School in Miners Rest if elected in November.Read more
Daniel Andrews’ careless regard for law and order continues to put residents in Ripon at risk.
Crime has continued to rise across the following local Government areas:Read more
Ripon MP, Louise Staley, said farmers markets will prosper once again under a Liberal Government following the announcement by the Liberals to bring back the $2 million Farmers’ Market Support Program.Read more
Ripon MP Louise Staley has celebrated today’s announcement by Racing Victoria to construct a $9 Million track upgrade at the Ballarat Turf Club as a big win for Miners Rest and the Ballarat region.Read more
Ripon MP, Louise Staley, today visited Avoca Primary School along with Shadow Minister for Police Ed O’Donohue to explain the Liberals promise to renew the ‘Police in Schools’ program.Read more
Ripon MP, Louise Staley, says Daniel Andrews owes regional Victoria an apology after ripping $723 million away from them.
During the negotiation of the Port of Melbourne sale in 2016, Daniel Andrews promised to spend 10 percent of the $9.7 billion profit on new transport infrastructure projects in regional Victoria.Read more
Ripon MP Louise Staley has welcomed news that a Liberal Government will suspend Daniel Andrews’ botched rollout of wire rope barriers and undertake a review of the process.
The Victorian Liberal Party acknowledges that wire rope barriers can prevent some serious accidents if installed correctly. However, the process has been rushed and mishandled under the Andrews Government.
We are concerned that the latest round of wire rope barriers are being installed in the wrong places and without proper planning and making some roads more dangerous instead of safer.
Some of the specific concerns about the latest installations include:
- Impeding access and maneuverability for emergency services;
- Compromising motorcycle safety if a rider connects with the barrier;
- Wire Roper Barriers installed too close to the side of the road that inhibits drivers pulling over safely due to a flat tire or a breakdown; and
- Considerable vegetation growth under the barrier rope which pose a significant fire risk and maintenance issues.
Health promotion foundation VicHealth is aiming to get more Ripon locals taking part in community sport with around $400,000 in new Active Club Grants funding announced today.
Community sport clubs in Ripon are encouraged to apply for the grants to start up new social programs and women and girls’ teams in a bid to make it easier and more attractive for less active locals to play sport.Read more
Member for Ripon Louise Staley today joined Victorian Liberal Leader Matthew Guy to meet with farmers affected by the recent devastating frosts.
The frosts which hit in early November killed over $180 million worth of crops in Western Victoria.Read more
Member for Ripon Louise Staley has congratulated the Charlton community on its lengthy and successful campaign to attract funding for the Charlton 2020 project.Read more