Questions without Notice – Steelvision

MR WALSH (Murray Plains) (11:17:07): After receiving the $400 000 from the Victorian government on 1 August 2018, Steelvision then paid its $135 000 payroll tax bill to the State Revenue Office on 12 September 2018. I ask the Treasurer: why did the government allow Steelvision to use taxpayers funds to pay its overdue payroll tax?…

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Questions Without Notice – Steelvision

My question is to the Treasurer. On 31 July 2018 the State Revenue Office applied to the Supreme Court for Steelvision to be wound up for failing to pay $135 173 in payroll tax. Yet the very next day then Minister Carroll approved a Latrobe Valley Authority grant of $400 000 to Steelvision. Why did…

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Members Statement – A Good Kitchen

MR WALSH (Murray Plains) (09:38:43): Last week, as part of Homelessness Week, I attended A Good Kitchen at the St Mary’s parish centre in Swan Hill. Can I congratulate the A Good Kitchen team, who have been operating since last October to provide meals for the homeless and the disadvantaged in Swan Hill over that…

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Adjournment Debate – Rochester Secondary College

Mr WALSH (Murray Plains) (18:59:50): (876) My adjournment issue tonight is for the Minister for Education, and it concerns Rochester Secondary College, which is obviously in Rochester. I have been approached by a number of parents in Rochester who would like to see Rochester Secondary College become part of the Doctors in Secondary Schools program.…

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Question Without Notice – Timber Industry – Mr Dalidakis

Question Without Notice – Timber Industry – Mr Dalidakis 19 June 2019 : Mr Walsh My question is to the Premier. The former minister for innovation Philip Dalidakis was a champion of Victoria’s forest industries having previously worked for the Victorian Association of Forest Industries. Was Mr Dalidakis supportive of the Andrews government’s policy to…

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Questions Without Notice – Timber Industry

19 June 2019 : Mr Walsh Speaker Philip Dalidakis publicly slighted the Premier by going to the Governor before informing him of his resignation. How can Victorians have confidence in the Premier’s support for the 22 000 jobs in the forest industry when obviously Mr Dalidakis has clearly lost faith in the Premier’s leadership?

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