Law-breaking activists to cop new sanctions

Tough new laws to better protect farmers and farm businesses against people inciting farm trespass have passed the Federal Parliament. The new laws, passed last week, will mean anyone sharing farmers’ private details online to incite farm trespass will risk jail time and follows the publishing of thousands of farmers’ home addresses on the Aussie…

Shade Grants Now Open

Local schools, community groups and sporting clubs across the Murray Plains electorate are encouraged to apply for funding from the 2019 Shade Grants Program that is now open. Leader of The Nationals and Member for Murray Plains Peter Walsh said by establishing shaded areas within our schools and communities we can seriously abate the negative…

New Crime Reporting Hotline is off beat

The announcement by the Andrews Labor Government of a new crime reporting hotline will come as little comfort to rural Victorians struggling to get police to respond when they need it most. Leader of The Nationals and Member for Murray Plains Peter Walsh said the Andrews Labor Government has spent $212 million to provide a…

Grants Available for Crime Prevention in Murray Plains

Wednesday 23rd May 2018 Community groups and councils can now access grants for local crime prevention initiatives across the Murray Plains electorate. Leader of The Nationals and Member for Murray Plains Peter Walsh MP today encouraged local councils to apply for up to $250 000 under the Public Safety Infrastructure Fund (PSIF).  Mr Walsh said…

Zero Tolerance to Fuel Theft

Tuesday 1st August 2017 Leader of The Nationals and Member for Murray Plains Peter Walsh has delivered a strong message of zero tolerance to those with intent to steal fuel. Mr Walsh applauded today’s announcement by the Liberal National Coalition that fuel drive-offs would be treated as a criminal matter under a Coalition Government from…