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New Victorian Solar Feed-in Tariffs to recognise Greenhouse gas avoidance

New solar feed-in tariffs (FIT) are being introduced by the Andrews Labor government in Victoria, based on the time-of-day – peak, off-peak and shoulder – which better reflects current electricity pricing. 888 more words


Victorian Government and Birth Certificates

History cannot be changed.

This axiom used to be true, until now with the Victorian Government introducing a Bill, giving people freedom to alter their birth certificates, as much as once a year, should they feel the need. 1,096 more words


Study shows huge flaws with Safe Schools

Where are we leading our children?

The Safe Schools Program made the front page of my local newspaper this week. One of the local councillors, Paul Peulich, raised concerns over the program at a recent Council meeting. 783 more words


Murray Basin Railway Transformation

Earlier today, the Victorian State Government released their plan for the Murray Basin freight rail network. The Andrews Labor Government stated in their media release that steps 3 & 4 were dependent on Commonwealth funding confirmation; however, stage 1 was now complete and they had commenced consultation for stage 2 of their major project. 355 more words

Australian Politics

Incoherent ‘inherent requirement’ test

Two months ago I sat in a packed room where Mr Tim Wilson MP and Rev Dr Michael Bird addressed the topic, ‘Freedom of Speech in Australia today’. 774 more words


Victoria steps up with renewables target and ban on fracking

In mid June Victoria stepped up it’s Renewable Energy target to 25 percent renewable energy share by 2020, and 40 percent by 2025. And this week Premier Daniel Andrews announced a permanent ban on onshore unconventional gas exploration and development and hydraulic fracturing (fracking). 647 more words