Mary Wooldridge MP

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Mary Wooldridge MP is Shadow Minister for Innovation, Jobs and Trade, Shadow Minister for Training and Skills, and Shadow Minister for Higher Education.

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Remove Eltham Rail Crossings

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Would you like to see any of the rail level crossings in Eltham removed?

Crime soaring in Nillumbik and Banyule

Thursday, March 23, 2017

What new measures and additional resources will be directed to the Nillumbik and Banyule police to help combat an alarming change in crime under the Andrews Government? Crime in Nillumbik has soared by nearly 48 percent in the last two years - one of the highest local government area increases. Crime in Banyule has risen more than 14 percent in the last two years, including over 900 extra thefts per year.

Government Performance

Thursday, March 09, 2017

Not content with having lost three ministers and a Government Whip, the Andrews government has sunk to a new low with a fresh crisis over the past fortnight: the unprecedented loss of a Speaker and a Deputy Speaker due to systemic rorting of the political entitlements system by these Labor MPs.

Vicki Ward's Train to Nowhere

Friday, March 03, 2017

The now Member for Eltham - Vicki Ward promised, prior to the last election, that Labor would deliver these services in 2015. It's now 2017, the services haven't been delivered and ​it is time for answers, so once more I have asked the Government when can we expect these services to be delivered on these very overcrowded and busy trains?

North East Truck Curfew and Bolton Street Failure

Friday, February 17, 2017

The government decided to implement a one-year truck curfew in Montmorency, Eltham and Viewbank from August 2015. It was designed to improve local areas at night, however, the Victorian Transport Association claims that the curfew has failed and has created more congestion during the day.

Government Performance

Wednesday, February 08, 2017

We return in 2017 to exactly where we finished off in 2016: a youth justice system in crisis; crime at all-time highs; a broken desalination plant, while heavy rains hit Victoria; and a government that spent the summer on holidays while Victoria suffered a lack of leadership at the most testing times.

North East Link a priority for Eltham residents

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

A Victorian Parliamentary Intern’s report into Eltham’s traffic issues echoes Eltham residents concluding that the North East Link would provide a significant and lasting reduction in congested areas in Eltham and the broader north east. The report further suggests that building the road should be an immediate priority.

Vicki Ward Still Playing Catch Up on Traffic Safety

Friday, December 16, 2016

Vicki Ward is playing catchup asking residents about their concerns of Main Road and Leane Drive. The Liberal Government identified this part of the road as a safety issue over two years ago and promised $1.5 million to install traffic lights at that dangerous intersection. Labor should match out promise.​

Eltham Refugees

Thursday, October 27, 2016

St Vincent's Care Services and CatholicCare have invested millions to renovate 60 units in Eltham to house 120 Syrian refugees: women, children and couples with a child. This is an important initiative which will help them settle, get a renting history and integrate into Victoria's welcoming, safe and peaceful way of life.

Nillumbik Police Numbers

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

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