MEDIA RELEASE

7 November 2019

 

Member for Northern Victoria Tim Quilty invites education minister to ageing school building

Tim Quilty, Liberal Democrats Member for Northern Victoria, visited Wodonga Middle Years College to see for himself how teachers and students are struggling in the outdated Huon Campus.

With no funding since 2008, the building is suffering a catalogue of problems which Mr Quilty wants to share with Education Minister James Merlino.

“If the Minister saw what I saw on Monday, I’m certain he would be more than happy to open his cheque book and fix the problems facing the staff and students at Wodonga Middle Years College’s Huon Campus,” Mr Quilty said.

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MEDIA RELEASE

6 November 2019

 

Childcare Over-Regulation

The following can be attributed to Tim Quilty, Liberal Democrats Member for Northern Victoria:

“Mr Gepp is right in asserting that families want the best possible care for their children. However, this is not going to happen by adding more and more regulations which will drive up costs and reduce the number of people wishing to enter the industry.

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25 October 2019

 

Member for Northern Victoria Tim Quilty calls for overtaking safety review of Black Spur

The following can be attributed to Tim Quilty, Liberal Democrats Member for Northern Victoria:

“I have driven on this road and am well aware of the challenges which face drivers along its length, particularly when it comes to overtaking.

“While cyclists have every right to use the road, it is also unreasonable to expect drivers to travel at cycling pace for kilometre after kilometre.

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7 October 2019

 

Courts failure on farm invasions dangerous: Quilty

Liberal Democrats MP Tim Quilty says a tragedy could occur unless Victorian magistrates step up to deter animal activists.

A final public parliamentary hearing into the impact of animal rights activism on Victorian agriculture is being held in Wangaratta tomorrow. Speaking in his capacity as MP for Northern Victoria, Mr Quilty said court determinations have failed to reflect the trauma experienced by farmers who have been invaded by animal activists.

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 12 September 2019

“We’re going to need new politicians”: Quilty

Both major parties have turned their backs on northern Victorians after rejecting a motion by Liberal Democrats MP for Northern Victoria Tim Quilty to withdraw from the Murray Darling Basin Plan.

Despite being told that crops are failing and inland dairy farming in the region is on its last legs, Mark Gepp and Wendy Lovell who represent northern Victoria for Labor and the Liberal parties both spoke against the motion. Ms Lovell proposed an amendment to redraft the Plan and Mr Gepp refused to even consider redrafting it. Mr Quilty said he was bitterly disappointed in them.

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