Richard Wynne met with public housing tenants in East Geelong on August 21st to hear their concerns about the Baillieu Government's public housing review.
Gillard Government funding for new housing has reduced the public housing waiting list.
Vulnerable Victorians will be waiting longer for housing because it just isn’t a priority for Mr Baillieu
The Baillieu Government’s failure to properly invest in Victoria’s public and social housing will result in vulnerable families waiting longer for the most basic human need – shelter.
The Housing Minister, Wendy Lovell, should release overdue Victorian Public Housing Waiting list data immediately, rather than trying to sneak it out tomorrow afternoon.
The Baillieu Government must rule out raising rents, selling stock or cutting funding from Victoria’s public housing following the release of the Auditor-General’s report into public housing.
New figures have revealed that more people in Victoria’s north west are waiting for public housing than three months ago.
New figures have revealed that more people in Victoria’s north are waiting for public housing than months ago.
New figures have revealed that more people in the Grampians region are waiting for public housing than three months ago.
Housing Minister Wendy Lovell has again released the public housing waiting list data late on a Friday afternoon in a sneaky attempt to avoid scrutiny.
The Baillieu Government has hit some of the poorest members of the community by pocketing more of their pension at a time when the cost of living is rising.
The Baillieu Government has sought to avoid scrutiny yet again by sneaking out the latest public housing waiting list data late on a Friday afternoon.
Local Government Minister Jeanette Powell has been caught out misleading Victorians, by claiming councils would receive a far lower increase in Commonwealth funding than was actually the case.
The Baillieu Government’s plan to tackle homelessness fails women and young people and comes on top of a record lack of funding for housing in the State Budget.
The Baillieu Government has been caught out trying to avoid scrutiny by burying the release of the public housing waiting lists data for the June Quarter.
The Baillieu Government is feeling the pressure to reverse its decision to dramatically cut funding from public libraries as the community steps up its campaign.
An overwhelming community backlash has forced the Baillieu Government to reverse its decision to dramatically cut funding from public libraries.
Minister for Housing Wendy Lovell has failed to turn up to an event in Thomastown, instead sending the wrong local MP.