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From the Deputy Premier

Peter Ryan

The Hon Peter Ryan MP

The Victorian Coalition Government has confirmed that it is proceeding with its policy to remove the requirement for those involved in large commercial property transactions to hold a licence under the Estate Agents Act 1980 (Act), while maintaining appropriate consumer protections for buyers and sellers of property in Victoria.

A state-of-the art hydroponics facility, growing leafy vegetables such a spinach and rocket, will be built at Bunyip in Victoria's east, creating 40 new local jobs.

More than 100 skilled food manufacturing jobs will be secured or created at the former Golden Circle site in Mill Park, following negotiations and significant assistance from the Victorian Coalition Government.

A comprehensive $150 million action package that will reduce the incidence of family violence across Victoria has been unveiled today by the Victorian Coalition Government.

Cambridge Mercantile Group, a corporate global payments and risk management solution provider, has established a new office in Melbourne, creating 50 new jobs within three years.


Forty-five new jobs will be created in Toora with ViPlus dairy announcing today it will embark on a $50.4 million expansion that will boost production of high quality locally produced dairy products for the export market.

South Gippsland families will have improved access to kindergarten, maternal and child health and childcare with a Victorian Coalition Government investment of $1.6 million in the Integrated Children's Centre at Korumburra.

Mortlock Hydroponics will complete a $2.2 million expansion of its hydroponic cherry tomato facility at Carisbrook with the support of the Victorian Liberal Nationals Coalition Government.

Talbot's historic Methodist Church building, home of the Talbot Arts and Historical Museum, will be restored thanks to a $90,000 investment from the Victorian Coalition Government's $1 billion Regional Growth Fund.

Thursday, 09 October 2014

True Foods' relocation from Melbourne to Maryborough has created 250 new local jobs, with the company quickly becoming one of the region's largest employers.

An additional 5.35 kilometres of cycling and walking trails will link key sites in Mildura including Blandowski Walk, Chaffey Bend, Apex Park, Old Mildura Homestead, Mildura Ski Club and Riverside Golf Club.

Lamattina Beverages' new $5.53 million purpose-built factory at Thurla has increased carrot juice production by 50 per cent, created eight new full-time jobs and cemented the Sunraysia region as one of Australia's premier juice producing areas.

Deputy Premier and Leader of The Nationals Peter Ryan visited Kilmore today to mark the start of the $450,000 redevelopment of Kilmore's Mill Street, which will deliver a new pedestrian plaza and other key improvements.

Monday, 06 October 2014

Labor's pamphlet, released today, reveals Labor will cut funding for country Victoria by at least $1.936 billion, Deputy Premier Peter Ryan said today.

The historic Dimboola Weir and Wimmera Street Bridge were reopened today, following almost $6 million worth of investment to repair the key local assets.

The Natimuk Showgrounds, home of the iconic Nati-Frinj Festival, will receive a major facelift with the the construction of a new 178 square metre multi-purpose building.

Southbank residents have called for better access to Horsham's CBD, schools, sporting facilities and health care services and the Victorian Coalition Government has answered, investing $500,000 in the construction of a new pedestrian bridge.

Deputy Premier and The Nationals Member for Gippsland South Peter Ryan today announced funding of $1.3 million for an iconic project known as the Black Spur that will complete an important section of the Great Southern Rail Trail.

Residents and businesses in Lakes Entrance and Orbost will be connected to reticulated natural gas by the middle of 2016.

Residents and businesses in Heathcote will be connected to reticulated natural gas by the end of 2016.