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State Member for Ferntree Gully

It’s an honour to represent the Ferntree Gully electorate in the Parliament of Victoria.  I hope that you will take a few moments to look around and learn more about the work I do as your MP.

You can also use this website to contact me with your feedback if you have any comments or queries that I can assist with.

Kind regards,

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Nick Wakeling MP
State Member for Ferntree Gully
Shadow Minister for Emergency Services, Child Protection, Industrial Relations and Workplace Safety

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Andrews must explain sweetheart deal with union bosses on North East Link costs

Friday 22 May 2020 Reports today the Andrews Government has worked closely with union bosses to inflate wages on the North East Link are deeply concerning. At a time of economic crisis, Victorians have a right to know why the North East Link Project office is reportedly sharing...
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Taxpayer ‘forks out for union access’ in Victorian jobs scheme

Thursday 21 May 2020 In today’s The Australian, I call out the Andrews government’s sneaky clause in the ‘Working for Victoria’ contracts which force struggling businesses to give extraordinary access to workplaces by union officials in return for taxpayer...
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Information You Need to Know

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Monday 23 March 2020 In our local communities, we are seeing social and economic changes in our streets and upon our neighbours, in a way that has not been witnessed since wartime. As you would be aware information is changing rapidly, so advice will be updated as changes occur....
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Advocacy for Knox Gardens Primary School

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Thursday 5 March 2020 Mr WAKELING – I would like to raise a matter of importance with the Minister for Education, and the action I am seeking is for the minister to provide Knox Gardens Primary School with an additional portable classroom. School council president Mr James...
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