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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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From the Shadow Minister's Desk

Statement on industrial relations during COVID-19 crisis

Monday 30 March 2020 Reports are emerging that some Victorian businesses are being threatened with legal action by union officials during the current COVID-19 pandemic. While there is significant goodwill being shown between industry and unions leaders, it appears not to be...
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Statement on Melissa “not my job” Horne’s intervention

Tuesday 25 February 2020 Commuters have had to put up with 10 tram strikes in the last six months because Labor Public Transport Minister Melissa “not my job” Horne has been hiding under her desk. Less than two weeks ago, Horne protested that it was not her job to intervene to...
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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 I will try and keep you updated as these...
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What is the cost of Labor’s failure to act sooner?

Friday 28 February 2020 Reports today of an in-principle agreement on pay and conditions between Yarra Trams and the transport union is cold comfort for commuters who’ve endured six months of tram strikes. By claiming this in-principle agreement as a “win”, Labor’s Public...
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