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Constituency Question: Windsor Station

Mr HIBBINS (Prahran): My constituency question is for the Minister for Transport Infrastructure, and can I ask for further details on the budget item ‘planning for an upgrade of the Windsor station southern platform second entrance’, including the amount of funding, the extent of planning, the time lines and when any...


Second Reading: Education and Training Reform Amendment (Victorian Academy of Teaching and Leadership) Bill 2021

Mr HIBBINS (Prahran): I rise to speak on behalf of the Greens to the Education and Training Reform Amendment (Victorian Academy of Teaching and Leadership) Bill 2021. This is a bill that will establish the Victorian Academy of Teaching and Leadership. Great teachers, quality teachers, are just so important to our...



Members Statement: Precinct Revitalisation

Mr. Hibbins (Prahran): It was great to be back out in the Prahran electorate after lockdown visiting Prahran Market and the shops on Chapel Street and taking the kids to Grattan Gardens and Prahran Square, and I can tell you the streets are as vibrant as ever. Our local shopping...


Adjournment Matter: Windsor Station & Australian Timetable Association

Mr HIBBINS (Prahran): My adjournment matter is for the Minister for Transport Infrastructure as the minister I believe is responsible for VicTrack, and the action I seek is for the minister to work with VicTrack and the Australian Timetable Association to facilitate their tenancy of the vacant Windsor station building. Having...



Second Reading: Education and Training Reform Amendment (Protection of School Communities) Bill 2021

Mr HIBBINS (Prahran): I rise to speak to the Education and Training Reform Amendment (Protection of School Communities) Bill 2021. This bill amends the Education and Training Reform Act 2006 in an effort to address the risks of occupational violence and aggression directed towards school staff from adult members of the school community,...


Members Statement: Wage Growth

Mr HIBBINS (Prahran): I rise to draw the house’s attention to the need for higher wages, particularly for our essential workers who are continuing to work on site during lockdown. We all say thanks to them, but now it is time to demonstrate thanks with higher wages and secure jobs....



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