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I’m Joshua Morris, your local Member for Western Victoria.

Western Victoria is a great place to live and work and I’m determined to keep it that way.

I know that how our state is run now has huge consequences for future generations.

That’s why I’ve been working hard to hold the State Government to account and make sure that Daniel Andrews delivers what he promised.

I’m standing up for this community and fighting for what we need.

  • Local jobs and opportunities for young people
  • Upgrades to local schools
  • Access to better health services and upgrades to hospitals
  • Less wasted money and more investment in our roads

 

We’re fortunate to live in a great part of Victoria with beautiful natural landscapes and thriving local communities.

By working together we can fix local problems and create a better future right here in Western Victoria.

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Joshua Morris
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Crime continues to climb in Ballarat

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15 December 2016 New statistics released today confirm that criminal activity in the Ballarat region continues to surge under Daniel Andrews. Local Ballarat MP Joshua Morris has renewed calls for more local police and a strengthening of the justice system in the wake of today’s...
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New early childhood service for Lucas, but still no school

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30 November 2016 Local Ballarat MP Joshua Morris has welcomed today’s sod turning at the Lucas Community Hub, which was funded by the Ballarat Council and the former Liberal Government in June 2014. “It’s great that construction of this project, which was funded by the former...
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120 parks slashed from Ballarat station

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29 November 2016 Local Ballarat MP, Joshua Morris, has called on the Andrews Government to reverse their decision to scrap at least 30% of available car parks when the Ballarat Railway Station is redeveloped next year. Plans for the redevelopment, which were released today, show...
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