Question on Notice: Environment and climate change: Port Phillip Bay - channel deepening

11/10/2007

MS PENNICUIK -- To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change: In relation to the Environmental Protection Authority's (EPA) role in monitoring the Port of Melbourne Corporation's (PoMC) Environmental Management Plan (EMP) for the Channel Deepening Project (CDP):

Question on Notice: Environment and climate change: Port Phillip Bay - channel deepening

11/10/2007

MS PENNICUIK -- To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change: In relation to the Inquiry Panel (the Panel) into the Channel Deepening Project (CDP) Supplementary Environmental Effects Statement (SEES) which asked the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) to assist them to determine whether the Port of Melbourne Corporation (PoMC) had met 'best practice' in relation to the State Env

Question on Notice: Australian Grand Prix - economic benefits

11/10/2007

MS PENNICUIK -- To ask the Minister for Industry and Trade (for the Minister for Tourism and Major Events): In relation to the Auditor-General's report on the economic benefits of the 2005 Grand Prix and the Minister's media release on 23 May 2007 responding to this report in which the Minister indicated that the National Institute of Economic and Industry Research (NIEIR) economic impact model

Question on Notice: Roads and ports: Port Phillip Bay - channel deepening

07/06/2007

MS PENNICUIK -- To ask the Minister for Industry and State Development (for the Minister for Roads and Ports): In relation to the Eddington East West Transport Study, which is due to deliver its findings in 2008, with truck traffic problems in the inner west as part of its terms of reference, which will surely be crucial to the viability or otherwise of Port of Melbourne plans, including channe

Question on Notice: Corrections: Melbourne Custody Centre -- Ombudsman's recommendations

10/06/2008

MS PENNICUIK -- To ask the Minister for Planning (for the Minister for Corrections): In relation to the implementation of Ombudsman Victoria's recommendations and Melbourne Custody Centre issues:

Question on Notice: Skills and workforce participation: vocational education and training -- funding

29/10/2008

MS PENNICUIK -- To ask the Minister for Industry and Trade (for the Minister for Skills and Workforce Participation): In relation to the Victorian Government's vocational education and training reform statement --Securing Jobs for Your Future--, released in late August 2008, which states that TAFE providers will receive Government funding additional to the funding outlined on pages 34-35 of the

Q: Skills and workforce participation - vocational education and training-funding

29/10/2008

MS PENNICUIK -- To ask the Treasurer (for the Minister for Skills and Workforce Participation): In relation to the package of changes to Vocational Education and Training (VET) announced by the Premier on the 26 August 2008 and detailed in the ministerial statement --Securing Jobs for Your Future-Skills for Victoria--:

Question on Notice - Jumps racing - what systems are in place to monitor the 2009 season?

02/04/2009

MS PENNICUIK -- To ask the Minister for Planning (for the Minister for Racing): In relation to horse falls, injuries and deaths in Victorian jumps racing, and following the 2008 review of Judge David Jones into the safety of Victorian jumps racing which recommended improved training of jumps jockeys, trainers and horses as well as modified hurdles and better preparation of tracks for the 2009 s

Question on Notice - Jumps racing - how are horse deaths and welfare monitored?

02/04/2009

MS PENNICUIK -- To ask the Minister for Planning (for the Minister for Racing): In relation to statistics for 2008 indicating approximately 70 horses failed to reappear after a jumps racing incident, 12 of 173 horses were killed on the track during a jumps race, one was killed in a trial and many other injured horses were 'retired' without monitoring or information on their welfare or whereabou

Question on Notice - Jumps racing - how has the racing industry been 'put on notice'?

01/04/2009

MS PENNICUIK -- To ask the Minister for Planning (for the Minister for Racing): In relation to high levels of horse death, fall and injury in jumps racing, and the Minister's statement in a media release of 4 December 2008 that --The industry has been put on notice that the events of the 2008 jumps racing season cannot be repeated and that if jumps racing is to continue to have a long-term