A re-elected Andrews Labor Government will help Victorians save around $890 a year on their power bills with half price solar panels at no up-front cost.

  • Cutting Power Bills with Solar Panels for 650,000 Homes
    Cutting Power Bills with Solar Panels for 650,000 Homes
  • Workers Win Right To Portable Long Service Benefits
    Workers Win Right To Portable Long Service Benefits
  • Free TAFE for priority courses
    Free TAFE for priority courses
Natalie Hutchins
Minister for Industrial Relations
Minister for Aboriginal Affairs
Minister for Women
Minister for the Prevention of Family Violence

Welcome to my website, which contains information about what I’ve been doing in the community and in the Victorian Parliament, as well as updates on local news and events. As your State Member of Parliament, I am here to help you and your family in any way I can. Please feel free to contact me at my office in Sydenham or send through an email.

Media Releases

Delivering The First Stage Of A New Melton Hospital

October 19, 2018
A re-elected Andrews Labor Government will start planning for a new Melton Hospital to give locals a 24-hour public hospital close to home.

Liberals’ Plan To Cut Family Violence Services

October 18, 2018
Matthew Guy and the Liberals have today confirmed they will cut funding to family violence services if they win the next election, putting women and children at risk.

Parliament

Taylors-Kings roads, Delahey

September 7, 2018
Ms HUTCHINS — In addition to this, our investment in the Taylors Road–Kings Road roundabout removal is on track. It is the intersection between the three key seats in the west — Sydenham, Koroit and St Albans — and I know the members of Koroit and St Albans are pleased to see this on track.

Long Service Benefits Portability Bill 2018

March 28, 2018
Ms Previous DocumentHUTCHINSNext Hit (Minister for Industrial Relations) (18:11:25) — I move: That this bill be now read a second time. Speech as follows, except for statement under section 85(5) of the Constitution Act 1975, incorporated into Hansard under standing orders: It has often been said in this house that long service leave is a benefit that all workers should enjoy, as a reward for long and faithful service, and to allow workers to take a break from their jobs and spend time with their families.