365 days ago, the Victorian people gave us the greatest privilege of all: the rare chance to make a real difference in the lives of Victorian families.

And we haven’t wasted a single day.

From our first day in office when we declared an end to the war on paramedics, to now with our plans underway to fix the ambulance crisis and save more lives – I said we’d stick to our word and we have.

It’s been a long year but we’ve worked our hardest.

365 days of getting on with it

Medicinal cannabis is coming, adoption equality is coming, and so is Melbourne Metro Rail – the most important public transport project in the country, bar none.

We’re saving TAFE, we saved the wind industry, and we saved the High Country, too.

We cleaned up the East West mess and we’re getting rid of the level crossings which hold up cars, slow down trains and take people’s lives.

Regional industries are growing, the animal cruelty industry is shrinking and the number one law and order issue in the nation – family violence – is facing the most powerful inquiry in Australia’s history.

We’ve tried to do a lot of good.

Our record funding for Victorian schools has given our kids a real chance to learn and achieve and grow, and most importantly, build a great life for themselves.

And I think our efforts to rebuild our broken health system will give so many of our loved ones the peace of mind they deserve – when they need it most.

There’s a lot more work to do just yet.

And we’re getting on with it.

Because we’re a government that puts people first.


Hon Daniel Andrews MP