Victorian Government

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John Phillips (jurist) - Support For Independence of The Judiciary
... In the Australian experience, government is separated into three branches, the executive, legislative and judicial branches ... For example, the Supreme Court was referred to as "Business Unit 19" by the Victorian Government ... Phillips did not suggest that the Victorian Government would attempt to influence directly a decision of the court ...
Railways In Melbourne - History - Privatisation
... State Governments of both sides of politics began to push for reform of the railway network, proposing conversion of the Upfield, Williamstown and Alamein lines ... Federal government funding was made available for the electrification of the Cranbourne line in 1995 ... The Kennett Government also initiated a number of reforms to the operation of the railway system, with guards being abolished from suburban trains and train drivers taking over the task of door ...
EastLink (Melbourne) - Controversies
... The Victorian Government, led by Steve Bracks, initially planned not to build the road, instead promising to invest in public transport ... Though the government reversed their policy position and decided to go ahead with the road instead ... The Victorian Government's position is that project was not viable without tolls ...
Royal Melbourne Show - Displays - Pavilions
... In 2012 the Grand Pavilion also hosted some of the Victorian Government stands ... The Paddock to Plate Pavilion is where companies, government agencies and educational institutions come together to present a showcase of the latest innovations in the meat ... It is a Pavilion designed to showcase country Victorian produce and food ...

Famous quotes containing the words government and/or victorian:

    In the long-run every Government is the exact symbol of its People, with their wisdom and unwisdom; we have to say, Like People like Government.
    Thomas Carlyle (1795–1881)

    Apart from letters, it is the vulgar custom of the moment to deride the thinkers of the Victorian and Edwardian eras; yet there has not been, in all history, another age ... when so much sheer mental energy was directed toward creating a fairer social order.
    Ellen Glasgow (1873–1945)