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Welcome

I will fight to make sure that our local area, including one of the fastest growing areas in Victoria,  gets the infrastructure and services it needs now and into the future.

I've been listening to locals about the issues affecting the Kew electorate. My priorities include:

  • Improving infrastructure and local roads to cater for increased demand
  • Delivering better schools and health services
  • Building safer and stronger communities

I want to hear from you about what I can do to make Kew a better place for you and your family. You can call, write a letter, or send me an email any time.

Tim Smith
State Member for Kew
Shadow Parliamentary Secretary to the Leader of the Opposition

Latest News

 

Member for Tarneit - Member Statement

Mr T. SMITH — We cannot see yet if the member Tarneit is going to turn up today. He probably should not. He ought to hang his head in shame. He ought to resign.Honourable members interjecting.Mr T. SMITH — I am glad the Premier is here. The Premier should boot the member for Tarneit out ...
  Thursday, 22 June 2017

Vicky the Truck - Members Statement

Mr T. SMITH (Kew) — Honourable members will be aware of the presence yesterday of Vicky the propaganda truck that was parked outside the Parliament. This ridiculous semitrailer, $1 million worth of semitrailer paid for by the taxpayers of Victoria — —Honourable members ...
  Thursday, 22 June 2017

Brighton Incident - Members Statement

Brighton incidentMr T. SMITH — The ugly spectre of terrorism appeared again thisweek, this time in Brighton where Yacqub Khayre murdered Kai Hao, a Chinese‑Australianwho was simply doing his job as an attendant at an apartment block. I paytribute to the special operations group who rushed to ...
  Thursday, 8 June 2017

Kirsty Boden and Sara Zelenak - Members Statement

Mr T. SMITH (Kew) — It is my sad duty to mourn the loss of two fineyoung Australians who were murdered on London Bridge in London by terrorists.Kirsty Boden was a nurse from South Australia and Sara Zelenak was a nanny fromQueensland. They were two young women, roughly my age, who went to ...
  Thursday, 8 June 2017

Budget Reply speech

APPROPRIATION (2017–2018) BILL 2017 Second reading Mr T. SMITH (Kew) — It is my pleasure to speak on the budget thisyear. I was not given the opportunity to speak on it last year because of thebizarre and haphazard way the Labor Party, and particularly the Leader of theHouse, runs this ...
  Thursday, 11 May 2017

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