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Welcome to my website

Welcome to my website.

I’m a Liberal Member for Southern Metropolitan, an upper house seat in the State Parliament that covers Albert Park, Bentleigh, Brighton, Burwood, Caulfield, Hawthorn, Kew, Malvern, Oakleigh, Prahran and Sandringham electorates.

I’m committed to listening to locals about what needs to be done to make our home an even better place to live, work and raise a family.

My priorities for Southern Metropolitan are:

– Improving infrastructure and local roads to cater for increased demand
– Delivering better schools and health services
– Building safer and stronger communities
– Protecting our beaches and parks

I want to know more about what matters to you, and how I can help you and your family. You can call, write or send me an email any time.

Margaret Fitzherbert
Member for  Southern Metropolitan Region

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Member Statement – Cervical cancer

Ms FITZHERBERT (Southern Metropolitan) — I rise to acknowledge that Australia continues to take a world-leading role in the battle to eradicate cervical cancer. We have already seen the contribution Australia has made to the world through the Gardasil vaccine, and some newly...
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Speech – Standing Committee on Legal and Social Issues

Ms FITZHERBERT (Southern Metropolitan) — I expect to get nothing short of a standing ovation from the chamber when I say I am going to speak very briefly on this motion, which is —Ms Shing interjected. Ms FITZHERBERT — I am very conscious that there is a lot of opposition...
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Speech – Children and Justice Legislation Amendment (Youth Justice Reform) Bill 2017

Ms FITZHERBERT (Southern Metropolitan) — I follow of course Ms Patten and I have listened with interest to some of the comments she has made about the process that has brought us to this point, and she has summed it up quite well I think. We have a tandem process going in some...
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