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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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Constituency Question – Parks Victoria Albert Park facility

Ms FITZHERBERT (Southern Metropolitan) (12:54) — My constituency question is to the Special Minister of State, and it follows on from the question I asked on 21 August regarding the Parks Victoria Albert Park facility. I acknowledge and appreciate the written response that I have...
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Speech – Prevention of Family Violence Bill

Ms FITZHERBERT (Southern Metropolitan) (18:20) — I am pleased to be able to speak briefly on the bill that is before us this evening, the Prevention of Family Violence Bill 2018. I have listened to the other contributions with a great deal of interest. I too want to make...
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International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day – Motion

International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day Ms FITZHERBERT (Southern Metropolitan) (10:50) — I am very pleased to stand and move: That this house calls on the government to join other Australian states in recognising 15 October each year as International Pregnancy and...
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