Ted Baillieu


Business reacts to Ted Baillieu’s shock resignation as Victorian premier

3:18PM | Thursday, 7 March 2013 |  The Victorian business community says the resignation of Ted Baillieu as premier may represent a good opportunity for more openness surrounding changes to business policy.

THE NEWS WRAP: Napthine sworn in as Victorian premier after shock Baillieu resignation

3:21AM | Thursday, 7 March 2013 |  Ted Baillieu has resigned as premier of Victoria, with Denis Napthine sworn in as his replacement overnight, amid mounting turmoil in the state government.

Sports betting ban would cripple an industry, says online entrepreneur

2:47PM | Friday, 8 February 2013 |  Calls for a nationwide ban on sports betting would cripple an entire industry, says the chief executive of horseracing site Punters Paradise, but he is adamant the move will never go ahead.

Victoria hit by floods as Qld begins recovery effort

1:14PM | Monday, 17 January 2011 |  The Victorian floods are expected to cost the state economy millions of dollars, with more than 3,000 Victorians forced to flee their homes as floodwaters continue to rise.

Business groups expecting action from Baillieu

11:21PM | Tuesday, 30 November 2010 |  Ted Baillieu is wasting no time as Victoria’s newly-appointed Premier, with plans to recall State Parliament before Christmas and challenge the Federal Government’s reform agenda.

THE NEWS WRAP: Ted Baillieu aims to push through the Coalition’s policies before Christmas

11:07AM | Tuesday, 30 November 2010 |  Ted Baillieu, the Premier-elect of Victoria, is looking to push through the Coalition’s policies for the state before Christmas after John Brumby conceded defeat following Saturday’s election.

Baillieu set to topple Brumby in Victoria

11:27PM | Monday, 29 November 2010 |  Ted Baillieu is on the brink of being named as Victoria’s new Premier, ending an 11-year period of a Labor Government.

Brumby and Baillieu lay business policies on the table

11:38PM | Friday, 26 November 2010 |  Victorian voters will go to the polls tomorrow to decide who should lead the State for the next three years.