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Farrah Tomazin is The Sunday Age's state political editor. Farrah joined the paper in 2000, reporting on general news, courts and crime, local government and state politics. She was The Age's state political correspondent ahead the 2006 Victorian election, and later spent three years as education editor before becoming a feature writer on Victorian affairs. She returned to the state rounds press gallery for The Sunday Age in 2011.
Farrah Tomazin How is the Andrews government shaping Victoria? Experts across key fields give the Premier and his team the thumbs up or thumbs down.
Farrah Tomazin One of Melbourne's busiest arterials will be widened under a $400 million plan to ease congestion across the city.
Farrah Tomazin The bell rings, and the two men circle each other in the centre of the cage, throwing a series of routine kicks and jabs.
Farrah Tomazin Victoria Police is set to investigate an alleged fraud that ripped off dozens of students at a regional TAFE and potentially cost taxpayers millions of dollars in state subsidies.
Marissa Calligeros and Farrah Tomazin A woman was left injured and slipping in and out of consciousness in her crashed car for more than an hour on Monday night because emergency services could not find her.
Farrah Tomazin The Law Reform Commission is to consider whether the law should be updated to allow people to leave legally binding instructions about disposal of their bodies.
Melbourne University professor of languages
Farrah Tomazin The state government has dumped an ambitious target to have every child from prep to year 10 learning a second language by 2025, as it reassess how languages are offered in Victorian schools.
Farrah Tomazin Victoria has a serious corruption problem that is likely to worsen unless Premier Daniel Andrews fixes the state's integrity regime, a coalition of former judges, politicians and academics has warned.
Farrah Tomazin The giant panda lies on its back munching through sticks of bamboo, its legs wide apart and its enormous stomach on proud display to the hordes of snap-happy tourists.
Farrah Tomazin Victoria has become the only state to sign a cultural agreement with China's national government, in an historic deal that will result in the exchange of more festivals and arts over the next five...
China Free Trade Agreement ''a very good deal'', says Premier Daniel Andrews during China trade mission
Farrah Tomazin Premier Daniel Andrews has begun his first official visit to China facing pressure within Labor ranks to "call out the problems" of the free trade agreement.
Farrah Tomazin Dodgy short courses – in which "qualifications" can be obtained within days – will be stamped out under a "zero-tolerance" crackdown.
Farrah Tomazin The state government is pushing ahead with a controversial plan to breath-test judges and politicians, despite calls to rethink the policy.
Farrah Tomazin Schools could get financial incentives to accept struggling students and prevent the most vulnerable youth from leaving, under a proposed shake-up being considered by former state premier Steve...
Farrah Tomazin As the debate around same-sex marriage intensifies nationally, in Victoria many gay couples are fighting another battle for equality – over the state's adoption laws.
Farrah Tomazin A new proposal, if approved, will give Victoria's equal opportunity watchdog sweeping powers to investigate discrimination.
Farrah Tomazin Victoria's freedom-of-information watchdog has been embroiled in a "jobs for mates" controversy after spending almost $1 million on contractors linked to the outgoing commissioner's old workplace.
Farrah Tomazin The rising threat of the Greens is forcing the major parties to dramatically rethink their political strategies, with Labor considering moving a key minister from the inner city and the Liberal Party...
Farrah Tomazin, Chris Vedelago State opposition leader Matthew Guy has moved to quell ongoing fury over the Victorian Liberals' financial scandal, urging members not to play the "blame game".
Farrah Tomazin Australian women are just as ambitious as men, but 80 per cent don't believe they will progress to senior positions at the same rate – and half of their male counterparts agree.