Farrah Tomazin

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.

The Andrews government is spending big to spruik its level crossing program.

Almost $1b spent on government ads

Victorians spent almost $1 billion dollars on government advertising over nine years – including the cost of spruiking unfunded promises and infrastructure projects that were never built.

Opposition Leader Matthew Guy faces internal divisions over Safe Schools.

Libs divided over Safe Schools

A fresh battle looms in the Victorian Liberal Party, with Opposition Leader Matthew Guy facing internal divisions over his election plan to scrap the controversial Safe Schools program.

Catholic schools have declared war on Liberals over Gonski education funding.

Tensions erupt over Liberal links to Gonski campaign

Factional warfare in the Victorian Liberal Party has reignited after a senior official was accused of being involved in a Catholic schools campaign against the Turnbull government's Gonski 2.0 education funding reforms.