- Governments should not involve their taxpayers as compulsory investors in publicly owned enterprises capable of being handled by the private sector.
- Deregulation should be stepped up.
- Australia's Federal structure has outlived its usefulness and now involves the community in much inefficiency, duplication of effort and needless additional costs.
Nick Renton lives in Victoria, Australia. Who's Who in Victoria summarised his views on what Victoria meant to him as follows:
Victoria is blessed with a good climate and great scenery. Its capital, Melbourne, has many attractive buildings and wide tree-lined streets. It contains numerous public parks. Melbourne is also the home to some major companies.
The city was clever enough to retain its tramway system at a time when the other capitals in Australia were getting rid of theirs. The city is friendly to tourists, as illustrated by the free city circle tram service and the novel restaurant trams.
Victoria's regional cities also have their own attractions - for example, the recreated historic gold mining village, Sovereign Hill at Ballarat.
The many excellent facilities in the State include major hospitals, popular museums and art galleries, and a number of universities.