Profiles in Courage

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14 Responses to Profiles in Courage

  1. Lee says:

    I presume this is because some from a certain demographic have their panties in a knot over Andrews having Maroondah Hospital renamed as the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
    It doesn’t really bother me apart from the cost of doing so, much as I despise Andrews.

  2. and says:

    “I think we would have a conversation with the local Indigenous authorities and I think that this hospital should have an Indigenous name. I think it’s a good fit for this kind of location,” Mr Guy said.

    Yep. This Guy guy is real sharp.

  3. Lee says:

    I don’t know of anyone in my family who is the least bit impressed with Matthew Guy.
    Unfortunately it is a case of vote for him in November, rather than Andrews, who we all utterly loathe.

  4. NoFixedAddress says:

    I absolutely think the Guy’s idea is magnificent.

    We have long needed a place where the finest Indigenous surgical and medical procedures are conducted.

  5. NoFixedAddress says:

    Victoria – Leading The Way.

  6. Morsie says:

    If Guy is the answer, you are asking the wrong question.

  7. Not Trampis says:

    The hospital already had a ‘name’ why would anyone change it?

  8. Chris M says:


  9. Buccaneer says:

    Because reading and comprehension are not your strong point. Actually, Trampis, you’re just an ignorant fool who comes here to insult people, but anyway.

    It would be built on a 22-hectare vacant block of land and include a 250-bed training hospital, training hub and on-site accommodation for healthcare workers.

    Yes, you are talking about a different facility. The Wantirna space has been reserved for a hospital for decades, no one has named it yet.

  10. Shy Ted says:

    May I suggest Lingerlonger. Because you will.

  11. cuckoo says:

    Look on the bright side. It’s one less thing to be named after John Cain or Joan Kirner.

  12. Lee says:

    Look on the bright side. It’s one less thing to be named after John Cain or Joan Kirner.

    Joan Kirner, quite possibly the worst premier in Victoria’s history before Andrews, and she gets a hospital named after her by the latter!
    Cain was not much better.

  13. Rossini says:

    Aint going to matter!
    mat…ty aint winning anything!
    Dumb labor lite

  14. bollux says:

    Fair enough. The aboriginals built a lot of hospitals before “whitey” got here. They weren’t that good though as the average age at death before “whitey” got here was about 25.

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