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About David

David Morris was elected to the Legislative Assembly in November 2006, and re-elected in 2010, 2014 and 2018, representing the district of Mornington, which includes the towns of Mount Eliza, Mount Martha, Moorooduc and Mornington.

Prior to his election to Parliament, David had over twenty-five years experience in local small business.

David is married to Linda and has three step children.

About David

David Morris was elected to the Legislative Assembly in November 2006, and re-elected in 2010, 2014 and 2018, representing the district of Mornington, which includes the towns of Mount Eliza, Mount Martha, Moorooduc and Mornington.

Prior to his election to Parliament, David had over twenty-five years experience in local small business.

David is married to Linda and has three step children.

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Mornington North Bus Improvements Long Overdue

Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (17:23): (5634) I raise a matter for the Minister for Public Transport, and the action I seek is that he investigate and allocate funding in the 2021–22 state budget to allow the
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Fracking ban supported, but the mechanism remains questionable

Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (15:04): I am pleased to have this rather unexpected opportunity to actually speak on this bill after narrowly missing out on Wednesday afternoon. I am delighted to have the opportunity, and as
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State of Emergency – No Extension Required

Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (10:55): I rise to oppose the effectively open-ended extension of the state of emergency that is proposed by this bill. A dictionary definition of an emergency is, ‘serious, unexpected and often dangerous;
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The Mental Health Challenge

MR MORRIS (Mornington) (12:31): I must admit just listening to the member for Thomastown’s assessment of the opposition’s response, it sounded more like it was an assessment that was predetermined rather than of what I
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Why Has the Andrews Govt Abandoned Mount Martha North Beach?

MR MORRIS (Mornington) (11:43): (5473) My question is to the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change. I have frequently raised the issue of sand loss and erosion at Mount Martha North beach, most recently
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Time for Brayne to stand up for his community

Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (13:43): Eleven months ago I alerted the house to a proposal to develop a huge new quarry on the slopes of Arthurs Seat. The proposal is to extract 70 million tonnes of granite
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