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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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$83 Billion in spending, Zero accountability

Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (15:29):It is interesting to hear the member for St Albans’ enthusiasm for the Main Street level crossing removal, given that it was initiated by the Napthine Liberal government and it was funded
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If there is a Victorian Trump look at the Labor benches

Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (09:54): Last sitting week, before the Parliament sat, the Shadow Treasurer publicly asked a series of legitimate questions about the background of the Premier’s recent medical absence. In any other workplace accident
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Andrews attitude to sole traders – Unreasonable and Unfair

Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (14:42): (5925) My question is to the Minister for Industry Support and Recovery on behalf of a constituent who writes: We are an established, non essential retail business of over 10 years, with
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Carbon capture and storage – A real opportunity in the quest for Zero Emissions

Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (18:51): It is a pleasure to rise and actually support a bill, which does not happen very often, as we know. But I think this is one of those rare examples where
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Make the Peninsula Regional Now

Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (19:20): (5909) I am pleased to raise a matter for the Acting Premier this evening, and the action I seek from the Acting Premier is that he take all actions necessary to
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Local Government Minister must act on flawed contracts process

Revelations from today’s report from the Victorian Ombudsman that a senior member of Melton City Council IT staff was able to direct over $1 million worth of work to one of his own companies are
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