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Liberal @DavidMorrisMP says VAGO report has confirmed the state’s recycling industry is in crisis. ”There is not one element of the system that is working as it should be” @9NewsMelb #springst

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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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Relief Needed for Rock Lobster Fishery

MORRIS (Mornington) (22:57): (2699) I raise a matter for the Minister for Fishing and Boating, and the action I am seeking is that the minister provide significant financial relief for holders of rock lobster fishery
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What steps is the government taking to allow sailing to resume?

MR MORRIS (Mornington) (11:45): (2685) My constituency question is for the Minister for Fishing and Boating. It is on behalf of two constituents and the Mornington Yacht Club. The minister’s department has also received representations
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A Drug Court for the County Court

MR MORRIS (Mornington) (18:06): It is a pleasure to join the debate this evening on the Justice Legislation Amendment (Drug Court and Other Matters) Bill 2020. Of course the centrepiece of the bill is, and most
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Small Business Under Siege – Andrews Just Doesn’t Understand

MR MORRIS (Mornington) (12:34): I am delighted to have the opportunity to make some comments on the Retail Leases Amendment Bill 2019, and I was interested to hear the member for Carrum’s comment about Choc Top
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Wage Theft Bill – Cynical Exploitation of a Serious Issue

MR MORRIS (Mornington) (12:02): I am pleased to have the opportunity to make some comments on this Wage Theft Bill 2020. This is politics over policy. It is the government seeking to obtain a partisan advantage
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Forest Drive and Uralla Road – Why Are We Still Waiting?

I have frequently raised concerns about the condition of Nepean Highway between Balcombe Creek and Forest Drive in Mount Martha. The volume of traffic using that stretch of the road increased enormously when Peninsula Link
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