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Mornington

Ansett Land – sale welcome but what’s the next step

13 Jun 2018

I welcome the news that sale of the Ansett land has now concluded, and that an investor with existing local interests of is apparently the purchaser.

 

The sale will assist the Ansett Trust to continue the good work they do for children and young people across the Mornington Peninsula.

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Parliament

Harry Dean

31 May 2018

Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (13:39:49) — I rise today to mark the passing of Harold Leslie Dean, known to all as Harry, on 4 May this year.

 

I had the great privilege and pleasure of knowing Harry for over 20 years.

Mornington

Main Street Traffic

23 May 2018

Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (12:03:55) — (14 415) My question is for the Minister for Roads and Road Safety.

 

In August 2017 I asked the minister in this house to provide traffic counts for Main Street in Mornington. He responded in October that the average daily two-way count was approximately 14 689 cars.

Mornington

Peninsula Planning – Sensible Controls or Lost Forever?

08 May 2018

MR MORRIS (Mornington) (13:52:29) — I rise this afternoon to congratulate the Mornington Peninsula shire on the strong campaign they have launched against this government's reckless disregard for our peninsula, its disregard for the amenity of peninsula residents and its disregard for the enjoyment the peninsula gives to the many thousands of...

Parliament

Melbourne Water Land - No subdivision by stealth!

08 May 2018

Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (19:00:14) — (14 292) I raise a matter this evening for the Minister for Water.

 

The action I seek from the minister is that she direct Melbourne Water to cease any actions that may result in land owned by that organisation, that is situated in the Mornington Peninsula green...

Parliament

Portable Long Service – More Costs, No Benefits

01 May 2018

Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (16:32:33) — As the minister and others have noted in this debate, this is certainly not the first time the Parliament has considered various provisions around long service leave. Firstly, and of course most famously, in 1953 there was the Factories and Shops (Long Service Leave) Act 1953.

Parliament

Presumptive Rights for Firefighters

05 Apr 2018

The Liberal Nationals will fast track Presumptive Rights legislation by introducing a Private Members Bill to ensure all career and volunteer firefighters will have equal access to cancer compensation.

On 28 October 2015, the Liberal National Coalition signed a pledge to commit to presumptive rights for all Victorian firefighters.