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Mornington’s share of the State Budget – Not a whole lot!

In a welcome departure from its usual habit of ignoring the Mornington Electorate in the State Budget the Victorian Government has finally funded two desperately needed local projects. After more than ten years of campaigning
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Casino Legislation – Tight Regulation Essential

Legislative Assembly 9 June 2022 Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (11:27): I am pleased to have the opportunity to join this debate on the Casino and Liquor Legislation Amendment Bill 2022. Of course, as page 1 tells us, we
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Peninsula Housing Crisis Continues

Legislative Assembly 7 June 2022 Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (12:53): Just under a month ago I raised the housing crisis that we have on the Mornington Peninsula. At the time I made the point that we
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Spending Trebled,
Debt heading towards $170 billion,
another Labor Budget

Legislative Assembly 25 May 2022 Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (18:19): It is great to have the opportunity to join this debate on the Appropriation (2022–2023) Bill 2022 and Appropriation (Parliament 2022–2023) Bill 2022. This is my 16th budget, and
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Federal Election 2022

Legislative Assembly 24 May 2022 Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (12:52): On Saturday, 21 May, Australians went to the polls. The outcome of that contest was a change of government—a peaceful change in what have been somewhat turbulent
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Adoption Reform welcome, but how about a Legislative Agenda?

Legislative Assembly 12 May 2022 Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (11:50): I am probably going to disappoint the member for Frankston, but I do want to congratulate him on his contribution and the points he made on that
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Public Housing – Well located Slums are still Slums

Legislative Assembly 12 May 2022 Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (10:07): We have a housing crisis on the Mornington Peninsula. We have the sixth-largest number of rough sleepers in the state. We have low—in fact extremely low—vacancy rates
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Financial Assistance for Victims of Crime – Welcome, but why has it taken so long?

Legislative Assembly 11 May 2022 Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (18:27): I am pleased to have the opportunity this evening to make some comments on the Victims of Crime (Financial Assistance Scheme) Bill 2022. Given the nature of
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Updating Agriculture Legislation

Legislative Assembly 3 May 2022 Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (17:21): It is a pleasure to have the opportunity to make some comments on this Agriculture Legislation Amendment Bill 2022, which is not only physically a fairly substantial
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Call in Second Retirement Village Application Now!

Legislative Assembly 3 May 2022 Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (19:20): (6344) My adjournment matter this evening is directed to the Minister for Planning, and the action I am seeking from the Minister for Planning is that
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“CALL IN RETIREMENT VILLAGE APPLICATION”
MORRIS TELLS PLANNING MINISTER

Mornington MP, David Morris, has demanded the Minister for Planning “call in” and reject the application for planning approval for a retirement village in Kunyung Road, Mount Eliza. The first application lodged for the land
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Port Reform or Political Fraud?

Legislative Assembly 7 April 2022 Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (11:50): I am pleased to rise to make some comments on this alleged ports reform bill, the Transport Legislation Amendment (Port Reforms and Other Matters) Bill 2022. It
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