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Peninsula Public Transport – Time for a Review

I rise this afternoon to address the issue of public transport on the Mornington Peninsula. Public transport in my electorate does not consist of trams, trains and buses. With the exception of the excellent and
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Portarlington Ferry Service – At What Cost?

My question is on behalf of a constituent. On 16 November the Minister for Water announced the continuation of the ferry service from Portarlington to Docklands. Further, this year’s budget revealed that the government was
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A Zero Tolerance Approach to all Crimes

We need to send a strong message of zero tolerance on crime in Mornington. The policy of treating fuel drive-offs as a civil rather than criminal matter hasn’t worked. Fuel retailers have reported an increase
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VicHealth Active Club Grants

Member for Mornington David Morris MP has welcomed grants from VicHealth for the Mornington Junior Football Club and the Mount Eliza Bowling Club. These local clubs will receive a share in more than $500,000 in
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Peninsula Link Signage – Simply not good enough!

I raise a matter this evening for the Minister for Roads and Road Safety, and the action I seek is that the minister act to correct the absence of appropriate exit signage for Mount Eliza
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Worksafe Legislation – A direct and unwarranted attack on employers

I must say that I am pleased to be able to finally debate this bill because, unlike some other matters recently, this bill has been on the notice paper for a considerable period of time,
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Osborne Primary – Is it a priority for Government

My question is for the Minister for Education, and it relates to Osborne Primary School. Prior to the last election the then education minister, the member for Nepean, committed some $960 000 in funding for
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Planning Changes a Fundamental Threat to the Peninsula

For most of the second half of the 20th century there was bipartisan support for sensible planning on the Mornington Peninsula. Successive generations recognised that growth was both welcome and inevitable but that if it
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Peninsula Planning

For most of the second half of the 20th century there was bipartisanship for sensibleplanning on the Mornington Peninsula. Successive generations recognised thatgrowth was both welcome and inevitable, but that if it was to occur
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Morris Fights for the Safety of Balcombe Grammar School Students

Mornington MP David Morris has called on the Minister for Roads and Road Safety, Luke Donnellan MP, to implement a school zone outside Balcombe Grammar School. The school is situated on a busy state arterial
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Morris rejects VicRoads grab for cash

Mornington MP David Morris has called on Minister for Roads and Road Safety, Luke Donnellan MP, to facilitate a low value, non commercial lease of VicRoads land on the corner of Canadian Bay Road and
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Mornington CFA – One hundred years of service

Last Saturday night I had the great pleasure of attending a dinner to mark the 100th year of the Mornington fire brigade. At a meeting in late 1916 a group of volunteers resolved to form
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