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RPPFM Peninsula Talks - April 2024

CEO Josh Sinclair talks with Brendon Telfer about the Committee's Future Forum in Frankston this month.

Frankston City and Chisholm Institute join Committee

Frankston City Council and Chisholm Institute have joined the Committee for Frankston & Mornington Peninsula as Community Partner Members, bolstering regional advocacy efforts.

Small Business Roundtable with Shadow Minister Ley

It was a full house for the Committee's Small Business Roundtable with Shadow Minister Sussan Ley and Member for Flinders, Zoe McKenzie MP.

RPPFM Peninsula Talks - March 2024

Committee CEO Josh Sinclair joined Brendon Telfer on RPPFM this month to discuss the Dunkley By-election, the Committee's Future Forum, and the proposed Renewable Energy Terminal in Hastings.

Statement on Dunkley By-election

The Committee congratulates Jodie Belyea on her victory in the Dunkley By-election held on Saturday, 2 March 2024.

Better health outcomes needed for Southern Peninsula residents

Whichever party sits on the government benches in Spring St or in Canberra come 2026, the Committee looks forward to advocating with purpose for a redevelopment of Rosebud Hospital and better health outcomes for southern peninsula residents.

ABC Melbourne live from Frankston

Our CEO joined Ali Moore on ABC Radio Melbourne yesterday afternoon in sunny Frankston to discuss some of the major issues for locals ahead of the Dunkley by-election on Saturday, 2 March.

Peninsula Health joins Committee

Peninsula Health has joined the Peninsula’s peak advocacy body – Committee for Frankston & Mornington Peninsula – as a Community Partner.

Is Frankston having its Geelong moment?

Frankston is a good fifteen years behind Geelong. Can we learn from the lessons across the bay and embrace the changing face of Frankston CBD? Only time will tell.

Right balance crucial for renewable energy success

With the right balance and the opportunity to commence a thorough Environmental Effects Statement (EES) process, offshore wind assembly could redefine Hastings for the next half a century.

Dunkley By-election - ABC Radio Melbourne

CEO Josh Sinclair joined ABC Radio Melbourne's Drive program on Friday, 2 February to discuss public transport commitments.

Youth Homelessness - Outreach, support, and advocacy

In February we held our first Members Breakfast of the year, where we heard from Fusion Mornington Peninsula about the critical work they're doing on the frontline in youth homelessness outreach right here in Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula.

Transport, Housing crucial to Dunkley win

More affordable housing for healthcare workers and better public transport access are the top priorities in Dunkley ahead of the by-election, the Committee for Frankston and Mornington Peninsula says. (Herald Sun, 1 February).

Housing Statement Briefing with Minister Shing

On Tuesday 30 January Minister for Housing, the Hon. Harriet Shing provided a briefing on the Victorian Government's Housing Statement and how it affects Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula.

Future-led thinking required for region's growth

First published in the February 2024 edition of Mornington Peninsula Magazine.