Stage one funding delivered for Balnarring pedestrian safety upgrades

Balnarring residents are moving closer to much-needed upgrades to Frankston-Flinders Road, with stage one in Federal Government funding delivered to the Victorian Government for pedestrian safety upgrades. To date, $230,000 has been provided to the Victorian Government for the project, with detailed planning currently underway. Federal Member for Flinders, the Hon. Greg Hunt MP, said…

Stage one funding delivered for Forest Drive and Uralla Road

Two of the most notorious and dangerous intersections on the Mornington Peninsula have received a welcome boost, with stage one Federal funding delivered for upgrades at Forest Drive and Uralla Road in Mount Martha. To date, $990,000 has been provided to the Victorian Government for development works at these intersections, with detailed planning currently underway.…

$3.5 million delivered for Mornington Peninsula Freeway upgrades

Motorists on the southern Mornington Peninsula are moving closer to the removal of one of the region’s most notorious bottlenecks, with $3.5 million in stage one funding delivered for upgrades to the Mornington Peninsula Freeway.   As part of a 2019 election commitment, the Australian Government has paid $3.5 million to date to the Victorian…

$4.8 million boost for Mornington Peninsula Shire Council

The Mornington Peninsula Shire will be provided with more than $4.8 million as part of the Federal Liberal and Nationals Government’s $1.8 billion boost for road and community projects, through local governments across Australia.   The investment will support local jobs and businesses and boost local economies struggling under the effects of COVID-19.   Federal…

Funding boost for local volunteers this National Volunteer Week

This week marks National Volunteer Week and seventeen local community groups on the Mornington Peninsula will benefit from a share in $9 million of federal funding to support local volunteers across Australia.   The grants awarded are between $1,000 and $5,000, and will enable organisations on the Mornington Peninsula to better support their volunteers to…

Improving hygiene in Mornington Peninsula schools

The Morrison Government will provide an additional $10 million to improve COVID-19 hygiene measures in non-government schools that plan to have 50 per cent of their students back in the classroom by June 1. Federal Member for Flinders, the Hon. Greg Hunt MP, said non-government schools on the Mornington Peninsula would benefit from the additional…

Vocational education and training goes online

As COVID-19 has changed the way we work, train and study, the Morrison Government is working to deliver more training online for residents of the Mornington Peninsula.   The Government last month launched the improved and repurposed My Skills website which will now focus on online training for Australians looking to upskill during the COVID-19…

headspace Hastings opens

One week after its sister site opened in Rosebud, headspace Hastings is now open for the community.   Co-located at the Atticus Regional Medicentre, headspace Hastings is a new service that complements its parent headspace centre in Dandenong, to provide early intervention mental health support and assistance for young people experiencing complex mental health issues…

Commonwealth support for Mornington Peninsula and Frankston charities and community organisations

The Morrison Government is providing an immediate funding injection to Mornington Peninsula and Frankston charities and community organisations who support locals in the wake of the coronavirus economic downturn.   As part of the part of the Government’s new Community Support Package, the Mornington Community Information and Support Centre, Southern Peninsula Community Support, Information Centre…

Roads to Recovery funding delivers for the Mornington Peninsula

Local road maintenance on the Mornington Peninsula will receive a boost thanks to funding under the Australian Government’s Roads to Recovery Program.   Federal Member for Flinders, the Hon. Greg Hunt MP, said the Roads to Recovery funding would allow the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council to progress a number of high-priority projects, using local knowledge…