The Australian Government is providing $500,000 to help establish a local program to support people with moderate to severe mental illness in the Frankston/Mornington Peninsula area.
Chris Crewther's Corner
Welcome to Crewther’s Corner, outlining some of the exciting things happening in the Dunkley electorate.
Schools in Dunkley have taken a stand against bullying today, with students set to participate in the country’s key annual anti-bullying event.
Chris Crewther MP, Federal Member for Dunkley, was on Monday joined by the Prime Minister of Australia, the Hon. Malcolm Turnbull MP, to discuss the positive impact that the Coalition’s policies were having on local Dunkley industry.
ENERGY costs and tax cuts dominated talks with small business owners as the Federal Member for Dunkley Chris Crewther took the Minister for Small Business Michael McCormack to the heart of his electorate today.
Mornington residents on Saturday celebrated the official opening of the Elsie Dorington Reserve netball courts, following the completion of court upgrades and lighting.
The redevelopment of Mornington’s Empire Mall has commenced following the $600,000 investment by the Federal Government.
The community of Mornington in Victoria will have better access to palliative care as the newly refurbished Peninsula Home Hospice reopened to the public last Friday.
Superfast broadband has arrived in Mornington as the National Broadband Network (nbn) has now made services available to more than 10,000 homes and businesses – with another 6,000 due to come online in coming weeks.
Federal Member for Dunkley, Chris Crewther MP, this week announced that $535,790 in Federal Government funding has now been approved for Peninsula Home Hospice.
Veterans and their families on the Mornington Peninsula will benefit from Australian Government grant funding for local projects.