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Friday on LOCKDOWN Radio between 11am – 3pm :

Fiona Patten MP, the Reason Party Leader, reflects on another extraordinary week in the life of  Victorian politics..

Brendon and Shivani hear from Piers Cunningham on the Covid-19 Spy Wars . Billions of dollars are at stake and the big players are making all sorts of moves to be the first  to deliver the vaccine. Who’s winning?

Shannon Smit – Committee for Mornington Peninsula President – says Mornington and Frankston businesses are doing it tough- the government must get the state running again –

After years of public service – Sandra Mayer is stepping down as mayor of Frankston and will walk away from public life – she joins Brendon and Shivani to say farewell.

Hayden and Amanda Thatcher  – have won a Frankston Council business grant to further develop their Seaford Mushiki Dumplings business. We learn the secret to their success

AND Sarah Race –  puts her case to the Nepean Ward ratepayers ahead of the upcoming Council elections.

LOCKDOWN radio, with Brendon and Shivani from 11 am –

YOU are invited – get involved

Ring the Studio on 59751234 or text 0412 987 987

LOCKDOWN Radio is an RPP FM community initiative heard Monday to Friday from 11-3pm and is designed to get us all through Covid 19.

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