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RPP FM’s Weekly Mornington Peninsula News

Our award winning RPP team are now producing their weekly TV News bulletins. In case you haven’t caught them yet , here’s this week’s edition, available in two forms – headline social media, or in long form on the RPPV portal. Catie Sharp is the presenter- take a look at the link below: https://youtu.be/vhFp2xfmMF0

today27/09/2020

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RPPV TV NEWS-lots of likes.

Our award winning RPP team are now producing their weekly TV News bulletins. In case you haven't caught them yet , here's this week's edition, available in two forms - headline social media, or in long form on the RPPV portal. Catie Sharp is the presenter- take a look at the Facebook edition: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=889838884876821&extid=aedsEMDKwX4EdLt7 And here's the long-form version on our RPPV portal https://www.rppv.com.au/

today23/08/2020 5

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Be Safe, Be Positive, Be Kind

Frankston City Mayor, Sandra Mayer, has a special message in time of Lockdown. "🙏 Thank-you to everyone for your continued support and resilience throughout COVID-19. We are here for you 😊 " Check out her message: https://youtu.be/rAeYwS95cuc

today19/08/2020 3

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Studiosity Hits the Mark

With most of us at home, many Frankston City families are looking for resources and support for home schooling and learning. To help out Frankston council through its Library service has launched Studiosity. Studiosity is a 24/7 online study help service for families and individuals and is free to access with your Frankston City Libraries membership. Students from years 3-12 and first year tertiary can access online help from a […]

today09/08/2020

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Your community needs YOU!

Are you a passionate Frankston City resident who wants to make your community even better? Have you thought about running for Council? With the 24 October elections quickly approaching, Frankston City Mayor, Sandra Mayer, encouraged those interested in running for Council to become involved. “As I come to the end of my 12 years in local government, I would strongly recommend any interested candidates come forward for a chance give […]

today01/08/2020 2

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Shire wheelie bin art adding colour to local streets

Mornington Peninsula Shire is calling all residents to get their hands dirty, minds creative and bring colour to local streets with the Shire’s ‘bin art’ project. For many Peninsula residents, getting creative has been a survival tool to get them get through COVID-19 and lockdown. With state restrictions urging us to stay at home, Mornington Peninsula Shire is encouraging residents to paint your Council wheelie bins in any style you […]

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Men’s Envy – a gentleman’s shop reminiscent of the classic barbershop

RPP sponsor Men’s Envy is comfortably housed within Salon Envy, established in 2017 in the heart of Mornington by local stylist Jaki. Their barbers are confidant that you will enjoy their famous ENVY EXPERIENCE.  Men’s Envy is a gentleman’s shop reminiscent of the classic barbershop. They are striving to bring the memories back with solely the clientele in mind. People pay for quality - Men’s Envy is where you will […]

today17/07/2020 1

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Rye’s Napier Street Plaza to be transformed

Mornington Peninsula Shire is beginning the Napier Street Plaza redevelopment as part of the Rye Township Plan.The Rye Township Plan sets the strategic vision and direction for the improvement of the foreshore, streetscape and town centre of Rye.The $6.5 million stage one rollout of the Plan is funded through a $3.25 million state government’s Growing Suburbs Fund and a matching $3.25 million contribution from Council. As part of this vision, the […]

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Making a quick trip into Frankston? Park for free for two hours!

In central Frankston, parking will be free for the first two hours in selected car parks from tomorrow Wednesday 1 July 2020. Those parking in Playne Street, Cranbourne Road, Young Street East or at the Mechanics Hall or Frankston Arts Centre will only be required to pay for parking from the conclusion of the first two hours. Frankston City Council Mayor, Sandra Mayer, said Council was providing parking relief for […]

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