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RPP celebrates diversity & inclusion

People from all over the world have made Mornington Peninsula their home. The Peninsula brings residents together to celebrate and preserve our diverse cultures, and to promote inclusion and belonging. And RPP embraces diversity and inclusion by way of multicultural programs. Keep an eye on our program schedule for specialised shows such as Spanish, German, English, Zimbabwean, Mandarin and Lebanese.


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Mayors for Breakfast

No better way of finding out what's happening across the Peninsula and Frankston than chatting to the boss. Or bosses! Mayor of Mornington, Cr Sam Hearn, and Frankston's Mayor, Cr Sandra Mayer, join Brendon Telfer (sitting in for Cindy & Daz) for Friday breakfast from 6:00am. Simply hit the "98.7 Live" button on the home page.


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Dining out in style…in!

Friday breakfast duo Cindy & Daz decided to break strict isolation rules Saturday night by dining in Paris (virtually). Dressed for the occasion in their best PJs, the duo enjoyed a lovely 3-course Parisian meal, relaxing French music, and a spectacular view of the Eiffel Tower...all from home! "Where in the World?" will they be dining next Saturday night? Keep an eye on their socials:


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Getting To Know You – RPPV

THE MORNINGTON PENINSULA – DISADVANTAGE, HOMELESSNESS AND POVERTY Welcome to this the second series of “Getting to Know You” – and the first to be televised. My name is Gavin Williams. The Mornington Peninsula is a lovely part of Australia. Its beautiful countryside, beaches, vineyards and wines, as well as its restaurants and fine food attract huge numbers to live and to holiday. There is, however, another side to the […]

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A LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT The RPP Board of Management convened a special ‘phone hook-up’ and decided that, as of 9am Monday March 16th, all volunteer presentation shifts will cease for the time being. Concerned about the most recent CoronaVirus developments, the Board were unanimous in their decision. With the escalating COVID-19 threat, and its likely arrival on the Mornington Peninsula, the leadership group had no option but to exercise […]


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Back pain? Get moving!

According to the Australian Institute of Health & Welfare, 1 in 6 Australians (16%) had back problems in 2017-2018. That's 4 million people. And almost 2 in 5 people with back problems said pain "moderately" interfered with their daily activities. Last Friday, Cindy & Daz chatted with Physiotherapist and Pilates teacher, Susan Cottrell from The Body Refinery, to find out about movement, and how it plays a critical role in […]


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What’s happening around Frankston?

Cindy & Daz chatted with the Mayor of Frankston, Cr Sandra Mayer, on their breakfast show Friday 14 February. There's a heap going on. Find out what's happening around the great city.


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“I’m a happier human since my run in with cancer”

Up until her diagnosis, Yvette Mayer's life was on auto pilot; working, travelling. Life was good. At least it looked that way on the outside. But she wasn’t tuned in to her true desires and was hiding a lot of pain on the inside. Breast cancer was a huge awakening and as a result, she reconnected with herself, reprioritised and got honest. In the almost 10 years since, she's competed […]


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RPPFM Car Rally: Fill the car with friends for a great day out!

There's still time to register for the RPPFM Car Rally on Sunday October 7 from 8.30am (for a staggered start) from RPPFM's car park at 91 Wilsons Rd. Fill the car with friends and get ready to cruise the Peninsula collecting clues, solving puzzles and sightseeing around the stunning sites of the Mornington Peninsula. A special Rally Lunch will be at The Red Hill Baker of Balnarring accompanied by juicy jazz […]