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Welcome to my website

I hope that you find my website interesting and informative. The site contains information about what I have been doing in the area locally, as well as how I have been representing you in Parliament on your behalf.

Alternatively, you could follow me on Twitter or visit my Facebook page.

Most importantly, my website provides you with an opportunity to contact me with your views, and to let me know what is important to you. I encourage you to complete the on-line ‘Community Survey’ located under the ‘Contact Nick’ tab.

All my contact details are on the website. Alternatively you can simply fill in your details and questions or comments in the “Contact” section of this site.

I have also provided links for the Victorian Parliament and local information.

I hope you enjoy using my site, and I look forward to your feedback.

Kind regards,

NickWakelingnickwakeling-sig

Nick Wakeling MP
Member for Ferntree Gully
Shadow Minister for Education

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Minister urges councils to apply for anit-graffiti grants

 Local councils can apply for grants of up to $25,000 to prevent and remove graffiti from their neighbourhoods, Minister for Crime Prevention Edward O’Donohue announced today. Visiting a graffiti removal site in Frankston with the Liberal candidate for Frankston Sean Armistead,...
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Four Knox Clubs to each receive $1000 for Sports Uniforms

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