ABC News visited Frankston this week to find out from Dunkley residents what matters the most to them this election. Rising cost of living, housing affordability and lack of infrastructure for the community formed the basis of the three following features.
An election news article was published on 10 May interviewing the Committee for Greater Frankston about the lack of progress towards the Frankston rail extension project.
“We actually support a population the size of Canberra, and yet we’re quibbling over 5 kilometres of track, We need a better way for the state and federal governments to function better, to understand the problems that are in outer suburbs like Frankston”.
Read full story here
On Tuesday 10 May Raf Epstein hosted Drive live from Frankston talking to Dunkley candidates. local politicians and Frankston residents about their concerns and what change is needed for our community.
Listen to broadcast here
ABC News Victoria featured a story on the 10 May about the rising cost of living in the electorate and the lack of infrastructure spending for the community, featuring a TV interview from the Committee for Greater Frankston.
Watch here (time stamp 8:38)