It was a pleasure to attend and speak at the Official Opening of the Brighton Oval Complex today.
Upgrades include three new purpose-built clubrooms, unisex changerooms, new signage and an electronic scoreboard, and upgraded community facilities such as the skatepark.
Along the way, many local champions have emerged to see this project completed, in particular champions from the local clubs who use this space.Read more
Given your interest in the Hove Level Crossing Removal Project, I wanted to give you an update and clear up some misinformation that has been circulating in our local community.
Firstly, let me be really clear... no decision has been made on which solution is best for this problem nor has procurement commenced for the design and construction for the project.
As you’d be aware, grade separations of road and rail are a key safety focus of the National Rail Safety Regulator and as such we have been looking at how we can make this crossing and its surrounds safer. In February 2021 Infrastructure Australia (IA) released the Infrastructure Priority List which included “Adelaide Level crossings congestion and safety” priority initiative that identifies the priority for removal through Grade separation.
The Hove Level Crossing has around 35,000 vehicles through it each day and the boom gates are down around 20% of the time during the peak. With development and a growing population along the coast these numbers are only predicted to increase.Read more
I hosted my first Seniors' Forum for 2021 today with our volunteer Guest Speaker, Elisabeth from COTA SA.
Elisabeth provided our seniors with valuable information about maximising their independecy and the critical steps they can take to continue living at home.Read more
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It was great to run into both old faces and new at an Afternoon Tea with the lovely residents of Norfolk Estate Retirement Village.
We were also able to surprise a special couple for their 60th Wedding Anniversary, Keith and Valmai who have been together since their early 20s!
Thanks to the President, Diana for working with my team to organise this wonderful afternoon.Read more
Bob, Mal and Phil are dedicated Vietnam veterans and active members of the Vietnam Veterans Federation (SA Branch)'s executive committee.
This afternoon we caught-up to discuss how the Federation has grown over recent years with 50 new members as well as the support services they continue to provide our Vietnam veterans.Read more
I know many members of our community have been following with great interest in the Marshall Government's work to deliver progressive environmental reform.
Today marks the commencement of the State Government's ban on the sale and distribution of a number of single-use plastic products here in South Australia.Read more
A longstanding ban on dancing at South Australia’s pubs and clubs will be lifted from Friday 26 February 2021 but with some restrictions, while the state will also remove its remaining border restrictions with Victoria.
From one minute past midnight on Friday, small licensed venues with 200 or fewer people can allow dancing, as long as patrons check-in using QR codes and maintain a distance of one person per two-square-metres. Dancing will also be allowed at larger venues of between 200 to 1000 people, so long as only 50 people dance at one time in a designated area such as on a dance floor.Read more
I was delighted to host my second ‘Coffee with Corey’ catch-up on the 19th of February. This month we hosted the event at the fantastic local café, Café Finniss. Lucy, the owner of Café Finniss a lovely hostess and the staff provided great service as always.Read more
On the 11th February 2021, I was able to visit the Repat Hospital, which is currently in Phase Two of the refurbishment and redevelopment plan. The aim of this project is to provide and boost health services for those in the South.
I had the opportunity to tour the new facilities with local Member for Elder, Carolyn Power MP. It was fantastic to see the new developments and how this project has progressed. It is particularly important for those suffering with dementia, as the development includes a state-of-the-art 12 bed specialist facility for patients with this condition requiring short term medical treatment before returning to their homes.Read more