This morning I found myself sitting down with three amazing seniors in our community, all of whom have just celebrated their 100th birthdays.
Mary Garner, Nancy Duncan and Leslie Schmaal have reached an impressive milestone as they became centenarians.Read more
Our community if full of amazing people who volunteer their time to help out.
It was a pleasure to host an afternoon tea today with a few local volunteers to celebrate the outstanding job they do on a regular basis.Read more
A further easing of restrictions will take place this Thursday 23 September.
Dancing of up to 50 people can resume at private functions and private activities, as well as stand-up drinking outside with 1 per 2 sq/m density requirements.
I held my month Coffee with Corey catch up at 101 Café, Warradale, this morning
It was fantastic to be able to meet with local residents and listen to their feedback on how we can keep improving life in our community.Read more
"Should we study more or less maths" was the topic that Year 6/7 students at Warradale Primary School chose in a mock-debate I ran for them.
Over the past few weeks, students at Warradale Primary School have been learning about civics, citizenship, Parliament and the different roles of Government.Read more
Brighton Secondary School today celebrated the official opening of its new middle school building Tarni Warra - "Sound of Waves".
Part of the State Government's $13.8 million investment in capital works at Brighton, the Tarni Warra building has been intentionally designed to support teaching and learning for middle school students.Read more
This afternoon, I had the pleasure of visiting the wonderful members of Marion Croquet Club.
Today's gathering was a very special occasion for the club with longstanding members Carolyn (80), Gemma (90) and Phyllis (100) all celebrating recent milestone birthdays.Read more
This morning, I visited Brighton Primary School to watch a series of presentations by Year 7 students.
The Year 7s have worked closely with industry partners to devise solutions to real-world problems.Read more
- The number of people you can have at a Private Activity (at a non-licenced premises) has increased from 50 people to 150 people.
- If more than 50 people are present, you must have a COVID Marshal who is independent and not impaired by alcohol or drugs. There must be approved contract tracing system and records (COVID Safe checking).
- If there are over 50 people present you cannot dance. If people are singing, they must wear a mask.
Tonight, I hosted new citizens and their families at Parliament House to celebrate their citizenship.
It was rewarding to meet such a diverse group of new citizens, some of whom have lived in Australia for decades, while others have been here for just a few years.Read more