I want to start by sincerely thanking you for your understanding and cooperation during our community pause.
By banding together, it has provided our hard-working contact tracing team vital time to not only tackle the Parafield Cluster, but also avoid further community transmission.
With the information available at the time of the outbreak, the unequivocal health advice from our Chief Public Health Officer was clear; we needed a circuit breaker to stay ahead of the coronavirus pandemic. However, we have since learnt that someone deliberately misled our contact tracing team.Read more
On the advice of SA Health, from midnight tonight, South Australia will be on a 6 day pause with the introduction of new restrictions to get ahead of the Parafield Cluster.
This means all non-essential workers must stay home and only leave when necessary, such as for groceries and medical supplies.
These measures are being taken to reduce community transmission and avoid the long lockdown we saw in Victoria recently.Read more
Congratulations to Seaview High School's Year 12 students who tonight celebrated their graduation.
Seaview students were thoroughly deserving of this moment to celebrate their fantastic achievements and the start of the next chapter of their lives.Read more
It's not every year you celebrate a 90th birthday, and so today Hon David Speirs MP and I hosted our annual 90th Birthday Afternoon Tea for all the wonderful 90 year olds in our community.
Sponsored by local business Patritti Wines and featuring live music from Brighton Secondary School's string quartet, this high tea was the perfect way to celebrate local residents who were born in 1930.Read more
At 11am on 11 November 1918, the guns on the Western Front fell silent. After four years of fighting, World War I had at last come to an end.
Every year on this day, we pause to remember those who served, fought and died in that war and in all conflicts in which our country has been involved.Read more
2020 has certainly been a year we will never forget.
When I'm at community events, phone canvassing, door knocking or speaking with residents at my "Coffee with Corey" catch-ups, many of you have taken the time to share with me how your family or small business has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, creating the greatest health and economic challenge of our time.
With your feedback, personal stories and suggestions on how we can better improve our community, I appreciate how important it is we create jobs, invest in infrastructure, improve public transport and provide health services closer to home.
We have thrown everything at this virus. To save lives and livelihoods, to save jobs and businesses, and to cement South Australia as the safest state in the safest nation.Read more
As part of the State Government's record $1.3 billion capital works program, $51.5 million is being invested into our community.
The schools receiving funding in our area include Brighton Secondary School, Seaview High School, Hamilton Secondary College, Brighton Primary School and Warradale Primary School.Read more
A massive happy birthday to Warradale Primary School which this year turns 60!
The school's birthday committee put on a fantastic celebration today that included an art exhibition, live music and birthday cake.Read more
The coffee at Kushu Café in Warradale lived up to its reputation at this month's community catch up.
I'm pleased to say we also had our largest turnout for a Coffee with Corey event this year.Read more
Happy diamond anniversary, Geoff and Barbara!
Today I visited this lovely couple’s home where they’ve lived ever since getting married 60 years ago.