Fantastic news for our local community as Hamilton Secondary College receives a $9 million upgrade as part of the Marshall Government's $66 million investment into South Australian schools.Read more
Firstly, a big thank you to the Dover Gardens community and a number of residents who raised their concerns about anti-social behaviour at our first Community Forum in December last year.
Since then, I've been working with SAPOL, Housing SA and Marion Council to improve our community's local amenities and engagement.
As reported by a SAPOL representative at our follow-up Community Forum earlier this year, SAPOL have now undertaken District Policing Model 2 in the Dover Gardens area with a dedicated Sergeant leading the team based at the Sturt Police Station.Read more
The State Government has announced South Australia's Roadmap for Easing COVID-19 Restrictions.
We have worked together to stop the spread of Coronavirus and we should all be proud of the way South Australia has led the nation and even the world in our response to this unprecedented health and economic challenge.
The government's strong plan to protect and prepare South Australia has meant that we are now in a position to start getting back to business by progressively easing restrictions.Read more
Thank you for your part in achieving our state’s thirteenth day straight without a single new case of COVID-19. View the local statistics here.
This week saw the reopening of our local playgrounds, reserves and skate parks, at the recommendation of Chief Medical Officer, Prof Nicola Spurrier.Read more
It'll be easier, more than ever, to commute to our local Flinders Medical Centre, Hospital and University, with the highly-anticpated completion of Flinders Link later this year.
Infrastructure projects are forging ahead, ensuring thousands of people can keep working.
Once complete, Flinders Link will provide a long overdue rail connection between the Flinders health and education precinct and the city.Read more
We are doing everything in our power to help our local businesses get through the greatest economic challenge of our time.
The first major tranche of $10,000 emergency cash grants are being deposited into the bank accouts of more than 1,000 small businesses and not-for-profits.
Local restaurants, cafes, gyms and fitness studios, beauty salons, homewares stores, hairdressers and dentists across our community are among those to benefit from the financial relief, having either suffered a significant loss of income or been forced to close as a result of COVID-19 and the necessary restrictions to help limit its spread.
The Hon. C.L. WINGARD (Gibson—Minister for Police, Emergency Services and Correctional Services, Minister for Recreation, Sport and Racing) (14:07): I rise to join the statement of condolence at the passing of Detective Chief Superintendent Jo Shanahan and Tania McNeill.
Tragically, this ANZAC Day just past, Joanne's life was suddenly taken in a horrific crash at the intersection of Cross and Fullarton roads. Another woman, Tania McNeill, a mother aged 53, was also a victim of this accident and leaves behind grieving loved ones, including her husband, Cary, son, Bailey, parents and a sister. Detective Chief Superintendent Jo Shanahan leaves behind her husband, Peter, a former detective and now SA Police General Counsel, and two children, Nicholas and Eleni.
The shock felt by all is immense. For those members of her family, her husband and children, her friends and many colleagues at SAPOL, the pain must be overwhelming. The life of a woman who served her community with distinction as a proud member of the South Australian police was taken all too soon. A wonderful woman, wife, mother, friend and colleague, tributes have been flowing and flowers now lie at the site of the awful accident.Read more
I'm so pleased to share with you that today is the seventh day of zero new COVID-19 cases in South Australia.
Thank you to everyone who has helped us get this far by putting the health and wellbeing of our community first by staying home.
While it certainly hasn't been easy, it is clear that by staying apart, we're stopping the spread of COVID-19 and saving the lives of our loved ones who are in the at-risk category.
ANZAC Day takes place under very different circumstances this year, but it is as important as ever for us to focus on the meaning of the day and to honour those who have served.
Although we cannot physically stand side by side and commemorate together, it is important that we still pay our respects and give thanks to our past and present servicemen and women.
To keep the ANZAC spirit alive, ways you can commemorate #Anzacathome this year include:Read more
Over the past week we had three days where there were zero new cases and the other days we recorded two or less.
But we need to stay the course. Now is not the time to undo all the good work we’ve done.
Testing has always been the cornerstone of our strong plan to protect our community during the coronavirus pandemic and last week we commenced a two-week testing blitz.
To find out more about symptoms, who should go for testing and the locations of dedicated COVID-19 clinics, click here.Read more