Nominations are now open for the City of Marion’s 2015 Unsung Hero Awards.
Any individual or group who has made a significant achievement or provided outstanding service to the community can be nominated.Read more
The first Fix Oaklands Crossing Forum was held on April 30 2015. I believe it was a strong turnout for the first forum, with more than 100 residents registering and attending. We are well on the way to getting the Government to understand the importance of this issue.Read more
Election Commitment: Trott Park dog park proposal open for consultation
A key election commitment of mine was to secure funding for a new dog park in Trott Park. I am pleased to report that a $100,000 grant has been provided to Marion Council to complete this community facility.Read more
Today is National Walk Safely to School Day – an important national program encouraging children in primary schools across Australia to walk to school.Read more
It was brilliant a to hear "Rocket" Rod Campbell deliver the Road Awareness Program (RAP) on behalf of the Metropolitan Fire Service. Can I highly recommend all parents and young people take the opportunity to be a part of this program.Read more
The 2015 Federal Budget that has been handed down this month announced that South Australia will receive an additional share of GST revenue to the tune of $857million over the next 3 years.
With nearly a billion dollars in extra GST revenue from the Federal Government, Premier Weatherill should now, without delay, promise to continue the Council Rate Pensioner Concessions for South Australian Pensioners.Read more
The people of Sheidow Park and Trott Park have been let down by the Weatherill Labor Government again.Read more
Tuesday 5 May, 2015
The SA Liberals and Independent Member of the Legislative Council, John Darley, are calling for a Parliamentary Inquiry into the compulsory acquisition of houses by the Government after reports of neglect and misapplication of the Act.Read more