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
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
It was a pleasure to visit a number of locals schools in our community with Hon John Gardner MP, Minister for Education. These included Hamilton Secondary College, Oaklands Estate Kindergarten and Seaview High School.
This was also a fantastic opportunity to see first-hand the significant capital works progress underway at Hamilton Secondary College and Seaview High School, which forms part of the State Government's major school upgrades program.Read more
At Banks & Brown, a local Warradale café, I sat down in an outdoor garden to host my first Coffee with Corey event of 2021.
A group of local residents joined me, including Carol Douglas, who's the Chair of Warradale Primary School's Governing Council and told me about the school council's fantastic work.Read more
Congratulations to the winners of this year's Gibson Christmas Card Competition!
As I do every year, I ran this competition in local primary schools and received an overwhelming number of illustrations on the theme "My Colourful Christmas".Read more
Thank you to all those who attended my Seniors’ Forum about "Stroke Awareness and Prevention" last Friday afternoon.
While this year wasn't our usual set-up of over 100 guests and a lovely afternoon tea, we worked around COVID-19 restrictions so that our seniors could still enjoy our annual community forum.
Did you know that stroke is one of Australia’s biggest killers and a leading cause of disability? However, more than 80% of strokes can be prevented.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
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