New Townships Eligible for Japanese Encephalitis Virus Vaccine

Residents and those who work in and around the townships of Nalpa, Mulgundawa, Lake Plains and Finniss can now access the free Japanese Encephalitis Virus (JEV) vaccine. 

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Chaos and Confusion Continues for Flood-Affected Communities

River communities dealing with a once-in-a-generation flood event continue to be confused by what support can be accessed and how long restrictions on recreational activities will remain. 

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EFS Langhorne Creek Upgrade

Member for Hammond, Adrian Pederick MP has welcomed confirmation from the Minister for Education, Training and Skills, the Hon Blair Boyer MP that the upgrades to Eastern Fleurieu School's Langhorne Creek campus are due to commence in the first half of 2023.

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Support Package Skips Over People in Need

The Opposition is concerned about Riverland and Murraylands residents who have disappointingly missed out on financial support amid rising water levels.

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Japanese Encephalitis Virus Vaccine Available

Residents in certain areas of Hammond are now eligible to receive a free vaccine to protect them against the Japanese Encephalitis Virus (JEV).

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No Improvement for Hahndorf Access Project

The Labor Government's plans for the Hahndorf Township Improvements and Access Upgrades project have completely missed the mark and go nowhere near the purpose of the project under the Marshall Liberal Government. 

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SA Lands New CFS Fire Chief as Summer Approaches

The Opposition welcomes Brett Loughlin as South Australia’s newly minted Country Fire Service (CFS) chief officer.

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Queen Elizabeth II

I was shocked and saddened to hear the news this morning of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. 

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CFS Volunteers Must be Supported to Lend Extra Hand to Battling Ambos

The Opposition is echoing concerns expressed by Country Fire Service (CFS) Chief Officer Mark Jones who said increased demand on volunteers means they are performing above their standard duties. 

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Regional Roads a Budget Blind Spot

The Opposition fears funding for South Australia's regional roads is an afterthought for the Malinauskas Labor Government, with initiatives in this area making up a tiny six per cent of the total roads budget.

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