News

Royal Commission ruled no single-handed shifts

The State Liberals have labelled the Weatherill Government’s lack of progress on ending the practice of single-handed shifts for vulnerable children as disgraceful.

Spring 2017 Newsletter

As your representative in our State Parliament, my highest priority is doing what I can to help you feel safe
and not lose sight of the opportunities to achieve everything you wish for yourself in life. In the electorate of Adelaide, I remain inspired by the number of people I meet working hard in businesses or finding ways to create new ones. This is a reminder of how important it is to support local and buy local.

Autumn 2017 Newsletter

It has been an exceptionally busy start to the 2017 year with a number of local issues being raised on behalf of constituents and interest groups. 

Supporting vulnerable young people longer

The State Liberals have welcomed AnglicareSA’s campaign Home Stretch to give young people the
option of staying in care until 21 and urged the Weatherill Government to drop its resistance to this
important policy.

Neighbour Day 2017

Neighbour Day is Australia’s annual celebration of community, encouraging people to connect with those who live in their neighbourhood.

 

Child Protection Committee Hearing

A number of prominent critics of the Weatherill Government’s stalled child protection legislation will appear before a State Parliament Committee today.

Another delay in protecting children

The State Liberals are calling on the Weatherill Government to stop delaying urgent debate on much needed child protection legislation.

Government adds insult to no consultation on child protection changes

The Weatherill Government’s decision to suspend standing orders to debate its child protection legislation in State Parliament before Opposition members had a chance to read the bill is a display of pathetic political point scoring.

No consultation on child protection changes

The State Liberals have expressed their disappointment at the lack of consultation regarding changes to child protection laws to be introduced into State Parliament this week.