The State Liberals are extremely concerned about the proposed reduction to the opening hours of police stations across the Adelaide metropolitan area.
What an absolute pleasure it has been for me to meet several of our elderly citizens celebrating their 100th birthday. Most recent, was the delightful Vivienne Jones who celebrated with an open house for her neighbors and who loves her visits to her local coffee shops in Walkerville during her daily walks. Vivienne lives by the principle of “it is no good worrying about your age’ it’s just a number”. What is more important is how you feel and “life is what you make of it”.
These words are a reminder for all of us.
Shadow Minister for Child Protection Rachel Sanderson has questioned why it has taken the State
Labor Government 13 years to begin thinking about requiring the registration of social workers.
Residents fearful of being left land-locked by the Hackney Road proposed $160 million O’Bahn project will meet tonight to increase pressure on the State Government to provide reasonable access to Park Terrace, Gilberton
Rachel joined Big Issue Vendor, Vernon, on Monday, 1 February outside the Body Shop at Rundle Mall to sell copies of The Big Issue. This is the second year that Rachel has participated in the CEO Selling Challenge to show her support and to take a stand against homelessness and disadvantage.
Fellow Liberal colleague Stephan Knoll has published a book: “40 Reasons Why You Can’t Trust Labor With Your Money”.
Christmas time can be a happy and festive occasion for many people but not for everyone.
The images we often see, particularly in advertising, do not reﬂect what many people in our community
experience at this time of year. Those who have lost loved ones miss them even more, many people struggle
financially and others feel very lonely. Let us all take time to reﬂect on what is good and positive about our life and
be thankful, and remember that it is a far greater gift to give rather than receive.
White Ribbon Australia’s campaign asks people to stand up, speak out and act to prevent men’s violence against women. As the Shadow Minister for Families and Child Protection and Social Housing, Rachel is faced with some harsh realities of domestic violence while she works to assist those experiencing domestic violence.