Remembrance Day at Walkerville Memorial Garden

On Wednesday, November 11th, 2015, Rachel attended the Remembrance Day Ceremony at Walkerville Memorial Garden. This year it makes the 97th anniversary of the end of World War I.

Operation Flinders - Parliament House

For the past 3 years Rachel has been supporting Operation Flinders by setting up a Prospect Chapter and raising money to support 10 local youth aged 14-17 years old to participate in the Operations Flinders program.

Skating to a better outcome

The State Liberals are calling on the Weatherill Government to honour a two year old commitment to invest $20 million in the rejuvenation of Adelaide’s Parklands and make a replacement skate park the first project to be funded under the scheme.

Greek National Day - 75th Anniversary

On Sunday, 25 October 2015 Rachel joined the Greek Orthodox Community SA and laid a wreath to commemorate Greek National Day at the Cathedral of the Archangels Michael and Gabriel.

Nursing a public safety grievance

Liberal Member for Adelaide Rachel Sanderson is calling on the Health Minister JackSnelling to act to provide more parking for staff and patients at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital in North Adelaide.

Winter 2015 Newsletter

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on the issues mentioned in my last newsletter. I have included a survey in this edition as I am always keen to know your views on various matters, including controversial bills that will be debated in Parliament, such as voluntary euthanasia and the decriminalisation of sex work.

Blind prejudice

The State Liberals are calling on Families SA to review its employment guidelines after it refused to interview a social work graduate for a position on the grounds the vision impaired young woman did not have a drivers licence.

Labor set to sell off hospital charity car park

The Weatherill Labor government has budgeted to sell the car parks at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital (WCH) from under the noses of the hospital’s charitable foundation. The Foundation supports research, patient facilities and purchases medical equipment.

Autumn 2015 Newsletter

Since being elected in 2010, I have met with thousands of people through meetings, forums, community events, in supermarkets and on their doorsteps and the message is clear – treat us with respect and listen to what we are saying.  People are sick of “announce and defend” and want a government that will “consult and decide”, really listen, surely that is not too much to ask.

Liberals welcome Coroner’s findings and recommendations

The State Liberals welcome today’s findings and recommendations from Coroner Mark Johns into the tragic death of Chloe Valentine.