Mintaro Business Luncheon
100 years Playground Centenary August 2018 - Port Pirie
Geoff pictured with Jen Prior-McDonald of Irongate Studio Gallery at Mintaro
Ron Hillman cuts a turnip he grew in the community garden at Hayfiled Plains Reitrment Village, Balaklava
Port Pirie Child Care Centre - James Holyman, kate Kassapis & Geoff Brock 16.8.18
Clare - Homelessness Week with David Manser from UCW
Manoora Listening Post - Geoff with Alison Palmer and Wayne Thomas
Steve Gadaleta - Opening of the Northern Demons Clubrooms - Virtus Soccer Club
SydNairnHomes - April 2018
Minister - Hon David Ridgway MLC at Port Pirie with Geoff
BDH Bites -funding for backpackers hostel Blyth
Weather Stations Announced for Mid North
Funding granted to the Crystal Brook Football club
Geoff visit the Crystal Brook Railway World and views their work.
Geoff Brock with Dale Gatherole and the children at the Balaklava Child Care Centre
Australia Day 2018 presentation Jack-Cahill
Cutting the Ribbon for the Disabled Beach Mat at Port Pirie
70th Anniversary Clare CFS
View of the ‘Transformation’ work at the Nyrstar Port Pirie Smelter site, May 2017.
Paskeville Field Days
Sue, Balaklava High School, Dave - Gladstone High School and Brooke - Burra High School Ag teachers
Crystal Brook Saleyards - Opening 4th October 2017
Red Cross April
Phoebe Bryce - Nominated in 2017 Sa Training Awards, school based apprenticeship .
Cycling Trail Stage 2 opens in Halbury in honour of Shamus Listrot young cyclist.
New Pontoon Port Pirie Yacht Club
Mayor John Rohde, Hon Geoff Brock MP, Mayor Sam Johnson, Eddie Hughes MP, Mayor Lyn Breuer, Dan Van Holst Pellekaan MP and Rowan Ramsey MP Forum in January 2017.
The Premier's visit to Nyrstar with Geoff August 2016 (1)
New Oxygen Plant skyline
Traffic Victims Remberance Service - Pictured Port Pirie & District Road Safety Group president Bruce James, left, Crime Prevention Section Supervisor Sergeant Michele Smith and
Nyrstar visit overseas Geoff with Michael Morley, Chief Development Officer and Julien deWilde,Chairman.
Hon Geoff Brock MP, His Excellency the Governor, Hieu Van Le AO, Tony Piccolo MP, Member for Light
Attending Executive Council September 2014
Nyrstar Official Signing - Hon Geoff Brock MP and Hon Jay Weatherill The Premier
Hello and Welcome to My Website!
I decided to set up this site as a communication opportunity for myself and most importantly – you – the people of Frome. I hope you enjoy exploring this site as much as my staff and I did when putting it together. I appreciate feedback, and would love to hear from you as to the information you would like made available on the site.
The Frome Electorate and Regional South Australia is very important to me. Engaging with the community is essential to ensure that I have a clear understanding of issues faced by the people of Frome.
Geoff continues to conduct listening posts in rural towns. Whether you represent an organisation, group or are an individual, if you would like to meet with Geoff for any state issues you wish to discuss or have assistance with. Please contact the Frome Electorate office to make an appointment to meet with Geoff Brock your State Member for Parliament. Listening Posts to be held in 2018 will be advertised here.
• Tuesday 20th November 2018
• Monday 17th December 2018
• Monday 21st January 2019
Time: 10.00 am to 2.00pm
Location: Stan Scott Room, Town Hall, Main Street Clare
Frome Electorate Office on 8633 1210 if you would like to make an appointment time.
2019 – Listening Posts will be advertised here.
News & Events tab
• Herd of Hope – Australian Charity – Organ donors, Donor families and Recipents
• Statues Amendment Bill 2018 (Decriminalisation of Sex Work)
• Economic Contribution of Migration to SA
• Legislation to scrap payroll tax for Small Businesses
For a full list of topics and further information visit: yoursay.sa.gov.au
• Sentencing Discount Scheme review
As part of changes to sentencing laws in 2013, a scheme was introduced where offenders would receive a reduction of their sentence for cooperating with authorities or if they were to plead guilty at an early stage in proceedings.
Prior to these changes, offenders were able to receive a reduction on their sentence for pleading guilty early, but the amount of the reduction was up to the discretion of the sentencing court. This meant that in many cases there was less transparency about specific reductions that had been applied. The intent of this scheme is to create transparency and encourage early guilty pleas that would save victims, witnesses and their families the difficult process of returning to court on numerous occasions and having to relive the trauma of the incident by giving evidence in court.
For more information click this link: https://yoursay.sa.gov.au Closing Date: Friday 23rd November 2018