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.

CLARE – Listening Post – Wednesday 24th January 2018 and following Tuesday’s until the 6th March 2018.

This is an open invitation to come along and meet with Geoff at the Clare Town Hall ‘Barbara J Long Room’ from 3pm next Wednesday 24th January.

Living in our regional towns, it can often be difficult for you to meet with your local Member of Parliment in his office. Although Geoff often visits the area to meet with people for many different reasons, he believes being available locally will make it easier for locals to meet and discuss ideas or issues. Therefore Geoff will now be available at regular times in Clare and would be pleased to meet you in person. Geoff looks forward to meeting with you soon to discuss any state issues or ideas for your region.

Please call the Frome Electorate on : 8633 1210 if you would like to make an appoitment time on a Tuesday.


Getting it Right Early: South Australian Government’s Prevention and Early Intervention Strategy for Child Abuse and Neglect 2018

You are invited to provide feedback on the draft strategy Getting it Right Early: South Australian Government’s Prevention and Early Intervention Strategy for Child Abuse and Neglect 2018.
As part of A Fresh Start, the Government’s response to the Child Protection Systems Royal Commission, the Early Intervention Research Directorate (EIRD) is responsible for creating and coordinating a whole of government prevention and early intervention strategy for child abuse and neglect.
Submissions Close: Thursday, 25 Jan 2018 at 5:00 PM.

A Disaster Resilience Strategy for South Australia

We are experiencing emergencies more frequently and with more intensity. Emergencies have long-lasting and often devastating effects on our environment and our physical, emotional, and financial wellbeing.
The Disaster Resilience Strategy will make recommendations on areas where Government, business, the non-government sector and communities can work alongside each other to make South Australia a more resilient State.

Your input will help to define a shared understanding of what it means to be disaster resilient in South Australia and will help identify new ways that can make South Australia more resilient to future emergencies and disasters. Your contributions in this early stage of the project will influence the areas the Strategy focuses on as it is developed.
You can email your feedback to safecom.emergencymanagement@sa.gov.au
Survey & Comments Close: Wednesday January 31 2018.

SA Health Consultation on Mandatory Assessment for Substance Dependence

Have your say on the SA Health Consultation on Mandatory Assessment for Substance Dependence. SA Health is inviting feedback on the feasibility, costs and impacts of trialling a model for mandatory assessment, detention and treatment for those at extreme and immediate risk, based on the Victorian Severe Substance Dependency Treatment Act 2010. You can read the consultation paper prepared to inform that process by using the link below to “Your Say” website.
Have your say before comments Close: Friday 9 February 2018.

The Way Forward – LGBTIQ Report

We are asking LGBTIQ South Australians to provide feedback on the outcomes of the South Australian Strategy for the Inclusion of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer People 2014 – 2016 and to identify future priorities for this work.

The Way Forward: LGBTIQ Report (access through the Your Say website link below) provides a snapshot of some of these achievements and we want you to tell us what we have done well, what issues you think we should focus on in the future and what we should tell specific government agencies about their service provision to members of the LGBTIQ communities.
Comments Close: Friday 16 Feb 2018

For a full list of topics and further information visit: yoursay.sa.gov.au



Wyatt is currently seeking applications for one-off projects, programs and activities that support the retention and re-engagement of children and young people in education in rural and
regional South Australia. One-off programs and projects situated outside metropolitan Adelaide that assist Wyatt eligible students to maintain or re-engage with their education. Grant amounts range from $1,500 to $7,000 per project.
SEE News/Events TAB for more information.

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