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.
Port Broughton Bowling club presentation of the Active Club Grant from the Premier with Minister Bignell and Geoff Brock
Beach - Hilde with Premier and Geoff
The Premier, Hon Tom Koutsantonis and Geoff Brock on the foreshore at Port Pirie
New Pontoon Port Pirie Yacht Club
Port Pirie's Citizen of the Year, Rosa-Lee Pisani, Community Evemt of year Cr Dino Gadaleta and Member for Frome Geoff Brock.
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)
Gladstone Memorial Mural by Gladstone High School
ClareSportsPrecinct - June 2016
Geoff talks to the Manoora Hall Committtee on a recent visit to the area.
0,000 Grant for production line at Laura.
MOU Media 4
Geoff and Sandy Carter at Buranga Village
New Oxygen Plant skyline
Acid Storage Tank Concrete Pour
Geoff Brock Minister for Regional Development with new trainees at RDA Chistina Webb and Ethan Walter with Samanatha Amato RDA Career Practitioner
Geoff meets with owners of Pangkarra Foods Jim and Katherine Maitland near Clare
Aged_Seniors Forum - Port Broughton
Traffic Victims Remberance Service - Pictured Port Pirie & District Road Safety Group president Bruce James, left, Crime Prevention Section Supervisor Sergeant Michele Smith and
0K grant -Quorn business-owners Robert Wendy and Sally Brown are proving that dreams come true. The family is in the midst of developing the Great Northern Lodge a 4.5 star motel and function centre
Regional Awards 2015 - Balaklava Community Children's Centre, finalists in the Education Award
Nyrstar visit overseas Geoff with Michael Morley, Chief Development Officer and Julien deWilde,Chairman.
Turning on the Fountain for the First time at Gladstone
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.
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National Stroke Week, 4th – 10th September
NDIS- Clare & Port Pirie – September 2017
Community Information Sessions
Pathway and Particpant Readiness information session are being held by the DSCI to provide more information to local communities to support people with disability, service providers and job seekers in South Australia prepare for the NDIS. Everyone is welcome to attend, however you must register. For further information on both of these events click on the News & Events Tab
Open State looks to South Australia’s future – 28th September to the 8th October 2017 Futurists, designers, entrepreneurs, writers and business leaders will soon come together in Adelaide for the Open State 2017. Open State is a festival of collaboration, innovation, ideas and enterprise which positons South Australia as a place open to new ides, new peoople and new technology.
For more information on this years program which includes more than 100 events visit:openstate.com.au/
Proposed Lifejacket Regulations
Lifejacket regulations are now being reviewed, with a particular focus on increasing the safety of children and keeping the boating community safe.
The primary purpose of any lifejacket is to increase safety. They assist the wearer to float – and ultimately can prevent them from drowning.
Simply carrying lifejackets on board vessels does not save lives because unexpected situations can occur suddenly and without warning. Locating and donning lifejackets once in the water can be difficult or impossible.
What is being decided?
Proposed regulations about when lifejackets must be worn on recreational vessels in South Australian waters. Currently there is a requirement that lifejackets be carried on board vessels but the requirement to wear them only applies in specific circumstances.
A range of options is being considered to better align with the requirements for boaters in other states such as NSW and Victoria.
For more information visit: https://yoursay.sa.gov.au/decisions/proposed-lifejacket-regulations/about
You can join the conversation and provide your feedback by answering the questions via:
• the online survey
• the online discussion
• contacting DPTI Marine Operations on telephone 1300 183 046 to obtain a hard copy survey that can be returned via mail.
• Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Post: PO Box 2526 Regency Park 5942 SA
Consultations closes: Friday 22 September 2017.
A South Australian Firearms amnesty is running until September 30, 2017.
Members of the public in possession of unwanted, unregistered or illegal firearms, firearm parts, mechanisms, fittings, prohibited firearm accessories, silencers and ammunition are encouraged to hand these in at a participating licensed firearms dealer’s premises or to police at any police station during the General Firearms Amnesty without fear of prosecution.
For more information visit: www.police.sa.gov.au/services-and-events/firearms-and-weapons/firearms-amnesty
Closing 30 September 2017
Jobs and Skills for Regional SA – Yorke and Mid North
The Department of State Development needs your help to better understand and respond to industry demand and individual need for jobs and skills in regional South Australia. We will collaborate with a broad range of local stakeholders and communities to develop tailored responses for skills, training and employment challenges and opportunities. We want people in regions to have access to training, skill development and employment opportunities tailored to their needs. Equally, we want businesses to be able to recruit people who are work ready, with the skills needed for the jobs of today and tomorrow. We want to provide tailored initiatives which meet demand and deliver improved outcomes for individuals, employers and communities.