The Sports Voucher Program now includes Dance which has been added to the program because of its popularity and the physical and mental benefits it provides to children. All forms of dance (cultural, artistic, street,) are now included in the program. Dance has been added to the program because of its popularity and the physical and mental benefits it provides to children.
The voucher value has been doubled and now worth $100 to use towards to cost of sporting club fees or membership.
Parents and caregivers can take advantage of the vouchers by signing up their primary school-aged children to a recognised provider today.
To get your voucher, or find a recognised provider, go to www.sportsvouchers.sa.gov.au
South Australia’s Family and Business (FaB) Support Program is here to help farmers, farming families and regional businesses in drought affected communities.
View Family and Business Support Mentor Program Flyer
Herd of Hope
The Herd of Hope Charity focuses on establishing initiatives that will support recipients and donor families in regional and rural Australia
1 in 3 transplant recipients and nearly 1 in 4 donor families are regionally based. We want to champion support services no matter where you live.
We encourage all Australians to register and become an organ donor and hope that through our organisation you can see the difference you can make to others lives.
The idea started here! Megan received a double transplant (kidney/pancreas) in 2010. A month later she met her husband Mark and they have two kiddies Sam and Ella. Why cattle? It’s what she knows her family does best. Having grown up with type one diabetes in rural SA Megan can vouch for the importance of health services in country areas let alone the absolute gratitude to get an organ transplant. Wanting to show the positive effect organ and tissue donation has had in Australia, what better way than rounding everyone up on one of our nations most iconic landmarks.
We encourage all Australians to register to become an organ donor by learning more about the process.
To bring Hope – that services are available wherever you live.
For more information visit: https://www.herdofhope.com.au/our-team
My Health Record helps you keep track of your health. It means your important helath information like medical conditions, allergies, treatments, medicine details, shared health summaries, test or scan reports and immunisations will be available in one secure place.
Come and listen to the people in the know and passionate about giving you the right information!!
Tuesday 4th September 2018 – Session in Port Pirie
Time:10.30 am – Lealholme Aged Care – Paminco Room – 15 Halliday Street
2.00 pm – Port Football Club – Wandearah Road, Port Pirie South
7.00 pm – Port Pirie Yacht Club Main Road, Solomontown
Geoff believes it is important for him to understand the views and concerns you may have regarding the above Amendment Bill. You are encouraged to provide your feedback to his electorate office by emailing to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can view the bill by visiting: https://www.legislation.sa.gov.au/LZ/B/CURRENT/STATUTES%20AMENDMENT%20(DECRIMINALISATION%20OF%20SEX%20WORK)%20BILL%202018_%20HON%20TAMMY%20FRANKS%20MLC/B_AS%20INTRODUCED%20IN%20LC/STATUTES%20SEX%20WORK%20BILL%202018.UN.PDF
The Parliament of South Australia’s Economic and Finance Committee has recently commenced an inquiry into the economic contribution of migration to South Australia.
The inquiry will examine the impact of migration and population growth on south Australia’s productivity and economic performance. The Committee aims to review existing programs to attract and retain skilled migrants, and investigate measures to support population growth in South Australia.
You are encouraged to make a submission, for further information email : EFC.Assembly@parliament.sa.gov.au or phone 8237 9223
Also visit: www.parliament.sa.gov.au/efc
The Committee is inviting submissions to this inquiry by Friday 28 September 2018.
A new Fisheries Reform Advisory Committee will work to develop the reform package. The Advisory Committee will undertake further broad industry engagement to explore the implementation of key reforms including: introducing zones, fleet rationalisation, and the introduction of an Individual Transferable Quota system.
The Advisory Committee will include: six members from the commercial MSF, one Rock Lobster Fishery member in recognition of its formal access to marine scalefish species, one recreational fisher in acknowledgment of their significant interest in this shared access fishery, one independent chair, and one independent economist. The Committee will be supported by representatives from PIRSA and SARDI.
The MFA (Marine Fishers Association Inc) encourage fishers to nominate for the Minster’s Fishery Reform Committee and its consultative processes, and thank the Minister’s office for their active communication with key stakeholders, which has laid the foundation for a positive process and effective co-management.
If you wish to nominate for a Marine Scale Fisher position on the Advisory Committee, please contact Mr Jon Presser, Manager Fisheries Reform, PIRSA Fisheries and Aquaculture via telephone: 8429 0588 or email email@example.com.
Nominations are due on 31 August 2018.