The SA Best Party say Carly’s Law, named in honour of Carly Ryan who was murdered by an online predator at Pt Elliot, will be the key legislation for their cyber safety policy.
If they win at the March 17 election, the SA Liberals say they will make it easier for regional cancer sufferers to access chemotherapy treatments.
The new south coast bus timetable will undergo more changes, with Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie responding to community feedback and successfully lobbying for the interchange point to be moved to Seaford instead of Noarlunga.
Two drivers have led Murray Mallee police on chases through Murray Bridge.
The Victor Harbor Council are hoping to lobby the SA Department of Transport and Infrastructure to go all out on pedestrian safety on Adelaide Road.
Murray Bridge has been named the car crime hot spot of SA’s regions.
Thomas Foods International have been handed a $1.38 million grant to help expand the Lobethal processing plant and retain some of the jobs lost during last month’s devastating Murray Bridge fire.
SA’s Water Minister Ian Hunter has called for the Federal Government to start water buybacks from those states who may decide the leave the Murray Darling Basin Plan.
A Mannum man has been charged with arson, after allegedly starting fire in the Murray Bridge Marketplace carpark.
The Australian Conservatives say if they’re successful at the upcoming state election, they will back a fast rail commuter train project that would connect the Adelaide Hills, South Coast and Murraylands.
The Queens Baton Relay is about to hit the Adelaide Hills after spending some time in the Riverland yesterday.