Centre Alliance is disappointed by the decision of the National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority (NOPSEMA) to accept Equinor's environmental plan to drill an exploration well off the South Australian coast.Read more
In response to the NSW Government's announcement that it will not contribute to the Murray-Darling Basin Plan’s 450GL efficiency measures or submit its Water Resource Plans in the required timeframe, Centre Alliance is calling on the Federal Government to, as an initial step, cease all Basin Plan payments to NSW immediately and to commence water buybacks in NSW starting in 2020.Read more
Tennis clubs at Woodchester and Gumeracha will soon have the advantage of better court facilities thanks to nearly $300,000 in Federal funding secured by the Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie.
Photo: Neville Gilbert, front right, from the Gumeracha Sporting Club, an umbrella group for community sport in Gumeracha including tennis, shows the cracks in the tennis courts to Rebekha Sharkie MP and fellow club members Bob Brooksby, left, Ian Carpenter and Paul Hammer.Read more
The ANZAC Memorial Garden at Macclesfield will soon have a shelter thanks to a $10,000 grant secured by the Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie.
Photo: Macclesfield Football Club Vice President Eric Toome, left, club representative Shane Bartlett, Macclesfield RSL Vice President Mark Stewart-Jones and Macclesfield Men’s Shed Chairman Ken Smith show the plans for the ANZAC Garden shelter to Rebekha Sharkie MP.Read more
The Yankalilla & Districts Community Men’s Shed can now fit out their new kitchen area thanks to a $10,000 grant secured by the Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie.
Photo: Yankalilla & Districts Community Men’s Shed members show their new kitchen to Rebekha Sharkie MP. Rebekha has successfully advocated for a $10,000 grant to allow members to install much needed items such as a hot-water service, a microwave, some crockery, tables and chairs.Read more
Memorial plaques for two Australian servicemen killed in a friendly-fire incident during the Vietnam War will be erected at the HMAS Hobart Memorial Lookout near Normanville thanks to the advocacy of the Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie.
Photo: Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie at the HMAS Hobart lookout with Stephen Lamb, representing HMAS Hobart Association SA President Neville Sampson.Read more
Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie has secured $13,550 for the Aldinga Bay Surf Life Saving Club so it can buy new equipment for rescue, training, first aid and resuscitation purposes.
Photo: Discussing the future vision for the Aldinga Bay Surf Life Saving Club during a recent meeting were Club Vice President Simon Rothwell, Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie, Vice Captain Patrols Ray Tomlinson, House Manager & Surf Sports Manager Peter Syomns. President Paul Hibbird, Club Captain Andrew Meyer and Grants Officer Keith Holman.Read more
Blackwood Park Boulevard playground at Craigburn Farm is about to embark on a major facelift thanks to a $200,000 Federal grant secured by the Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie.
Photo: Blackwood Park Boulevard 'Treetop Playground' at Craigburn Farm is about to embark on a major facelift thanks to a $200,000 Federal grant secured by the Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie.Read more
Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie has secured $2.26 million for a much-needed redevelopment of the Aldinga Sports Complex.
Photo: Rebekha celebrates the news of the $2.26 million investment in the Aldinga Sports Complex with Kelli Sullivan and Jake Sullivan from the Aldinga Cricket Club, left, Steve Quick from the Aldinga Bay Hockey Club and Bonnie Dickson and Nikki Bond (with sons Owen, 3, Nolan, 18 months) from the Aldinga Soccer Club.Read more