Local candidate for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie is backing a campaign by all the business and industry groups on KI to keep the role of the Kangaroo Island Commissioner.Read more
Age care facilities will have to publish full details about their staffing ratios under legislation that will be introduced by local candidate for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie if she wins the upcoming by-election.Read more
Local candidate for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie has joined community leaders in her electorate in calling for World Heritage listing of the Great Australian Bight to prevent oil drilling in this significant environment.
Local candidate for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie with Kangaroo Island Mayor Peter Clements, left, and Victor Harbor Mayor Graham Philp at the launch of a campaign to protect the Great Australian Bight with World Heritage listing.Read more
Local candidate for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie has challenged the Federal Government to finally approve the tax relief measure for Kangaroo Island residents that she was negotiating during her time as MP.Read more
Local candidate for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie has launched a campaign to bring the specialist youth service ‘headspace’ to the South Coast to fill a significant gap in mental health assistance for young people.
Local candidate for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie, centre, discusses her campaign to bring a 'shop front' headspace mental health service to the Fleurieu with Eastern Fleurieu School Strathalbyn student Ebony Brackstone, left, Victor Harbor High School students Matthew Pajer and Jorja Hann-Barke and Investigator College students (and sisters) Isabella and Gabby Cook.Read more
Local candidate for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie will push for a Medicare Service Centre in Victor Harbor and Medicare-rebatable MRI services on the South Coast and Adelaide Hills if she wins the July 28 by-election.Read more
Local Federal candidate for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie and SA-BEST MLCs Frank Pangallo and Connie Bonaros will join forces to deliver a much-needed renal dialysis unit at Mount Barker Hospital.Read more
Local candidate for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie says the Federal Government’s $10M promise for an aquatic centre for Mount Barker is wonderful news for the community and demonstrates just what can be leveraged when an electorate is marginal and held by an independent.Read more
Candidate for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie was among the thousands of people who attended Hands Across the Sand events across Australia on Saturday to protest offshore oil and gas exploration in the Great Australian Bight.