Appropriations

Mr RAMSEY (Grey—Government Whip) (12:39): The seat of Grey was formed in 1903 and, despite the fact that I am only the third Liberal to represent that seat, this is the 28th year that it will have been in Liberal hands and I’m proud of that outcome. As such, it is considered a safe seat, even…

90 sec Kadina Hockey pitch

Mr RAMSEY (Grey—Government Whip) (13:40): Last Sunday I had the great honour, along with Copper Coast Mayor Ros Talbot and the member for Narungga, Fraser Ellis, to open the new Kadina synthetic hockey pitch. It is testament to a great team effort. The federal government put up $422,000 through the local sporting infrastructure grants; the local…

90sec Shed Tanks

Mr RAMSEY (Grey—Government Whip) (16:32): In my home town of Kimba, they began to open the farming lands in about 1908. In 1913, a railway line arrived, but there were considerable supplies coming from the coastal community of Cowell, 90 kilometres to the south-east. To facilitate this, a place called Shed Tanks was built, roughly halfway…

E-news – Wednesday 17 March 2021

While there has been the odd setback, our steady battle against COVID-19 is paying dividends and we have engineered one of the best responses in the world. Last week’s outstanding news that the Australian economy grew by 3.1% in the December quarter following the 3.4% reported in the September quarter indicates that the economy has almost…

Boosting support for pharmacies in regional South Australia

The Newbery Pharmacy in Kadina and Terry White Chemmart in Port Augusta are among hundreds of pharmacies across regional Australia to receive additional funding from the Federal Government under the revised Regional Pharmacy Maintenance Allowance (RPMA) program. Regional Health Minister Mark Coulton said changes to the Government’s RPMA program will help maintain access to medicines…

Regional Boost for Projects on EP

Two significant projects on EP which will significantly improve local infrastructure were officially opened by Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey and Federal Local Government Minister, Mark Coulton today. The Tumby Bay stormwater project was funded under the Building Better Regions Fund Infrastructure Projects stream. Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey said the District Council of…

$4 million in new community grant funding for regional South Australian communities

Around 35 projects in regional South Australia will share in a $4 million Coalition Government investment through the Community Benefit Program (CBP).   The projects are based in Kimba, Hawker and Quorn following their involvement in the detailed consultation process about hosting a National Radioactive Waste Management Facility.   Minister for Resources, Water and Northern…