New bulk billing services for patients in Ceduna, Lameroo and Wallaroo

For the first time, more than 20,000 South Australians living in rural and remote communities will be able to access a range of bulk-billed primary health care services under an innovative Federal Coalition Government-funded initiative. Patients in Lameroo, Wallaroo and Ceduna can now visit their local hospital to access bulk-billed GP consultations, appointments with allied…

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Project provides pull to Port Lincoln for aged care professionals

The Federal Coalition Government is providing $3.7 million to the University of South Australia (UniSA) to create a training site in Port Lincoln that will encourage current and future nursing and allied health students to pursue a career in aged care once qualified. Making the significant announcement today at the Matthew Flinders Home, where the…

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Keeping projectors rolling in Grey

The Government continues to support the recovery of the arts and entertainment sector in Grey with a total of $70,000 awarded to two cinemas under the first set of grants from the second round of the $20 million Supporting Cinemas’ Retention Endurance and Enhancement of Neighbourhoods (SCREEN) Fund. Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey said the…

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PLANTING TREES FOR THE QUEEN’S JUBILEE

Eligible groups and organisations in Grey have a great opportunity to nominate potential projects for an Australian Government grant to plant trees to commemorate the Queen’s 70 years of service to Australia and the Commonwealth. During this time, the Queen has visited Australia on 16 occasions, and on many of these visits has planted trees…

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  RAMSEY CALLS FOR DISASTER RELIEF CERTAINTY FOR COUNCILS

The one in a hundred year flooding event experienced by some of South Australia in recent days has done enormous damage particularly to public infrastructure, according to the Member for Grey, Rowan Ramsey. He is calling on the State Government to trigger the disaster relief arrangements sooner than later. “In the agricultural lands the epi-centre…

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FUNDING IN GREY TO HELP PRESERVE OUR WARTIME HERITAGE

The Port Pirie Returned and Services League Sub-Branch will receive $3,205 through the latest round of the Australian Government’s Saluting Their Service Program. The Saluting Their Service program ensures Australia’s wartime history is preserved and those who have served during wars, conflicts and peace operations are appropriately remembered. Rowan Ramsey, Federal Member for Grey said…

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Colour Tumby Street Art Funding

The Federal Government is reigniting regional arts and culture under Round 13 of the Festivals Australia program with Tumby Bay to receive $36,000 for its Colour Tumby Street Art project. Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey said the funding will support local artists and communities reemerge from the pandemic, while also providing a critical boost to…

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