Peter's Blog

Another successful Mortlock Shield

Mr TRELOAR ( Flinders ) ( 15:42 :43 ): I rise today to speak on the recent Mortlock Shield football carnival, which is held every year in Port Lincoln on the long weekend in June. It was first held in 1936, but it has not been held every year since, as certainly there was a […]

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Active (or Awesome) April

I would like to talk about all the things that have been happening on Lower Eyre Peninsula, particularly the inaugural SALT Festival, which occurred just a couple of weeks ago from 21 to 30 April. It was a 10-day festival and over 100 events took place. Over the 10 days, there were almost 6,500 attendees. […]

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EP energy update

Nearly six months have passed since we were left in the dark, and what have we learnt? Firstly, thank you to the hundreds of people who took the time to fill in my power outage survey. The response was frankly extraordinary. It proved not only what a major issue power reliability is, but helped me […]

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Wild dog numbers threaten Ag industry

More funding is needed to control wild dogs in South Australia, with an increase in dog numbers posing a threat to the State’s pastoral industry. The situation has become desperate, and we need more money to protect our sheep industry in South Australia. Wild dogs, or dingoes, are a declared pest south of the Dog […]

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