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The price to pay for being informed

My office is receiving numerous complaints about the cost increase to Eyre Peninsula and Kanagaroo Island residents who buy The Advertiser and Sunday Mail. An extra 80 cents for weekday papers, and an extra $1 for weekend papers, is a substantial hike. Not only are residents upset, but so are the newsagents, who have to be…

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Steven tours Port Lincoln High School

Out-dated facilities and a lack of air-conditioning were two points bought upby Port Lincoln High School principal Tony Green while visiting the school with Opposition Leader Steven Marshall. We toured the school, meeting a myriad of dedicated staff and students. We are pictured here with principal Green and student Krystal.

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Speed limit slows down in Mt Hope

Thanks to the hard work of Mt Hope’s Sharron Crowle, the speed limit will be reduced from 110 to 80kmh through the township of Mt Hope. I tabled her petition with more than 80 signatures in State Parliament earlier in the year, and it is good to see results. We expect the reduction will be…

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How our tuna looks up close

Getting a close-up look through a tuna factory with visiting Leader of the Opposition Steven Marshall.

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New Liberal branch formed

Welcome to the Great Flinders Liberal Party branch. It was voted at last night’s Cummins AGM for Cummins to mergy with the Tumby Bay branch.

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Cummins opens new changerooms/canteen

It was a hugely successful opening of the new changerooms/canteen facility at Cummins. Well done to all clubs involved, many, many hours of volunteer work made this dream a reality. With facilities this good, maybe I’ll consider pulling on the boots again!

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