I want to use my position in our community to encourage people to shop local and to facilitate them to do so. I want shopping local to be easy, accessible and attractive and I believe that most people want to shop local, they just need a reminder of what’s on offer.
The City of Marion has recently been consulting on their Open Space Policy and I have taken the opportunity to provide feedback on how I think the council could improve the amenity of the Hallett Cove Heights development, something that local residents raise with me frequently.
The provision of high-quality public transport is one of my key priorities and I have often stated that I believe the great cities of the world are characterised by strong public transport systems.
This week in Parliament I moved a motion to recognise the important work of Surf Life Saving South Australia.
The commemorative space at the Hallett Cove foreshore is a significant accomplishment for our local area and one of my proudest achievements in my time in public life.
1926 was a very special year. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was born, as was my late grandfather and 101 of the people who I represent.
With a serious proposal for a high-level nuclear waste facility now on the table, courtesy of the State Labor Government, I am having to ask myself whether or not this is a good idea for South Australia and its people.