Upper Spencer Gulf Mayors and MPs quarterly forum today. Elected leaders from all levels of government committed to this great region.
Candidates for Grey in action again - Candace Champion, Andrea Broadfoot, Karin Bolton, Richard Carmody - with MC Vince Coulthard at a forum hosted by Umeewarra media in Pt Augusta
Independent candidate for Grey Richard Carmody details, via video to the USG election forum, his key policy for a job guarantee – a workforce charged with making improvements to civic amenity and outcomes for the public good.
UAP candidate Alexander Warren outlines his party’s proposal for a 20% tax allowance to encourage more people into the regions
Karin Bolton highlights Labor’s commitment to making the USG a Renewable Energy Zone and increasing apprenticeships for the region.
Andrea Broadfoot from Centre Alliance – priorities include remediation of Port Augusta powerstation, localised higher education options, renewable energy, reactivating our main streets
Incumbent Rowan Ramsey takes the stage at the Upper Spencer Gulf election forum - support for duplicating Highway 1 from Port Wakefield and pumped hydro initiatives.
Mayor Leon Stephens kicks off the USG election forum – outlining our 5 priorities:
1. Skilled migration and decentralisation
2. Strategic transport infrastructure
3. Uni Hub places and funding
4. Stability and certainty for energy investment
5. Improving city liveability
Thanks to Grey candidates who participated in our USG election forum - Alexander Warren, Karin Bolton, Andrea Broadfoot, Rowan Ramsey and (not pictured) Richard Carmody. Here with forum MC Scott McBain
LAST DAY TO REGISTER - Upper Spencer Gulf Election Forum
Date: Wednesday, 1st May 2019
Time: 12.00 noon – 2.00 pm
Venue: Central Oval, Port Augusta
Cost: $50 per person plus gst, which includes a two-course meal and drinks
TO BOOK YOUR TICKET: https://t.co/08ye2dfGn4
We need a commitment to help improve the services and lifestyle in our three USG cities
We need a tailored approach to skilled migration and decentralisation in the USG to meet our workforce needs
We need investment into strategic transport infrastructure in the USG - our national highway, rail, seaports and airports
We need a commitment to a strong national energy policy to provide stability and certainty for investment in the USG
We need a commitment to additional funding and uni places to enable students to study locally
Our 5 election priorities for the USG
Come and join Spencer Gulf Cities for a lunch-time event on Wednesday 1 May to hear from candidates vying for the seat of Grey at the forthcoming Federal Election. Book tickets at
Upper Spencer Gulf Election Forum
Come and join Spencer Gulf Cities for a lunch-time event to hear from candidates vying for the seat of Grey at the forthcoming Federal Election. Ca...
Fantastic to meet with SA Senator Penny Wong today to highlight election priorities for the USG
Decentralisation of the public service is not just about jobs - it's about providing more long term professional careers in regions. Minister McKenzie at Regions Rising summit