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Iron Knob Progress Association to benefit from Stronger Communities Grant

  The Iron Knob Progress Association will be able to upgrade the Iron Knob Cemetery with funding of $5720 through the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities Program (SCP).   Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey said he is very pleased the funding will help upgrade the ceme... ... more

D’faces of Youth Arts to benefit from Stronger Communities Grant

Whyalla arts group D’faces of Youth Arts will be able to purchase circus equipment with funding of $2750 through the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities Program (SCP). Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey said he is very pleased the organisation which provides opportunities for young pe... ... more

Port Pirie Helping Hand Aged Care to benefit from Stronger Communities Grant

  Port Pirie Helping Hand Aged Care will be able to improve the outdoor area of the Men’s Shed at Lealholme Residential Aged Care with funding of $6,950 through the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities Program (SCP).   Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey said he is ... ... more

Yongala and Districts Hall Committee to benefit from Stronger Communities Grant

  The Yongala and Districts Hall Committee will be able to preserve and recognise the town’s unique history thanks to funding of $4015  through the Stronger Communities Program (SCP).   Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey said he is very pleased the community has embarke... ... more

City of Port Lincoln to benefit from Stronger Communities Grant

  The City of Port Lincoln will be able to develop a stunning art project with funding of $5000 through the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities Program (SCP). Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey said he is very pleased the Tasman Terrace Toilet Block Public Art Project will be ... ... more

Robertstown War Memorial Community Centre to benefit from Stronger Communities Grant

  The Robertstown War Memorial Community Centre will be able to undertake repairs to the community centre building thanks to funding of $15,354 through the Stronger Communities Program (SCP).   Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey said he is very pleased the community centre w... ... more

Oodnadatta Community Hall to benefit from Stronger Communities Grant

The Oodnadatta Progress Association will be able to preserve and recognise the town’s unique history thanks to funding of $10,000  through the Stronger Communities Program (SCP).   Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey said he is very pleased the community has embarked on a proje... ... more

Minnipa Swimming Pool to benefit from Stronger Communities Grant

  The Minnipa and Districts Swimming Pool Inc will be able to undertake repairs to the swimming pool thanks to funding of $5000 through the Stronger Communities Program (SCP).   Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey said he is very pleased the pool repairs will enable to commun... ... more

Whyalla Steel Contract for Inland Rail

·         Liberty OneSteel Whyalla Steelworks has been awarded the contract to supply steel for the first section of Australian Inland Rail infrastructure project ·         14,000 tonnes of steel rail required f... ... more

Ceduna Cashless Debit Card Success Ignored by Labor

Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey has condemned the Labor Party for opposing further roll-out of the Cashless Debit Card and effectively turning its back on desperate communities plagued by drug, alcohol and gambling abuse. The Cashless Debit Card, introduced last year, has been a success at Cedu... ... more

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