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In the heart of South Australia's

Murraylands and Riverland Regions

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By-law No. 8 - Camping and Mooring (Variation) By-law 2019

Advert - By-law No 8 - Camping and Mooring (Variation)(25 kb)

By-law No. 8 - Camping and Mooring (Variation)(74 kb)

Industrial hemp farming: come and learn about commercial production and market options

Hemp Farming flyer(501 kb)

Hemp Farming program(167 kb)


Understanding Regional South Australian Expectations and Experiences of the Health Care System

Health care systems across the globe are rapidly changing. However, whether these changes have kept pace with the needs of health consumers remains uncertain. A team of researchers at the University of South Australia Department of Rural Health are currently exploring the expectations and experiences of health consumers living in regional South Australia in order to better understand (i) the health care needs of regional South Australians, (ii) how responsive the health system is to these consumer needs, and (iii) to identify areas where the health system could improve to better serve these needs.

If you are (1) over the age of 18 years, (2) have used a health care service or received any health intervention within the last 12 months, (3) live in rural, remote or regional South Australia (i.e. outside metropolitan Adelaide), (4) have internet access, and (5) are able to read and understand the English language, we invite you to participate in this important survey. The survey will only take around 20 minutes to complete. In appreciation for the time you give to complete the survey, you will be invited to enter a draw to win one of 20 x $50 Visa Cards

Further information about the study can be found on the CONVERSATIONS website: http://www.conversations-project.info/.

Alternatively, you can start the survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CONVERSATIONS-SA

Kindest regards,

Dr Matthew Leach
Department of Rural Health
University of South Australia: City East
North Terrace  Adelaide SA 5000


Putting the Facts Right – Unauthorised Development, 79 East Front Road, Cowirra

Due to the level of misinformation in the community in relation to Council’s actions associated with the Brennan unauthorised development at 79 East Front Road, Cowirra, the following Fact Sheet responds to key concerns raised by the community in respect to the application.

Fact Sheet – Unauthorised Development - 79 East Front Road, Cowirra(138 kb)


Proposed Footpath Upgrade Program

Notice - Proposed Possible Foothpath Program 2015-2020(21 kb)

Further Detail - Proposed Possible Footpath Program 2015-2020(218 kb)  

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