The Barker Electorate

The Division of Barker is an Australian Electoral Division in the south-east of South Australia. The division was established on 2 October 1903, when South Australia’s original single multi-member division was split into seven single-member divisions.

It is named for Collet Barker, an early explorer of the region at the mouth of the Murray River. The 63,886 km² seat currently stretches from Morgan in the north to Port MacDonnell in the south, taking in the Murray Mallee, the Riverland, the Murraylands and most of the Barossa Valley,

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Post demolition ...
Keith Diesel & Dirt Derby
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Looks like fun

Good effort and lots of fun !

Yesterday was brilliant, another extra special event @ Keith

James Hinge

It was fantastic to watch up close, well done!

Thank you for sharing. Hope this is not indicative of what is happening out there. Carnage at its best

Will Slee

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Header demo derby ready!
Keith Diesel & Dirt Derby
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The MAN the Legend Tony Pasin <3

Where were u tony? Just a quick stop for a video?

😀😀

Go for jog mate

Je look at barrell girth

Kelly Nankivell 👍🏻

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Foodbank Mount Gambier. Such a great organisation that helps so many in our Limestone Coast community. I'm a big supporter and I've been working with them to ensure they can continue to support those who rely on this invaluble service when they need it. ... See MoreSee Less

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Lily Zofia Click on link posted by Caroline Rhodes below

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I joined the Federal Minsiter for Regional Services, Senator Bridget McKenzie, along with Rowan Ramsey and State Minister Tim Whetstone - Member for Chaffey and Telstra and Optus reps to announce 29 sites across rural and regional South Australia will recieve improved mobile phone coverage under round 4 of the Mobile Blackspot program. In Barker this includes; Murtho, Wunkar, Murtho South, Mount Mary, Ettrick, Marama, Tower Rd (Riddoch Hwy), Nildottie, Mypolonga and Compton. If your region missed out this time, the good news is we are funding a further two rounds of the program investing an additional $160 million, because we know the importance of connectivity in our regions. ... See MoreSee Less

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congratulations everybody

Believe it when the phones dont drop out

Keilira is in desperate need of upgrade and Marine Parade in Kingston

Please Hynam

Kinmana Organics

Dan Webb

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✅ DELIVERED FOR NARACOORTE SWIMMING LAKE - $47,000 for CCTV cameras and additional lighting.
This funding is from round 3 of the Federal Government’s Safer Communities Fund, delivering on our commitment to keep local communities safe and secure by preventing crime and anti-social behaviour. Round 4 is open now for applications - go to my website for more info. www.tonypasin.com/funding-to-protect-children-under-round-four-of-safer-communities-fund/
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✅ DELIVERED FOR NARACOORTE SWIMMING LAKE - $47,000 for CCTV cameras and additional lighting. 
This funding is from round 3 of the Federal Government’s Safer Communities Fund, delivering on our commitment to keep local communities safe and secure by preventing crime and anti-social behaviour. Round 4 is open now for applications - go to my website for more info. www.tonypasin.com/funding-to-protect-children-under-round-four-of-safer-communities-fund/

 

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Toni Shaw Annabel Trader

Good stuff but does not make sence government give out money for this but keith hospital is about to close

For that price they better be ultra HD

Well done it's bloody worth it

Thanks Tony 👍

Bill Corcoran

Our swimming lake.

Could this help with nangwarry

I'm happy Millicent swim lake received this and grateful to Tony for his assistance but frustrated the morons who cause vandalism cost taxpayers. These funds could of been spent on something constructive to the community but if it keeps the lake open for families it's a good thing.

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Mr Keith Webber of Waikerie has had a big week celebrating his 100th birthday. It was wonderful to pop in today to see him and congratulate him on the milestone. ... See MoreSee Less

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Mr Keith Webber of Waikerie has had a big week celebrating his 100th birthday. It was wonderful to pop in today to see him and congratulate him on the milestone.

Thank you to the Williamstown community members who came out last night to meet with me.
I’ll be in Lyndoch for my next community meeting next week!
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Thank you to the Williamstown community members who came out last night to meet with me. 
I’ll be in Lyndoch for my next community meeting next week!

My colleagues in Canberra often say I sound like a broken record about Mobile Phone service in the regions but there is a reason for that! Today's announcement that our Government will commit an additional $160 million for two new funding rounds of the Mobile Black Spot Program is great news! More funding means more black spots in our regions will be addressed. Read more about my advocacy on this issue at www.tonypasin.com/mobile-blackspots/ ... See MoreSee Less

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My colleagues in Canberra often say I sound like a broken record about Mobile Phone service in the regions but there is a reason for that! Todays announcement that our Government will commit an additional $160 million for two new funding rounds of the Mobile Black Spot Program is great news! More funding means more black spots in our regions will be addressed. Read more about my advocacy on this issue at www.tonypasin.com/mobile-blackspots/

 

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Well done Tony. Nothing like a broken record.

Taplan area is in need of mobile coverage.

Great photo!

I'll be in and around the Riverland on Thursday this week, including spending some time in my office on Wilson St in Berri. Give my Murray Bridge office a call on 85312466 if you want to make a time to meet with me. ... See MoreSee Less

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Ill be in and around the Riverland on Thursday this week, including spending some time in my office on Wilson St in Berri. Give my Murray Bridge office a call on 85312466 if you want to make a time to meet with me.

And thats a wrap! Fantastic to have the Minister for the Environment, Melissa Price MP tour the Coorong and Lower Lakes today. From the Coorong National Park through the barrages finising at Goolwa, the Minister had the opportunity to see first hand and hear from the people that live and work in the region about how special the place is and some of the challanges it faces, including salinity issues and the devestating increase in numbers of fur seals. Big thanks to everyone who took the time to meet with us today and share your stories. ... See MoreSee Less

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How about doing something about the seals we kul roos saels are not native