Thanks to the Coalition Government’s Mobile Blackspot Programme a new Telstra mobile phone tower in Mundulla was switched on by Member for Barker, Tony Pasin and Telstra Area General Manager, Mark Bolton on Thursday.
Preschoolers in Lameroo will be amongst the first in Australia to be introduced to science, technology, mathematics and engineering (STEM) through a new series of fun, play-based apps.
The Southern Mallee community is set to benefit from the Australian Government’s investment in local roads, with $734,000 on the way for Tauragat Well Road.
On Monday Tony Pasin, Member for Barker, joined with members of the Mount Gambier Airport Stakeholders Group to progress development of an application to the Australian Government’s Building Better Regions Fund (BBRF).
A free preventative health initiative is being rolled out across regional and rural South Australia to help those who are overweight, at risk of chronic disease or who already have one or more chronic diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease.
Applications are now open for a new program to make access to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) easier for 1200 students living in regional and remote areas of Australia.
A Renmark student will be given the opportunity to network with political and corporate leaders in Canberra today as part of the Country to Canberra initiative.
Member for Barker Tony Pasin MP has welcomed the news that from December 1, women in the electorate of Barker will benefit from a new and more effective screening test for cervical cancer — it’s more accurate and requires testing less often.
More than 50 students from Monash Primary School visited the Nation’s Capital this week.