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Our electorate office deals with a wide range of issues and matters that fall under the responsibility of the State Government. Portfolios include roads, hospitals, schools, tourism, local government and planning, primary industries, social housing, environment, regional development and police. Priority will always be given to assisting residents who reside within our electorate of Narungga. You can contact our office by calling (08) 8832 2455, emailing [email protected] or visiting in person at 37 Graves Street Kadina.
Any matters to do with Centrelink, immigration, Department of Veterans Affairs, My Aged Care, My Health Record, NDIS, Medicare, Australian Tax Office or child support come under Federal jurisdiction and we are unable to assist in these instances.
We advise you to contact the Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey at his 43 Taylor Street Kadina office for assistance. Ph: (08) 8821 4366.
No. However we do have a list of local JPs and their contact details.
We provide information on available grants and funding opportunities on our Grants page - please call for additional information or to discuss Fraser providing a letter of support to accompany any grant applications your organisation lodges.
Contact our office, in writing, explaining your project or grant submission, with as much information and notice as possible. If Fraser supports the project, he will send you an official letter of support.
Celebrating a big occasion? Congratulatory wedding anniversary messages can be provided for 50th, 60th, 65th and 70th anniversaries.
Birthday congratulations can be provided for 90th, 95th, 100th, 105th and 110th birthdays.
To apply, visit this link
The Office of External Relations process messages to be sent by the Premier of SA, as well as advising offices of the Governor-General, the Governor, Prime Minister, Federal and State Leaders of the Opposition, and Federal and State Members of Parliaments.
Applications should be sent no less than 2 months and no more than 6 months prior to the date of the birthday or anniversary.
The first priority is to contact the provider or relevant body to explain your situation and explore all possible avenues to appealing or reducing the bill or fine
If you are still not satisfied, contact the ombudsman in that industry.
We welcome all invitations for Fraser to attend events, openings or formal occasions. However, this will be at the discretion of the Parliament sitting calendar and available time. All requests should be submitted to [email protected], preferably with as much notice as possible.
You can contact our office for a South Australian flag or Federal MP Rowan Ramsey’s office for Australian or Torres Strait Islander flags.
It is compulsory for all eligible Australian citizens over the age of 18 to enrol to vote in State and Federal elections. To enrol to vote or update your details, complete the online form at https://www.aec.gov.au/
The Patient Assistance Transport Scheme (PATS) is a subsidy program funded by the State Government. Through PATS, subsidies are provided to assist South Australians who are required to travel more than 100 km each way to access necessary and approved medical specialist services that are not available locally.
Application forms are available from referring local doctors or at https://www.pats.sa.gov.au/
The PATS process may take up to six weeks to be processed.
Complaints against a council may arise from a decision made by the council or an action they have taken. They may include complaints about services provided or conduct of council employees or council members.
The first step in any such complaint is to contact your council office or your local council member to discuss the issue and attempt to resolve it, and to advise them you wish to make a formal complaint.
If you are not satisfied with the outcome you can ask the council for an internal review under s 270 of the Local Government Act 1999. This request must be made in writing. Councils must make available their policy and procedures for conducting an internal review.
If the complaint has not been resolved through an internal review, you can contact the South Australian Ombudsman: https://www.ombudsman.sa.gov.au/
The Ombudsman has the power to investigate complaints against local government agencies. They also conduct reviews of freedom of information decisions made by councils. Certain council decisions can also be reviewed by the South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (SACAT). Visit http://www.sacat.sa.gov.au/
For information on how to object to property valuations see this link
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