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State Election Results

Posted on March 25, 2014 at 4:10 PM

The SA State election results have now been finalised.

CAS would like to congratulate the new Member of Parliament for Mount Gambier Troy Bell and we look forward to working with him on issues relating to sustainability and good environmental stewardship.

CAS would also like to congratulate the returning Member of Parliament for MacKillop Mitch Williams and we also look forward to working with him on issues relating to sustainability.

CAS have invited both these MPs and the Federal MP Tony Pasin to hear Mark Ogge present at the City Hall in Mount Gambier on April 1st.

Mark Ogge is also presenting at Penola Rymill Hall on April 2nd at 7.30pm, and Kingston SE Senior Citizens Club on April 3rd at 7pm.

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Reply Malcolm Murray
10:39 PM on June 22, 2014 
The State Election results which saw a SA Labor Government is a great, great for our State's environment. This shows South Australians will vote a Party which is proactive in caring for a sustainable community life in SA. The bias report above did not mention that south easterner ALP's Kyam Maher MLC stood and was reelected to represent us.Kyam is regularly in our region and uses his position in the Upper House to care for our environment. The bias report above did include that ALP's Leon Bignel MP stood and was reelected. A popular Glencoe man Leon spends a lot of time in regional SA in his work as Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries, visiting our region regularly.. Talking with him it is obvious he really care for a sustainable environment. Historically only political parties like the the Greens and the ALP who put a sustainable environment at the centre of their philosophies and legislative programs.Grovelling up to the Libs is a futile activity as they will do nothing good for our environment. The above report is bias.

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