Concerns there won’t be enough providers in regional areas under NDIS

ABC North and West Radio Transcript The Dignity Party is concerned there won’t be enough providers in regional areas under the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Dignity Party MLC, Kelly Vincent says more than 32,000 South Australians are expected to receive...

Reflecting on women’s achievements

Thursday 23 March 2017 Port Lincoln Times THE gathering of women – and three men - at the Port Lincoln Zonta Club’s International Women’s Day Breakfast on Saturday was a great opportunity to reflect on the extraordinary things ordinary and not-so-ordinary...

Zonta Club and Kelly Vincent’s busy week ahead

Radio Transcript 5AA interview with Andrew Reimer Andrew Reimer: Kelly Vincent you’ve just been up to Port Lincoln. Kelly Vincent: I have, I spent 1.5 days up there in Port Lincoln because I was invited by the Zonta Club, to...

Zonta’s International Women’s Day Breakfast in Port Lincoln

Radio Transcript ABC North by Northwest Interview with Sarah Tomlinson: Sarah Tomlinson: Yesterday the Zonta Club of Port Lincoln held a very successful breakfast in honour of International Women’s Day. Their guest speaker was Kelly Vincent who at the end...

Women lead by example

Sunday 19 March 2017 Port Lincoln Times By Billie Harrison KELLY Vincent MLC sees herself as an “accidental politician” whose own campaign for a new wheelchair led her to becoming the youngest person elected to an Australian parliament. Through that...

New call for candidate cap

Murray Pioneer SEVERAL political parties are calling on State Parliament to support an amendment making it cheaper and easier to run an election candidate in South Australia. The Greens, Dignity Party and Animal Justice Party have joined forces to support...

Encouraging women to be bold role models

Port Lincoln Times By Casey Treloar WOMEN, get ready to be inspired to 'Be Bold for Change' when MLC Kelly Vincent speaks at an International Women's Day breakfast in Port Lincoln on Saturday. Dignity Party MLC Kelly Vincent said being...

Issues at Makk and McLeay nursing home in Oakden

Graham: This is a revolting story but something that we need to talk about – according to a document that’s been obtained by the ABC, by our news team, the Makk and McLeay nursing home at Oakden, the issues there,...

ABC News – Investigations into a mental health facility in Adelaide are intensifying after complaints about overdosing

Investigations into a mental health facility in Adelaide are intensifying after complaints about overdosing, under documented restraining and the poor treatment of patients.   Nicola Gage: The Commonwealth Government is auditing all operations at the Oakden home after it conducted...

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Call for nomination fees to be reduced

Yorke Peninsula Country Times – Kadina THE Greens, Dignity Party and Justice Party are calling for a reduction in the fees for state election candidates to run. Currently, candidates must pay $3000 – $2000 more than what it costs to...