Trial wheelchair journey on new King William Street tram route leads to concern people with disabilities will struggle with tram access

Leon Byner: When we talked about the tram turning or not turning right in King William Street, the one part of this puzzle is what’s next? And that is that Kelly Vincent who represents many disabled people in South Australia...

Dignity Party MP savages the Government’s decision not to turn the tram east from KWS

5AA The state’s sole MP representing disabled people has savaged the Government’s decision not to turn the tram east from King William Street along the $80 million track extension. Passengers from Glenelg wanting to travel to Adelaide’s east end will...

Problems regional areas face with the rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme

ABC RADIO NORTH & WEST A shortage of qualified professionals is just one of the problems regional areas face with the rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Dignity Party MLC Kelly Vincent says the scheme will have many benefits...

South Australia’s ‘Medicinal Cannabis Defence’ Hits a Roadblock

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers |By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim Independent public policy think tank Australia 21 released its latest report on drugs back in March. The document outlines thirteen key recommendations designed to minimise the harms associated with illicit substance use. Significantly, eleven of the...

Kelly Vincent speaking to Peter Greco on Leisure Link – voting for low vision or Blind people in 2018 election

Peter Greco: Well, Kelly Vincent is the Member for the Dignity party in the legislative council, made a personal appearance at the Blind Citizens Australia Adelaide branch’s  annual general meeting and forum today with some news regarding accessible voting at...

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World Toilet Day

ABC RADIO ADELAIDE | Peter Goers Peter Goers: Kelly Vincent, we’ve had the World Toilet summit in Australia recently which looks at – of course because toilets are crucial – equity in toilets. Kelly Vincent: Absolutely. The main purpose of...

Councils announce election wishlist

The Bunyip, pg 17 THE state's peak local government representative body has launched its official 2018 state election platform, doubling down on its opposition to the Liberal Party's rate capping policy. The Local Government Association (LGA) of South Australia held...

Drug-driving laws on hold

By Lauren Novak, The Advertiser HARSHER penalties for drug drivers are being delayed as the major parties argue over whether people should be allowed to drive while using medicinal cannabis. State Government legislation, which would impose longer licence disqualifications and...

Cannabis debate holds up new laws

HillsValley Weekly, pg 10 HARSHER penalties for drug drivers are being delayed as the major parties argue over whether people should be allowed to drive while using medicinal cannabis. State Government legislation which would impose longer licence disqualifications and higher...

More Australians Accessing NDIS But Concerns Remain

By Luke Michael, Pro Bono Australia Almost 120,000 Australians now have access to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) according to the latest quarterly report, but disability advocates warn that South Australia is falling behind in the roll-out and “getting...

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