South Australia slashes pathology, medical science jobs

Verity Edwards - The Australian Medical unions say timely patient treatments and diagnoses could be at risk after the South Australian government yesterday cut 25 per cent of its pathology workforce, equivalent to 196.6 full time equivalent jobs. Professionals Australia...

South Australian students with disabilities not being ‘invested in’, Kelly Vincent says

By Lauren Waldhuter Posted Wed at 1:24pmWed 31 May 2017, 1:24pm Picture Description: two young children are walking down the road with backpacks on holding lunch boxes. South Australian schools should face tangible consequences for unnecessarily restraining students with disabilities...

Parliamentary Committee examining the education system hands down its recommendations

Schools are being told to stop defaulting to suspension or exclusion to manage challenging behaviour from children with disabilities. A State parliamentary committee has handed down final recommendations; there are more than 90 of them. It heard that students are...

Scalped Sheeran tickets for four times the cost

UNLUCKY Ed Sheeran fans who missed out on seats to his one-off Adelaide Oval concert are coughing up more than $300 on ticket resale websites. Tickets for the British superstar's acoustic show next March are listed for as much as...

Ticketek Special Needs Hotline and NDIS

Andrew Reimer: Kelly Vincent, you’ve got lots to talk about tonight; we’ll start off with the Ticketek Special Need Hotline and there was a bit of a debacle in relation to the Ed Sheeran and Bruno Mars concerts. Kelly Vincent: Absolutely and...

Kelly Vincent on Cashless Card, Disability Pension and NDIS

Transcript: Sue Tilley: Good day Rose, our show today is focusing on a number of related issues. We’re going to be talking about the cashless debit card that’s being trialled in a number of communities around the Ceduna area and...

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Expo set to be a success

Leader - Barossa Valley The Barossa Community Disability Expo will be held at The Rex, Tanunda on June 4 and is set to be a huge success according to organisers. Over 40 exhibitors will be available with information for individuals...

NDIS will revolutionise disability services across Australia

Leader – Barossa Valley "I will be opening the Barossa Community Disability Expo next weekend ahead of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) launch for adults on July 1 this year. The NDIS is a once-in-a-generation reform for people with...

NDIS will revolutionise disability services across Australia

The Leader "I will be opening the Barossa Community Disability Expo next weekend ahead of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) launch for adults on July 1 this year. The NDIS is a once-in-a-generation reform for people with disability and...

Claims music fans with special needs have found it tough to get tickets for concerts

The Dignity Party says that music fans with special needs have found it even tougher to get sought after tickets to the upcoming Adelaide concerts for Ed Sheeran and Bruno Mars. Dignity MLC, Kelly Vincent says the agency Ticketek requires...

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