Fracking moratorium passed

LABOR parliamentarians Clare Scriven and Kyam Maher have “sold out” the people of Mount Gambier by opposing a 10-year ban on fracking in the Limestone Coast, Treasurer Rob Lucas said. The bill to enshrine a decade-long[…]

Students take up waste challenge

YOUNGSTERS in the community are leading environmental sustainability with St Martins Kindergarten winning top honours in the Limestone Coast School Waste Reduction and Recycling Challenge. The […]

Parliamentarians under fire

MEMBERS of the Limestone Coast Protection Alliance have lashed out at Labor parliamentarians Clare Scriven and Kyam Maher for not backing the demands of the South […]

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Wehl Street Theatre upgrade launch

WEHL Street Theatre’s management committee has celebrated installation of upgraded seats at the historic facility. This follows the Centre-Stage Community Theatre Committee securing $96,000 to replace […]

Government urged to discourage log exports

THE Federal Government should discourage log exports and increase its focus on local timber processors, according to State Shadow Forestry Minister Clare Scriven. Her comments were […]

Sleep out to support homeless

LABOR’S Clare Scriven is preparing to sleep without shelter on one of the longest and coldest nights of the year to support the many Australians experiencing […]

Labor sides with small business

THE State Labor Party is ramping up opposition to the Liberals’ proposed shop trading hour changes in Millicent, with shadow frontbenchers Clare Scriven and Kyam Maher […]

Shop protection bid

THE debate around Millicent’s shop trading hour regime is expected to rage on in State Parliament this week as the Labor Party seeks bipartisan support to recognise […]

Scriven elected to parliament

“LABOR was in government for 16 years and we got some policies very right, but we need to make sure we listen more,” Shadow Minister and […]

Strong South East voices in Upper House

THERE will be some familiar faces in parliament’s Upper House with appointments made to executive positions within the Labor Party. Kyam Maher and Clare Scriven are […]