Forestry policy a key talking point for country cabinet

MOUNT Gambier will be the site of the state opposition’s first post-COVID shadow country cabinet, with South Australian Labor leader Peter Malinauksas flagging the development of a forestry policy as a personal priority.

State Labor frontbenchers will descend on the Blue Lake city on July 26 to meet with industry leaders, key stakeholders and the general public to discuss local issues.

The opposition’s main decision-making group will then travel to Naracoorte on July 27 to meet with councils, community organisations and businesses, with the visit culminating in a town hall meeting at both sites.

Mr Malinauskas said the 14 shadow cabinet ministers would collate and use all information to help develop policies ahead of


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