Touch-screen public computers are now available for the public to use in the Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) office in Kingscote, Kangaroo Island.

PIRSA help: Faye with Roger at the helm, with Minister Bignell. Photo: Supplied.

PIRSA help: Faye with Roger at the helm, with Minister Bignell. Photo: Supplied.

Touch-screen public computers are now available in the Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) office in Kingscote.

These new computers will provide a welcome boost to regional customer services.

The computers will provide easy access to online PIRSA services such as registering rock lobster pots, making payments, livestock registration requirements, commercial fisheries and aquaculture licencing, quota and registration information.

The new computers are available for public use, with assistance available from PIRSA staff.

Agriculture, Food and Fisheries Minister Leon Bignell said, “These computers will make it much easier for regional communities, industry and stakeholders to access the information and services they require from PIRSA, and also in applying for loans or grants.

“They’ll also be a great help to those people in regional and rural locations who have limited or no access to reliable internet services.”