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Waite Office Holiday Hours

The Waite Electorate Office will be closed from 24/12/2021 - 4/1/2022
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Sam's Plan for 2022 and beyond

Please find my vision for our community and let me know your thoughts by getting in contact.

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Independently Passing Legislation

Sam Duluk MP, Member for Waite has passed another piece of legislation through both Houses of the South Australian Parliament. 

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Exceptional Tree Register

Member for Waite, Sam Duluk MP has introduced legislation to establish an Exceptional Tree Register in South Australia (SA).

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Blackwood Recreation Centre - Leasing Update September 2021

Mr DULUK (Waite) (15:21): My question is to the Minister for Education. Minister, what action are you and your department undertaking to support the Blackwood recreation centre in their lease negotiations with the City of Mitcham?

 

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Independent Announcement

Mr DULUK (Waite) (15:55): Earlier today, I announced that I will be running as an Independent at the next State Election. My electors from across the entire community recognise the important role an independent has in holding the Government of the day to account, and that is what I have done and that is what I will continue to do.

So what have we achieved to date as an Independent?

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The Future of SAPSASA

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRIMARY SCHOOLS AMATEUR SPORT ASSOCIATION

Mr DULUK (Waite) (15:28): My question is to the Minister for Education. Minister, will you provide some clarity regarding the future of SAPSASA and guarantee the continued use of the SAPSASA logo and name? Sir, with your leave and that of the house, I will further explain.

 

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Future of Cross Road

Sam Duluk MP, Member for Waite continues to lobby against plans to turn Cross Road into a major heavy truck thoroughfare.

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Expanding the Exercise Radius

The Member for Waite is calling on the Transition Committee to expand the 2.5km exercise travel radius.

Please find Sam Duluk MP's letter to the Transition Committee here and press release below.

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Domestic Violence Interstate Travel Exemptions

On 21 July 2020, I tabled an amendment to the Emergency Management Act 2004 to allow travel into or out of the State where the travel is for the purpose of escaping domestic violence or providing support to a family member who is experiencing domestic violence, or is otherwise reasonably necessary for the purpose of dealing with circumstances arising out of domestic violence.

For more information, please read the Hansard from Parliament here

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