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Rail Safety National Law Amendment Bill

Mr DULUK (Davenport) (16:29): I would also like to make a contribution on the rail safety national law bill and put on the record that we on this side of the house support the bill. I want to make a few comments on South Australian rail transport and rail infrastructure because, for those who know, they are huge parts of the electorates of Davenport, Waite and Elder and the surrounding areas of the Mitcham Hills.

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Open Editorial - SA Freight Council is wrong about the benefits of SA Liberals’ GlobeLink plan to South Australian economy

The following open editorial was published in The Advertiser online on 28 February 2017.
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Libs plan to keep Heavy Trucks off Cross Road

Media Release - Monday, 23 January 2017

The State Liberals recent commitment to assess the development of an alternative corridor for heavy freight will put the brakes on the Weatherill Labor Government’s plans to send B-doubles rumbling down Cross Road.

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Mr DULUK (Davenport) (15:27): A very good on-baller, I would have thought, member for
Torrens. I rise today to talk about the enormous potential of our wonderful state; potential that desperately needs to be unlocked. To unlock that potential, South Australia needs a government that is able to lift its gaze beyond the horizon and envisage the South Australia of tomorrow.

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Bangka Strait Massacre

Mr DULUK (Davenport) (12:32): I move:

That this house—
(a) recognises that today is the 75th anniversary of the 1942 Bangka Strait massacre;
(b) honours the memory of Australian nurses killed in the Bangka Strait massacre; and
(c) commends the SA Women's Memorial Playing Field Trust for their ongoing commitment to the annual Bangka Day Memorial Service.

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Belair train line grinds to a halt

Media Release - Monday, 23 January 2017

The State Liberals are demanding answers from Transport Minister Stephen Mullighan after yet another boom gate failure on the Belair train line.

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BBQ Fundraiser for Sturt CFS Group

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I would like to invite you to a BBQ Fundraiser for the Sturt CFS Group. The BBQ will be held on Saturday, 17 December in the Blackwood Coles Carpark from 10AM- 2PM and hosted by Nicolle Flint MP, Federal Member for Boothby, Mayor Glenn Spear, Mayor of the City of Mitcham and myself. 

I encourage everyone to drop by and support the volunteers who are at the heart of our community. 

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International Day of Persons with Disabilities

Mr DULUK (Davenport) (11:51): I just want to make a short contribution with regard to this motion:

That this house recognises 3 December as the International Day of People with Disability and celebrates the achievements of those with a disability and recognises the contribution they make to our communities.

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Private Music Instructors

Mr DULUK (Davenport) (17:04): Can I echo the words of the Member for Morialta. What the state government is doing in regard to private instrumental tuition in government schools is an absolute disgrace and a shame. It is extremely short-sighted and it is going to be to the detriment of young children and those at school who want to continue to have private music tuition. This is not a case of needing or having private instrumental teachers going into public schools at the expense of The Instrumental Music Service.

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Mitcham Hills Road Upgrade Motion

Mr DULUK (Davenport) (12:43): I move:
That this house urges the Weatherill Labor government to prioritise the upgrade of road maintenance and
transport systems through the Mitcham Hills, prioritising Main Road and the Blackwood roundabout, in order
to—
(a) improve traffic congestion for residents living in the Mitcham Hills and Southern suburbs;
(b) provide efficient access for emergency services vehicles;
(c) improve traffic management in an emergency event;
(d) create a safer environment for motorists, cyclists and pedestrians; and
(e) meet the population growth needs of Mitcham Hills and the surrounding areas.

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