Mr Duluk (Davenport) (17:11): I also would like to make a contribution on the Supply Bill 2017. I think we all know that it is a pretty important bit of machinery that keeps us ticking along and keeps us paying our bills and debts, which is most important. The Supply Bill is also an annual marker that gives us an opportunity to reflect on the previous 12 months, a chance to stop and consider the work of the state government and government expenditure over this period.Read more
Mr DULUK (Davenport) (15:17): I rise today to speak about my wonderful community and electorate.Read more
Mr DULUK (Davenport) (15:44): I rise today to acknowledge national epilepsy Purple Day, held each year on 26 March. Purple Day is an important annual event, with people not only wearing purple, like you are today, Deputy Speaker, but holding local community events, fundraising and working together to increase awareness and understanding of epilepsy and the need for increased funding to support individuals and families affected by epilepsy. Last Sunday, 26 March, the Epilepsy Centre hosted a family day at the Entertainment Centre. Whilst it was a fantastic and fun day, it is important that we remember the very serious and important motives that underlie the need for Purple Day.Read more
Mr DULUK (Davenport) (11:32): I move:
That this house —Read more
Mr DULUK (Davenport) (15:15): I rise today to discuss the importance of the Wittunga Botanic Garden, a beautiful 13-hectare garden tucked away in suburban Blackwood.Read more
Mr DULUK (Davenport) (12:41): It will be no surprise to those on this side of the house that
I support the motion. What I have found intriguing is every contribution so far from the Labor Party: the Premier, the Treasurer, the member for Lee, the Deputy Premier, and of course the member for Kaurna, who is auditioning for the Treasurer's role for after the next election. The opposition benches we were all given a history lesson, and this history lesson is going on and on and is full of inaccuracies.
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.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
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.