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Today Tonight: Travel Times

I recently appeared on Channel Seven's Today Tonight program with my colleague Corey Wingard MP to highlight the state government's inefficient management and neglect of our South Australian railways.

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Labor receives a "D' for Drug Strategy

Media Release - Friday, 22 January 2016

Member for Davenport, Mr Sam Duluk, has called on the new Minister for Disabilities, Mental Health and Substance Abuse, Ms Leesa Vlahos, to acknowledge the failings of the Weatherill Labor Government’s Alcohol and Other Drug Strategy.

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Belair Line: Boom gates fail again

Media Release - Thursday, 7 January 2016

Member for Davenport, Mr Sam Duluk MP, has had enough and is demanding urgent action from the Government to address the ongoing boom gate failures along the Belair Line.

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Shop local this Christmas

MEDIA RELEASE - Monday, 14 December 2015

Member for Davenport is encouraging people to shop local this Christmas to provide a much needed boost to the local economy.

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Belair line closure raises questions

MEDIA RELEASE - Thursday, 10 December

Member for Davenport, Sam Duluk, is concerned that the Weatherill Labor Government isn’t being open and honest about the troubled Belair line.

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Pinery Bushfires

In Parliament - Thursday, 3 December 2015

Mr DULUK (Davenport) (15:16:06): The Pinery bushfire was a grave reminder of South Australia's vulnerability to bushfires. Catastrophic fires can arrive quickly and without warning. It does not matter if you live in the state's north, along the Peninsula or in our foothills—all areas are vulnerable. Our stunning countryside that provides us with such an enjoyable environment in which to live, work and play is, unfortunately, also excellent fuel for bushfires.

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Victims Of Crime (Compensation) Amendment Bill

In Parliament - Thursday, 3 December 2015

Mr DULUK (Davenport) (17:18:46): Thank you, sir, and you look very good in that chair.

The ACTING SPEAKER (Hon. T.R. Kenyon): Thank you, sir. I have designs.

Mr DULUK: Grand designs. I also rise today to make a contribution to the Victims of Crime (Compensation) Amendment Bill 2015. Victims of crime often suffer a range of physical and psychological injuries which can have a devastating impact on both the victims and their families. Whilst financial compensation cannot redress the harm that victims suffer, payments are designed to help people address the suffering that impacts their lives afterwards.

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Motor Vehicles (Trials of Automotive Technologies) Amendment Bill

In Parliament - Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Mr DULUK (Davenport) (16:59:25): I also rise today to speak in support of the Motor Vehicles (Trials of Automotive Technologies) Amendment Bill 2015, but only briefly. I put on the record that this bill relates purely to the trials of autonomous vehicles and not to any commercial legalisation.

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Youth Justice Administration Bill

In Parliament - Thursday, 19 November 2015

Mr DULUK (Davenport) (16:51:04): I also rise to make a small contribution to this debate and to echo the sentiments of the member for Morialta who very truly has had a long interest in these matters and who has really put the case quite well in his contribution to the house.

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State Government delays bushfire mitigation

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