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Train Safety on the Belair Line

24 November 2020

Mr DULUK: Minister, I refer to Budget Paper 4, Volume 3, page 155, the Automatic Train Protection (ATP) system on the Belair line. Minister, can you explain what was done in terms of the ATP on the Belair line? Was the target met?

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State Government's Fuel App Scheme

17 November 2020

Can the Attorney please provide an update to the House on the Fuel App tender process for a private data aggregator and specify when South Australians will have live and up-to-date petrol prices available to them?

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State Budget 2020/21 Speech

12 November 2020

Mr DULUK (Waite) (17:20): Like other members, I also rise to make a contribution in relation to the 2020-21 budget. In most extraordinary times is the handing down of this state budget, several months later than usual, obviously on the back of a global pandemic. I would like to talk about a few things that are key to my electorate. The elements in the budget around support for the Country Fire Service, local businesses, schools and community groups, road infrastructure and the environment are really big key issues to the people I represent.

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Protecting and promoting heritage

12 November 2020

Mr DULUK (Waite) (15:42): I rise today to discuss the importance of protecting and promoting our local heritage. Throughout my community, and I know so many communities across South Australia, we have wonderful historic buildings and places of historical and architectural importance and natural beauty as well.

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Springbank Secondary College Sports Centre

10 November 2020

Mr DULUK (Waite) (14:47): My question is to the Minister for Education. Can the Minister please provide an update to the house on the future developments of the recreation stadium at Springbank Secondary College, and an important lease partnership with the Sturt Basketball Club?

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Protecting our Local Heritage

14 October 2020

Protecting our local heritage is so important. That’s why, I asked the Minister for Infrastructure and Transport to provide an update on the Cross Road and Fullarton Road intersection project and outline what measures are being undertaken to save the historic gate house at the Waite Arboretum from demolition.

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Adelaide Parklands State Heritage Area Listing

24 September 2020

The Parklands and Squares of Adelaide are a unique characteristic for our city that provide essential green spaces for both us and nature to enjoy.

I was pleased to hear the Minister David Speirs MP reiterate the State Government's commitment to protecting these spaces and that the City of Adelaide are undertaking a potential listing bid to UNESCO World Heritage.

 

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Recognising community achievements in Parliament

24 September 2020

Mr DULUK (Waite) (15:18): Today, I rise to talk about some outstanding achievements from community members in the electorate of Waite. 

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South Australia Bans Single-use Plastics

South Australia has passed new laws to remove single-use plastics from our community, and by doing so becomes the first state to pass such legislation in Australia.

We have banned the sale, supply and distribution of plastic products such as straws, cutlery and beverage stirrers whilst also mapping a plan for the removal of polystyrene and oxo-degradable plastic.

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Sam Duluk asks Premier to assist gyms and fitness studios

 

23 September 2020 

Mr DULUK (Waite) (14:49): My question is to the Premier. Can the Premier please provide an update to the house on when gymnasiums and fitness centres in South Australia can turn their fans and water fountains on? Sir, with your leave and that of the house, I will further explain.

A local business from my electorate has approached my office to express their concerns that the current COVID restrictions are not in the best interests of their community. The fitness centre has brought to my attention that, as they move into warmer months, members of gyms require water fountains to stay hydrated and fans to assist with temperature control. Current COVID restrictions limit gymnasiums and fitness centres from using water fountains and fans.

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