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ANZAC Day 2015

In Parliament - Thursday, 26 March 2015

Mr DULUK (Davenport) (12:38:35): I also rise to speak to the centenary of ANZAC motion and commend the member for Fisher for moving that motion today. The centenary of ANZAC is a moment for deep reflection in our communities about the meaning of service and sacrifice, not just at Gallipoli. In my own electorate of Davenport, an ANZAC vigil will begin at 6.30pm on Friday 24 April, and services on ANZAC Day will be held at Blackwood, Coromandel Valley and Flagstaff Hill.

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Malcolm Fraser Condolences

In Parliament - Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Mr DULUK (Davenport) (11:36:02): I also rise to speak to the condolence motion for the late Malcolm Fraser. I was deeply saddened to learn of the death of Malcolm Fraser, Australia's 22nd prime minister, and I express my condolences to Mrs Fraser and the whole Fraser family.

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Rail Safety National Law (South Australia)

In Parliament - Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Mr DULUK (Davenport) (16:55:57): I also rise to speak to the Rail Safety National Law (South Australia) (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill 2015. This bill makes a series of miscellaneous and consequential amendments to the rail safety regime in South Australia and further harmonises state law to accord with the national rail safety regime.

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Repatriation General Hospital

In Parliament - Thursday, 19 March 2015

Mr DULUK (Davenport) (15:32:19): 'The Repat Hospital is here to stay; the Repat Hospital will never ever be closed by a Labor Government.' These are the words that former premier Rann uttered in September 2010. How hollow these words are today as we digest the closure of the Repatriation General Hospital under this Labor government's Transforming Health proposal.

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An accident waiting to happen

Media Release - Thursday, 19 March 2015

An accident waiting to happen

Liberal member for Davenport, Sam Duluk, is disappointed but not surprised that Main Road Blackwood has been named amongst the five most likely roads for a car crash in Adelaide.

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Human Organs Trafficking

In Parliament - Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Mr DULUK (Davenport) (11:09:58): I also rise today to support the motion by the member for Taylor to refer the bill to a joint select committee of the house. On my understanding, the committee is intended to look at a possible prohibition of any resident of South Australia from receiving a human organ that has been unethically obtained. As we know, this is a practice that happens around the world, particularly in South-East Asia, and is of great concern to many of us on that moral dilemma.

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Duluk off and running

Media Release - Thursday, 26 February 2015

Duluk off and running

The new Member for Davenport, Sam Duluk, asked his first question in Parliament during Question Time yesterday.

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Sam's Maiden Speech to Parliament

In Parliament - Tuesday, 24 February 2015

Mr DULUK (Davenport) (11:14:55): Thank you, Mr Speaker, and thank you to the member for Bright for his kind words and the very colourful ending to his speech. I am proud to speak to this Address in Reply before the house today, as the new member for Davenport. First, I would like to acknowledge the support of my party and the trust placed in me to represent the people of Davenport; equally, I thank the electors for their support and the privilege they have afforded me. It is with an enormous sense of gratitude and responsibility that I take on the new role as their representative in Davenport and in South Australia.

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We will reverse Labor's Emergency Service Levy Hikes

The State Liberals have committed to reversing the Weatherill Government’s savage increases in the Emergency Services Levy (ESL) giving South Australians desperately needed tax relief.

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News Update

The State Liberals will develop a Master Plan for the upgrading of the central road corridor through the Mitcham Hills to deliver improved bush fire safety for the residents of the area and reduce the peak hour bottlenecks that plague commuters on Old Belair Road, Main Road and Coromandel Parade.

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