Mr DULUK (Waite) (11:25): I also rise to speak to the 104th report of the Public Works Committee into Blackwood High School. I thank the committee for their work and the member for Kavel for the diligent way in which he seeks to make sure these projects are dealt with by his committee in a timely fashion.Read more
Mr DULUK (Waite) (15:07): My question is to the Attorney-General in her capacity representing the Minister for Human Services. Attorney, will the state government commit to ensuring that the Glasses SA scheme is accessible and non-discriminatory for all those wanting to access this initiative? With your leave, sir, and that of the house, I will further explain.
Leave granted.Read more
Mr DULUK (Waite) (15:12): My question is also to the Minister for Infrastructure and Transport. Can the minister update the house on how the state government is committed to ensuring the safety of pedestrians in our community, especially on main roads such as Cross Road. Sir, with your leave and that of the house I will further explain.Read more
As you may be aware, Deputy Speaker, this week marks National Youth Week in South Australia, with the theme Our Voice—Our Future. Firstly, I would like to thank and congratulate 2021 Young Australian of the Year Isobel Marshall who cofounded Taboo with school friend Eloise Hall on their role in breaking down stigma around menstruation and providing greater access to hygiene products. Isobel and Eloise are great success stories from Adelaide. So, well done to both of them as they go about their role in the next 12 months being ambassadors for young Australians.
Mr DULUK (Waite) (12:09): I also rise to speak on this highly commendable motion that has been brought forward by the member for Hammond to highlight such an important part of our community. I know this is an issue of real importance for the member for Hammond, so I thank him for bringing it to the house. Indeed, our community would be nothing without our veterans, and it is right and proper that we should always express our deep gratitude for them, for their service and for protecting our freedoms and our nation for over a century now since the creation of the Australian Defence Force.
Mr DULUK (Waite) (16:23): My question is to the Premier. Can the Premier guarantee that public libraries won't lose any state government funding in the June budget? Sir, with your leave and that of the house, I will further explain.Read more
Mr DULUK (Waite) (15:14): My question is to the Minister for Sport and Recreation. Minister, what measures will you take to ensure that sporting and recreational activities undertaken by the Scouts and Girl Guides are supported by the state government's $100 Sports Vouchers scheme? Sir, with your leave and that of the house, I will further explain.
[Leave granted]Read more
Thank you very much Deputy Speaker, I also rise to say a few words about the Supply Bill 2021 and naturally indicate my support for this appropriation from the Consolidated Account for the year ended 30 June 2022.Read more
5 May 2021
Mr DULUK (Waite) (10:33): I move:
That this bill be now read a second time.
I know you love and protect heritage, Mr Speaker, as all of us do in this House. We all appreciate and understand the significance, opportunity and importance of protecting heritage not only the natural environment and the heritage built up over some 60,000 years of Indigenous culture in Australia but also our built heritage and the important role that built heritage plays in the fabric of our communities, our suburbs, our towns and our state.
There are many benefits to the preservation of heritage, from the aesthetics and character that historic places contribute to our suburbs to the immense economic and social benefits derived from built heritage. You only have to look at the old towns of many of the cities of Europe that attract hundreds of thousands of tourists every year, from Rome to Paris to Kraków to parts of old London, where people walk the streets admiring the centuries of built heritage and travel every year to do so, providing much economic benefit to those cities.Read more
Today, the House of Assembly unanimously passed Sam Duluk MP’s Private Members Bill to increase the penalties for arson.
The Criminal Law Consolidation (Bushfires) Amendment Bill 2021 (the Bill) seeks to extend the maximum penalty for causing a bushfire from 20 years to life imprisonment.Read more