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CFS Bush Fire Awareness Forum

Please find an invitation to the Blackwood Country Fire Service Bush Fire Awareness Forum available to download.

The details are as follows

Date: Thursday, 15 November 2018
Time: 7.00pm - 8.30pm
Place: Blackwood Church of Christ, 367 Shepherds Hill Road, Blackwood
RSVP: Please RSVP by Tuesday, 13 November at 5.00pm to the Waite
Electorate Office at waite@parliament.sa.gov.au or on 8278 5844

CFS Forum Invitation

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Statutes Amendment and Repeal (Budget Measures) Bill

Mr DULUK (Waite) (16:21): I also rise to make a few comments on the Statutes Amendment and Repeal (Budget Measures) Bill 2018 and provide a bit more of an opportunity to discuss some of the important things that this new Marshall Liberal government is doing—undertaking, deciding, leading, making tough decisions—in our first budget on this side of the house for some time.

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PRESS RELEASE: 2018-19 Budget

PRESS RELEASE FROM SAM DULUK MP

FRIDAY 14 SEPTEMBER 2018

Road upgrades included in State Budget for Waite

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2018-19 Budget Remarks

Mr DULUK (Waite) (17:19): It gives me great pleasure to make a small contribution on this, the first Liberal budget in quite a long time. I have to say that I am glad Rob Lucas from the other place is our Treasurer, a man who is sensible, calm and collected and who provides a contrast to the shrill noise of those opposite.

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STEAM Education

Mr DULUK (Waite) (16:05): I rise today to talk about the very important subject of education and about STEM in our school system. We all know what STEM is. Today, the member for Florey talked about LAMP as well. They are two acronyms that are very important to the education of our future generations. STEM is based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines: science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Rather than teach four disciplines as separate subjects, there is an increased focus on integrating them into a cohesive learning program.

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R U OK? Day

Mr DULUK (Waite) (11:30): I move:
That this house—
(a) recognises that 10 September 2018 is World Suicide Prevention Day and 13 September 2018 is R U OK? Day;
(b) recognises the importance of both these days in raising awareness and understanding about suicide and its prevention among the community; and
(c) acknowledges all the workplaces, community groups and schools organising R U OK? Day events to encourage conversations among their peers.

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Reactivating the Repat

Please find information about the upcoming forum regarding the Reactivation of the Repat site below.

The forum will be held on Wednesday 29th August at the Colonel Light Gardens RSL from 6pm.

Reactivating the Repat (PDF) (2.88MB)

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Winter Newsletter

Please find my latest Community Newsletter available to download.

 

Waite Community Newsletter August 2018 (PDF) (7MB)

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International Epilepsy Day

Mr DULUK (Waite) (10:56): I rise to commend the member for Mount Gambier's motion in its amended form and wholeheartedly thank the member for Mount Gambier for bringing it to the house. As the member raised in his contribution, it is an issue that is very important to me, to my constituents and to many South Australians, and he understands, as I do, the importance of supporting those in our community, some 61,000 South Australians, who live with this condition.

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Health Care (Governance) Amendment Bill

Mr DULUK (Waite) (16:38): I also rise to make a contribution to the Health Care (Governance) Amendment Bill. With the introduction of the bill in this house, I suppose the government is taking another step to do our bit to improve the state health system that we inherited after 16 years of Labor. It is going to take a long time because the mess and the morale within public hospitals are so horrific because of the decisions of the former Labor government. In my own community, wonderful staff who used to work at the Repat are suffering from low morale, as the former government shunted staff all across SALHN.

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