18 March 2021
Mr DULUK (Waite) (15:13): My question is to the Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development. Minister, what steps is the government undertaking to ensure that South Australian grown timber is kept in South Australia in order for timber yards to remain viable so that small businesses and small builders have a reasonable amount of timber supply to build homes and employ South Australians and keep their businesses afloat? Sir, with your leave and that of the house I will further explain.Read more
18 March 2021
Mr DULUK (Waite) (15:14): My question is to the Minister for Infrastructure and Transport. What measures will the government undertake to protect the heritage status of the Waite Gatehouse, and would a potential relocation of the gatehouse as a whole building provide greater heritage status protection than the proposed deconstruction/reconstruction of that building?Read more
[Duluk] Thank you very much Mister Speaker.
My question is to the Premier. Can the Premier please update the house on how the state government is committed to ensuring that our veterans are honoured for their service to our nation by supporting local RSL clubs in their efforts to host ANZAC Day services this year? With your leave, sir, and that of the house I will further explain.Read more
ROAD SAFETY 30 MARCH 2021
Mr DULUK ( Waite ) ( 15:18 ): My question is to the Minister for Road Safety. Minister, what measures is the government undertaking to combat reckless and dangerous hoon driving that is increasing in our community? Sir, with your leave and that of the house, I will further explain.
Mr DULUK: Many constituents visit my office concerned with dangerous driving on Kalyra Road, Belair Road, Old Belair Road, James Road and other road passages throughout Mitcham and the Adelaide Hills. SA Police statistics from 2020 record 3,174 drivers were caught travelling at least 30 kilometres above the limit, including 637 clocked speeding 45 kilometres or more above the speed limit. What is the state government doing to counter these troubling stats and provide greater safety on the roads in my community?Read more
18 February 2021
Member for Waite: My question is to the Premier.
Is the government still committed to delivering surgery at the Repat Health Precinct and, if so, when will we know who the preferred surgery provider is and the time frames on the necessary construction of surgery suites?
2 February 2021
Mr DULUK: Thank you, sir. My question is to the Premier. Can the Premier please update the house on the progress of the government's pilot to trial the use of medical cannabis to treat children with epilepsy, and what is the expected time frame for the rollout of that pilot? Sir, with your leave and that of the house, I will further explain.
4 February 2021
Mr DULUK (Waite) (14:52): My question is to the Minister for Emergency Services. Can the minister please update the house on the rollout of the automatic vehicle location tracking systems to support our emergency services volunteers when they are fighting bushfires in our communities? Sir, with your leave and that of the house, I will further explain.
Mr DULUK: In July last year, the independent review into the South Australian 2019-20 bushfire season was handed down to the parliament. There was a $20 million investment as part of that review, and one recommendation concerned the importance of automatic vehicle location tracking systems. In conversations with my CFS group and brigades in my community over the weekend including Upper Sturt in your brigade, sir we are still waiting for that rollout with our community. We would appreciate an update from the minister as to when that will happen.
2 December 2020
Mr DULUK (Waite) (15:16): My question is to the Attorney-General. Attorney, what measures are you undertaking to ensure that the Coroner's office is appropriately resourced to reduce the backlog on the issuance of Forensic Science South Australia post-mortem reports? With your leave and that of the house, sir, I will further explain.
Mr DULUK: Recently, a constituent contacted my office and expressed her concern and distress at waiting more than 17 months to receive a final death certificate for her late husband.Read more