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Community Champion - Nick Bradley

Mr WINGARD (Mitchell) (15:11): I rise today to speak about the community awards that I held in my electorate just recently.

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Community Champion - Eleanor Issacs

Mr WINGARD (Mitchell) (15:11): I rise today to speak about the community awards that I held in my electorate just recently.

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Community Champion - Lynette Dansie AM

Mr WINGARD (Mitchell) (15:11): I rise today to speak about the community awards that I held in my electorate just recently.

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Community Champion - Alex Witty

Mr WINGARD (Mitchell) (15:11): I rise today to speak about the community awards that I held in my electorate just recently.

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Child Protection

Mr WINGARD(Mitchell) (12:33): I rise also to speak in support of the motion put forward by the member for Adelaide:

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South Australia's unemployment rate still Nation's highest

June 2017 marks the 31st month in a row where South Australia has recorded the highest unemployment rate in Australia.

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Was Holden MOU worth the paper it was written on?

With GM Holden’s manufacturing operations due to cease in three months, the State Liberals are calling for an update on progress of a Memorandum of Understanding on the future use of the Elizabeth site signed almost three years ago.

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Weatherill Government not digital ready

The latest Digital Government Readiness Report shows South Australia’s digital strategy has fallen behind other states, despite the Weatherill Government’s promises in the digital space.

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Artist's impressions of the new Oaklands Crossing

Here are the artist's impressions of what DPTI expect the Oaklands Crossing to look like after the upgrade.

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The inspiring work of the Hutt Street Centre

Mr WINGARD ( Mitchell ) ( 12:36 :38 ): I rise today, too, to speak in support of the motion brought forward by the member for Chaffey, who is a very good member. His motion states that this house urges the state government to implement a Code Blue in regional South Australia as already in place in metropolitan Adelaide to assist homeless and rough sleepers in the regions during extreme weather events; acknowledges the need for agencies to work together during times of extreme weather events to help relocate and assist rough sleepers; and highlights the immediate need to have a Code Blue implemented in the Riverland to be used in major weather events such as a high river.

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