On 14 December 2018 I was honoured to represent the Premier at the official opening of the new Vietnam Veterans Federation headquarters at Marion.
Recently, the Hon. David Speirs MP and I held our annual Community Recognition Awards. I established these awards three years ago as a way to honour the people whose contribution and dedication to improving the community we live in often goes unnoticed. I would like to present our winners for 2018, who have been massive contributors to our local community.Read more
The State Government has funded the installation of five CCTV cameras at The Salvation Army Marion, following an increase in drug use, theft, and vandalism on the grounds.Read more
After plenty of community feedback from school staff, parents and families, changes have been made to the Seaford line morning timetable, to better cater for students who travel by train to attend Westminster School, as well as other schools in the area.Read more
Do you know someone who works tirelessly behind the scenes to contribute to our local community, whether it be at your sporting club, church, school or community group? I want to recognise their efforts, and would like to pay tribute to them at a function I will be hosting later in the year.
I believe all ANZAC Day speeches should start with - Thank you.
Thank you to the ANZACS of WW1 And WW2.
Those veterans whose proud march has now slowed to a shuffle.
Those service men and women whose bravery and commitment is enshrined in our fabric and our being.Read more
If elected in March 2018 the Marshall Government will introduce legislation to ensure gift cards sold in South Australia have a minimum expiry of three years.Read more
If successful at the March state election the State Opposition will equip all South Australian surf lifesaving clubs with drones to enhance their surveillance safety capacity on our beaches.Read more
Mr WINGARD (Mitchell) (10:51): I move:
That this house—
(a) acknowledges the critical role that Noarlunga Hospital plays in the delivery of health services to the people of Adelaide's southern suburbs;
(b) notes that, prior to the 2014 state election, the Labor Party promised to invest $31 million in upgrading Noarlunga Hospital but subsequently reduced this funding allocation by more than half; and
(c) recognises the quality and commitment of the front-line staff who work at Noarlunga Hospital and their concern that the government's Transforming Health program is undermining the hospital's long-term future as a general community hospital.Read more