Mr WINGARD (Mitchell) (12:05:30): I rise today, too, to commend the member for Davenport for bringing this motion before the house to:
(a) recognise Purple Day in support of epilepsy awareness;
(b) acknowledge the work of community members who raise the issue of epilepsy awareness; and
(c) call on the state government to adequately fund epilepsy services, research and diagnosis.Read more
Congratulations to the 2016 Community Recognition Award Winners!Read more
It was privilege to speak at the Hallett Cove Anzac Dawn Service. The Hallett Cove and Districts Lions Club did a brilliant job again orchestrating the morning and along with the community they are building a brilliant tradition.
Here is a copy of my speech:Read more
On March 21st Australia celebrates Harmony Day, a chance for all Australian's to embrace cultural diversity and to share what we have in commonRead more
Mr WINGARD (Mitchell) (15:25): I rise today to speak about International Women's Day and some of the amazing women in my community and my life. International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also makes a call to action for accelerating gender parity.Read more
Tips and tricks to keep you and your community safeRead more
Mr WINGARD (Mitchell) (16:01:14): I rise today to speak about some key transport issues in my local community. Moving from the shadow responsibility for transport and road safety, I just want my community to know that these issues are still very dear to my heart, and I will still be working very hard to get an outcome for our community.
South Australia’s business and Government confidence is the worst in Australia.Read more
The State Liberals are calling on the Weatherill Labor Government to adopt the European ECE 22.05 Motorcycle helmet safety standards in South Australia to allow safer and cheaper helmet options for motorcyclists.
The State Liberals have thrown their support behind SA police’s campaign to receive a fair deal on workers compensation and will vote for the Brokenshire Bill when it comes before State Parliament.Read more