The Hon. C.L. WINGARD (Gibson—Minister for Police, Emergency Services and Correctional Services, Minister for Recreation, Sport and Racing) (15:21): I rise today to speak on the Oaklands crossing grade separation and what it means to the community in my electorate, and to those who pass through. There has been a lot of hard work to get to this point, and I cannot tell you how much it means to my community that this project is finally happening. It has been fantastic to deliver this alongside my federal colleague, Nicolle Flint...Read more
The Hon. C.L. WINGARD (Gibson—Minister for Police, Emergency Services and Correctional Services, Minister for Recreation, Sport and Racing) (14:02): I seek leave to make a ministerial statement...Read more
The Hon. C.L. WINGARD (Gibson—Minister for Police, Emergency Services and Correctional Services, Minister for Recreation, Sport and Racing) (16:44): I rise today to speak on the Fair Trading (Ticket Scalping) Amendment Bill, a bill that will protect families, event organisers and music and sport enthusiasts against the scourge on society that ticket scalpers have become. This is yet another commitment that the Marshall Liberal government committed to introducing within its first 100 days of government, and I am very proud to be part of a team that has been delivering on its commitments in the first 100 days...Read more
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
Mr WINGARD (Mitchell) (11:55): I rise today also to speak on the motion put before the house by the member for Bright, and I acknowledge the great work that he has done, as follows:Read more
Mr WINGARD (Mitchell) (10:33): Obtained leave and introduced a bill for an act to amend the Fair Trading Act 1987. Read a first time.Read more
Mr WINGARD (Mitchell) (15:42): I rise today to express my concerns and frustrations with the state government's handling of the Oaklands crossing project.Read more
September 28, 2017
Mr WINGARD (Mitchell) (15:17): I rise today, probably appropriately as the shadow minister for sport, and a big football fan, to speak about some great football results. We know that women's football has had a great run, and a great success with the women's Adelaide Crows winning the grand final. Of course, this weekend the men are hoping to follow suit and give the Adelaide Football Club two premierships in the one year, which would be absolutely outstanding.Read more
SEPTEMBER 28, 2017
Mr WINGARD (Mitchell) (12:03): I rise today also to speak in support of the motion:
That this house—
(a) celebrates World Teachers' Day held annually on 5 October; and
(b) acknowledges the vital and inspirational role teachers play in providing quality education in a range of settings and to a diverse range of community members.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