The Hon. D.C. VAN HOLST PELLEKAAN (Stuart—Deputy Premier, Minister for Energy and Mining) (15:51): It is my pleasure to rise today to share with the chamber an
I thank our government, particularly the education minister, for funding this $7.7 million project. It was great to be at the Port Augusta Secondary School graduation on Friday last week, and I can tell you that everybody in this school community is extremely excited about this project.
Mr COWDREY (Colton) (14:21): My question is to the member for Stuart, the Minister for Energy and Mining. Can the minister please update the house on how the M
It is a great pleasure for me to share with the house the wonderful event that my wife and I attended in Peterborough on Saturday evening: the Peterborough Golf Club's end-of-year presentation night. I have to say it was absolutely fantastic to see the achievement of the golfers, particularly the young golfers in that club. It is a family club.
Can the minister update the house on how the Marshall Liberal government's commitment to 100 per cent net renewable energy is creating jobs in his own electorate of Stuart?
It gives me huge pleasure to rise today to talk about a wonderful local event that I attended on Sunday 12 September with my wife, Rebecca. It was in Port Pirie at St Mark's Cathedral. It is locally known as the Blessing of the Fleet celebration.
Obtained leave and introduced a bill for an act to amend the National Gas (South Australia) Act 2008.
It is a pleasure to rise on behalf of the people of Stuart on an important and serious matter—not one for alarm but one to be taken very seriously—and that is the topic of fire preparedness as we move into spring and summer. In our electorate of Stuart, we are no strangers to very serious bushfires.