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Adelaide Crows 2019 AFLW Premiers: Congratulatory Motion

Wednesday, 3 April 2019

I rise today to move the motion standing in my name. That this Chamber –  a)      Congratulates the Adelaide Crows on winning the 2019 AFLW Grand Final; b)      Congratulates Erin Philips on winning the AFLW Grand Final best on ground medal; c)      Acknowledges the important role the AFLW competition has had in growing grassroots participation in women’s football and providing role models for the next generation of AFLW players; and  d)      Recognises t...Click here for full story

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Closing the Gap Day 2019

Wednesday, 3 April 2019

I rise today to acknowledge the growing success of the annual Closing the Gap Day event here in South Australia. This year, the event was hosted in the Goyder Pavilion at the Wayville Showgrounds. I attended this event, on behalf of the Premier, last Wednesday, the 27th of March 2019. I think we are all now aware of the significant gap that exists between indigenous and non-indigenous people in terms of health and life expectancy, educational achievement and employment opportunities. The National Closing the Gap Campaign works to address some of these major inequalities and has see...Click here for full story

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Wednesday, 27 February 2019

Whyalla is one of South Australia's most important cities. Mount Gambier and Whyalla are our two major regional centres. Whyalla has a proud history. It was founded by BHP in 1901 and was originally named Hummock Hill. It began as a port for the shipment of iron ore. During the Second World War, the town built many ships for the Royal Australian Navy. In the 1950s and 1960s, the first steelworks were built. In fact, for a time Whyalla had the largest shipyards in the entire country. However, in the last several decades it has struggled to maintain the population it once had in t...Click here for full story

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