Speeches

Speeches

Teachers Registration Board Petition

LEGISLATIVE REVIEW COMMITTEE: TEACHERS REGISTRATION BOARD PETITION Mr TRELOAR (Flinders) (11:14): I move: That the report of the committee on the House of Assembly petition No. 13 of 2020, entitled ‘Maintenance of the current composition of the Teachers Registration Board’, be noted. The Australian Education Union and the Independent Education Union commenced this petition to maintain…

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Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill

Mr TRELOAR (Flinders) (21:05): I rise to make a contribution here this evening on the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill. I am a member in my third term in this place. This is the third time I have been part of this debate. Mr Szakacs: Keep going; don’t leave us! Mr TRELOAR: You are very kind. I have made…

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Salt Festival bigger and better

Mr TRELOAR (Flinders) (15:28): I would like to talk today about an absolutely brilliant festival that had its inaugural outing in 2017. It is known as the SALT Festival, which is based in and around Port Lincoln. Unfortunately, the festival had to be cancelled in 2020 due to COVID, along with many other things in this…

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Landscape Amendment Bill

Bills LANDSCAPE SOUTH AUSTRALIA (MISCELLANEOUS) AMENDMENT BILL Second Reading Mr TRELOAR (Flinders) (16:26): Thank you, Mr Acting Speaker. I appreciate you taking the chair while I make a contribution to the Landscape South Australia (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill 2020. Of course, a big commitment from the Marshall Liberal government when coming to power was to revamp natural…

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Fire and Emergency Services (Governance) Amendment Bill

Second Reading  Debate resumed.  Mr TRELOAR (Flinders) (17:17): I rise to make a contribution to the Fire and Emergency Services (Governance) Amendment Bill 2020, of course on the back of the Keelty report, on the back of the devastating 2019-20 bushfire season here in South Australia, and also on the back of, I might say, some experience in…

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Eyre Peninsula freight

Mr TRELOAR (Flinders) (15:19): It is now just about 18 months since the railway on Eyre Peninsula hauled its last grain. In May 2019, the final carriage rolled from Cummins into Port Lincoln, which marked the end of an era, really. No-one was sadder than I to see that happen, but unfortunately the two companies involved, Genesee…

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Interconnector to provide energy security

Mr TRELOAR (Flinders) (11:30): By leave, on behalf of the member for Morphett I move: That this house— (a) recognises that 28 September 2020 marks four years since the statewide blackout in which almost all of South Australia lost power; (b) acknowledges the failure of the former Labor government to secure the state’s electricity network, resulting…

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Helping our environment

NATIONAL LANDCARE WEEK Mr TRELOAR (Flinders) (11:30): By leave, on behalf of the member for Heysen I move: That this house: (a) recognises that 6 to 13 September 2020 is National Landcare Week; (b) acknowledges the outstanding contribution by volunteers in our local communities who advocate for and enhance our natural environments; and (c) highlights the…

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‘Paddy’s Law’ Bill could save lives

DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES (LPG CYLINDER LABELLING) AMENDMENT BILL Second Reading Mr TRELOAR (Flinders) (10:50): I would like to speak in support of this bill. As the member for Wright indicated, the bill comes to us as a result of the death of one Paddy Ryan, a Port Lincoln teenager who huffed on a gas bottle at a…

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Port Lincoln High build continues

Mr TRELOAR (Flinders) (11:28): I rise today to comment on the 64th report of the Public Works Committee, the final report on the Port Lincoln High School redevelopment project. This is something that the Port Lincoln school community and I, as the local member, have been working towards for many years. In fact, even under the previous…

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