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Environment, Resources and Development Committee: Inquiry into Heritage Reform

Mr PEDERICK (Hammond) (11:43): I move:

That the first report of the committee, entitled An Inquiry into Heritage Reform, be noted.

I rise today to speak about the first report of the Environment, Resources and Development Committee, entitled An Inquiry into Heritage Reform. Some would say that this is a difficult subject, and I commend all those on my committee and my committee staff for working through the process of this reference.

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Public Works Committee: Women's and Children's Hospital Upgrade Sustainment Program

Mr PEDERICK (Hammond) (11:52): I rise to support the 12th report of the Public Works Committee, entitled Women's and Children's Hospital Upgrade Sustainment Program, and commend all the previous speakers for their contributions to this debate. I note that this relates to over $50 million worth of funding to keep the hospital in good order through to 2024, with the proposed relocation and co-location of the Women's and Children's Hospital with the new Royal Adelaide Hospital.

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Monarto Safari Park Roars to Life

Zoos SA have announced that a private investor will build and operate a $40 million five-star luxury resort and glamping facilities at Monarto Zoo.

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$1 million splash for swimming centre

Minister for Recreation, Sport and Racing the Hon Corey Wingard MP has announced the Rural City of Murray Bridge has been successful in securing funding through the Community Recreation and Sport Facilities Program. The grant of $1 million is for upgrades at the Murray Bridge Swimming Centre. This will assist the upgrading of the outdoor 8 lane 50 metre swimming pool, change rooms, the plant room and associated pipework.

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State Government beefs up trespass laws

The Marshall Liberal Government has announced that it will be beefing up trespass laws to protect South Australian farmers and primary producers from animal activists and protesters.

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Lifting of GM moratorium gives farmers a choice

The Marshall Liberal Government has this week announced its decision to lift the current moratorium on genetically modified (GM) Food Crops.

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Funding boost for sports in Hammond

The latest round of the Marshall Liberal Government’s Active Club Program grants have been announced.

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Renewable Energy Boost for Hammond

The green light has been given for development to start on a $350 million solar farm project 5km north of Murray Bridge at Pallamana.

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Murray Bridge Hospital ED upgrade approved

Plans for the upgrade the emergency department at Murray Bridge Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital have been given the stamp of approval.

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Big Infrastructure Spend in Hammond

Member for Hammond Adrian Pederick welcomes tens of millions of dollars of infrastructure spending into Hammond announced in Tuesday’s State Budget.

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