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Fruit Fly

Mr PEDERICK (Hammond) (14:46): My question is to the Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development. Can the minister update the house on the successful eradication of fruit fly from the Riverland?

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Labour Hire Practices

Mr PEDERICK (Hammond) (14:33): My question is to the Attorney-General. Can the Attorney update the house on what commitments the federal government has made to protect vulnerable workers in high-risk sectors?

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Drought Assistance

Mr PEDERICK (Hammond) (14:05): My question is to the Minister for Primary—

Members interjecting:

The SPEAKER: Order!

Ms Hildyard interjecting:

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Live Music Industry

Mr PEDERICK (Hammond) (15:08): My question is to the Minister for Industry and Skills.

The Hon. A. Koutsantonis interjecting:

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Murray Mallee Region

Mr PEDERICK (Hammond) (14:25): My question is to the Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development. Can the minister update—

Members interjecting:

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Prisons, Community Partnerships

Mr PEDERICK (Hammond) (14:41): My question is to the Minister for Police, Emergency Services and Correctional Services.

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Home Battery Scheme

Mr PEDERICK (Hammond) (14:17): My question is to the Minister for Energy and Mining. Can the minister please update the house on the latest figures for the Home Battery Scheme?

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Biosecurity Management

Mr PEDERICK (Hammond) (14:25): My question is to the Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development. Can the minister inform the house how the state government is strengthening our protection against fruit fly and any threats against our biosecurity?

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Land Tax (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill

Mr PEDERICK (Hammond) (16:06): I want to talk about reform and something that the previous government did not want to go near for 16 years: reform to how we fund this state but giving equity to people from across this state. What we saw in the 16 years before our government was just the profligate raising of taxes across the board—whether it was the emergency services levy or whether it was a whole fleet of taxes. There were attempts to tax the banks. The car park tax went beautifully.

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Statutes Amendment (SACAT) Bill

Mr PEDERICK (Hammond) (11:04): I am pleased today to stand to support the Statutes Amendment (SACAT) Bill 2019. Why we as the Marshall Liberal government are putting this legislation through this place is all about the reason the South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (SACAT) was established in 2015. The ultimate objective of SACAT is to provide a single, low-cost and efficient forum for administrative and civil reviews whilst also giving the courts more time to focus on their core judicial functions. This is more evidence of the Marshall Liberal government streamlining efficiencies and procedures.

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