Just over one year ago, I was proud to be re-elected for my third term as your representative in State parliament and a Minister in the Marshall Liberal Government. It’s a great time to reflect on some of the things we have done during our first year such as:
• Securing the National Space Agency, showing just what can be achieved with an ambitious focus on the future
• Establishing the Skilling South Australia Program to create 20,800 traineeships and apprenticeships
• Lot 14, as demolition work continues on the site, we’re also progressing the two other major projects we committed for Lot 14 - the International Centre for Tourism, Hospitality and Food Studies and the National Aboriginal Art and Cultures Gallery.
These opportunities will provide tourism and secure jobs for the future and more opportunities for our young people to stay based in Adelaide to achieve their life goals. Over the past year, the Government has delivered on many of the commitments we took
to the 2018 Election. In this newsletter, I highlight some that relate to the electorate of Adelaide. I will continue to work hard as your elected representative and support you by raising issues on your behalf.
This afternoon, I had the pleasure of conducting a tour of Parliament House for the students at Eynesbury Senior College.
It was followed by a visit to my local Rostrum Club in Walkerville. If you are interested in joining, please visit https://www.rostrum.com.au/clubs/sa-clubs to find a Rostrum Club near you - visitors are warmly welcomed!
The Liberal Government is encouraging schools and families to join more than 350,000 students across the nation who will ride, walk, scoot and skate to and from school on National Ride2School Day today.
🚴🏼♂️ Today is National Ride2School Day and I had the pleasure of joining Olympic marathon runner Jess Trengove at Wilderness School this morning to launch a new online resource for families aimed at supporting schools students to ride, walk or scoot to school safely.
Today on World Social Work Day the Liberal Government extends its sincere thanks to social workers across South Australia for their ongoing hard work and dedication.
World Social Work Day is a day to celebrate the achievements of social workers, as well as raise awareness of their contribution to the community.
The State Government will consolidate services and staff from several departments to establish a new system of intensive support services, designed to disrupt patterns of child abuse and neglect.