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Grievance Debate - Chaffey

Mr WHETSTONE (Chaffey) (15:37): I would like to rise and talk about some of the goings-on in Chaffey of recent times, and the first thing I would like to talk about is a recent visit by the Minister for Innovation and Skills.

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MARSHALL GOVERNMENT’S STATE BUDGET SECURING CHAFFEY’S FUTURE

The Marshall Government’s State Budget will secure a stronger future for Chaffey through the creation of jobs and better services.

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Riverland to shine on the Illuminate Adelaide program

The Riverland will take centre stage with the announcement of South Australia’s newest major festival set to start in the Riverland from September 17 to October 9.

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Forum for apprenticeships and trainee stakeholders to share information and ideas

The Training and Skills Forum will provide a chance for Riverland industry, training organisations, employers and apprentices to come together to exchange ideas and work on the challenges facing the sector.

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Riverlanders urged to check in.

Riverland residents are being reminded to use the QR Code Safe Check-In system when attending businesses across the Riverland.

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Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill

Mr WHETSTONE (Chaffey) (20:08): I, too, rise to speak on the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill. As a conscience vote, it has weighed very heavily not only on me but on every member of this parliament because we have a responsibility to our constituency.

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National Volunteer Week

Mr WHETSTONE (Chaffey) (15:49): I rise to talk about a celebration we had in Chaffey last week because it was National Volunteer Week, 17 to 23 May. As many of us would know, volunteers are the fabric, particularly in regional communities, that keeps them bubbling along. There are so many different understandings of what volunteers mean.

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Grievance Debate - Chaffey

Mr WHETSTONE (Chaffey) (15:51): I would like to reflect on some of the happenings around the electorate of Chaffey over the past week. 

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Grievance Debate - Chaffey

Mr WHETSTONE (Chaffey) (15:35): I rise today to acknowledge some of the fantastic people in the electorate of Chaffey who have been recognised in recent times. 

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Signed, sealed, delivered; Browns Well Highway speed limit returns to 110km/hour.

The Marshall Liberal Government has fulfilled a commitment to reinstate the 110km/hour speed limit on the Browns Well Highway.

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