Mr PEDERICK (Hammond) (14:53): My question is to the Minister for Energy and Mining. Can the minister update the house on how the Marshall Liberal government is supporting the delivery of the essential service of electricity in South Australia in response to COVID-19? The Hon. D.C. VAN HOLST PELLEKAAN (Stuart—Minister for Energy and Mining) (14:53): […]View
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It is an honour to be elected to represent the people of the electorate of Stuart in the South Australian Parliament. I work very hard to give our electorate a strong and informed voice in all relevant matters and also to support people locally. Working effectively on behalf of the people of Stuart will always be my primary responsibility and I also put time and energy into my role as Minister for Energy and Mining as well as promoting regional development more broadly throughout our State.
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Dan van Holst Pellekaan MP
Hon Steven Marshall MP Premier The Marshall Liberal Government has welcomed the Federal Government’s $17.6 billion stimulus package, announced today, which will work in tandem with the state’s immediate response to help cushion South Australia’s economy and jobs from the ongoing impact of the Coronavirus pandemic. Premier Steven Marshall said consumer confidence should be boosted […]View
Hon Steven Marshall MP Premier Hon Stephen Wade MLC Minister for Health and Wellbeing South Australians will benefit almost immediately from the Marshall Liberal Government’s unprecedented $350 million stimulus package, which includes a $15 million investment in upgrades at our country hospitals. The $15 million will boost local economies, trigger immediate jobs and provide better […]View
Unprecedented response and economic stimulus to drive SA jobs, economy in wake of bushfires, coronavirus
Hon Steven Marshall MP Premier An immediate economic stimulus package, worth $350 million, has been announced by the Marshall Liberal Government to help drive the South Australian economy and secure local jobs in the wake of the ongoing impact of bushfires, drought and coronavirus. Major infrastructure maintenance projects including road and hospital upgrades, new tourism […]View
The South Australian Government’s subsidy under the $100 million Home Battery Scheme, which helps households cut power bills by installing battery systems, will have its first planned reduction in six weeks’ time. A strong surge in the number of households accessing the subsidy has pushed the number of homes signed up to the scheme past […]View