Second Reading Adjourned debate on second reading. (Continued from 28 September 2017) The Hon. J.A. DARLEY (16:35): This bill will give the courts the ability to use the sentencing principles of adult offenders rather than youth offenders when sentencing juveniles who have been tried as adults. I understand that the primary sentencing consideration for adults is to protect the community from harm, whereas for young offenders rehabilitation is the key sentencing consideration.
The Hon. J.A. DARLEY (15:40): My question is to the Minister for Health. I understand the pains unit and the chest clinic and some administrative staff are still located at or adjacent to the old RAH? Can the minister advise if and when these units will be relocated to the new Royal Adelaide Hospital or adjacent to it? The Hon. P. MALINAUSKAS (Minister for Health, Minister for Mental Health and Substance Abuse) (15:41): I thank the honourable member for his question. This iss
Second Reading Adjourned debate on second reading (Continued from 26 September 2017) The Hon. J.A. DARLEY (16:52): The government is extending the grants from previous years for off-the-plan apartments. A $10,000 grant is available to certain eligible transactions for off-the-plan apartments. A stamp duty concession is also available to these transactions. From the information provided by the Valuer-General's office, 22 per cent of apartments that have been bought and resold
Introduction and First Reading The Hon. J.A. DARLEY (20:55): Obtained leave and introduced a bill for an act to amend the Limitations of Actions Act 1936. Read a first time. Second Reading The Hon. J.A. DARLEY (20:56): I move: That this bill be now read a second time. I am pleased to rise to present this bill on behalf of Advance SA. This bill will amend the Limitations of Actions Act to remove the statute of limitations for civil claims relating to child sexual abuse. I unde
The Hon. J.A. DARLEY (17:52): Advance SA is supportive of this bill as we understand there is an urgency for it to pass to address a particular urgent situation that the Department for Correctional Services has notified the government about. From time to time parliament is asked to put aside normal procedure and conventions and consider bills as a matter of urgency, as is the case with this bill. However, I want to put on the record that this is not good practice and does not