The Hon. Rob Lucas MLC

The Hon

Rob Lucas MLC


Media Releases

17 October, 2019 The Marshall Liberal Government has introduced into State Parliament its Land Tax (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill 2019, to deliver a fairer, more equitable tax system in SA, drive increased business investment and save South Austra... Read more
15 October, 2019 The State Government has moved to correct some of the confusion, myths and falsehoods being perpetuated by its opponents about its revised land tax reforms, with many South Australians being wrongly led to believe they are going to pay more tax as a ... Read more
14 October, 2019 Increasing numbers of South Australians are achieving the great Australian dream of home ownership, with the number of First Home Owner Grants paid so far this financial year at its highest level in five years. In the first three mont... Read more
14 October, 2019 The Marshall Liberal Government has welcomed the latest Deloitte Access Business Outlook which paints a positive picture of South Australia’s economy, underpinned by strong export and commercial construction sectors and buoyed by... Read more
13 October, 2019 Adelaide’s residential property market is a rising star and outperforming all other mainland capital cities - including Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane - in terms of stability, according to independent analysis by national valuer ... Read more
10 October, 2019 South Australian business confidence has defied a national downturn and remained stable in September, according to the latest NAB Monthly Business Survey. The independent survey of 1,400 business across the country showed business&nbs... Read more
08 October, 2019 Treasurer Rob Lucas today said the State Government rejected a Property Council proposal to impose an average new land tax bill of $1,595 on 213,000 landowners who currently don’t pay any land tax at all. This crazy proposal is included in the... Read more
04 October, 2019 The State Government welcomes the decision by the independent industrial umpire to order the Ambulance Employee Association (AEA) and all its members not to encourage or promote any industrial action relating to the working of overtime... Read more
03 October, 2019 The Marshall Liberal Government has successfully reached agreement with the Police Association of South Australia (PASA) for a new interim pay and conditions agreement for sworn police officers. The deal - which extends the life of the existing Ente... Read more
19 September, 2019 The State Government has labelled today’s increase in the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for August to 7.3 per cent (6.8 per cent trend) as disappointing news for jobs seekers in South Australia.  “The State Government unders... Read more
17 September, 2019 Some students across South Australia will be bringing home end-of-term report cards without any written teacher comments about their progress and ability, attitude or areas for improvement, following an ‘outrageous and deeply offensive’ A... Read more
13 September, 2019 The Marshall Liberal Govenrment has welcomed the groundswell of community and business support for its historic land tax reforms, which will put $70 million back into the pockets of tens of thousands of hardworking South Australians over three years.... Read more
09 September, 2019 The Marshall Liberal Government has tonight announced details of its bold land tax reform package – including an immediate slashing of SA’s top marginal tax rate from the highest in the nation at 3.7% to just 2.4% (which is the average of... Read more
09 September, 2019 Detailed analysis conducted by Treasury has now revealed that 22,300 property ownerships comprising individuals, companies and trusts in South Australia own multiple properties and are already paying land tax on aggregated land values. Put simply, t... Read more
04 September, 2019 The State Government will this morning file an application in the SA Employment Tribunal (SAET) requesting conciliation before the Tribunal to finally resolve the protracted teachers’ Enterprise Bargaining negotiations. Treasurer Rob Lucas sai... Read more
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