The Hon. Rob Lucas MLC

The Hon

Rob Lucas MLC


Media Releases

26 June, 2019 The State Government has urged union bosses at the Australian Education Union to show some compassion, common sense and courtesy towards parents, grandparents and students by postponing their full-day school strike a week to coincide w... Read more
26 June, 2019 The State Government has expressed great disappointment in the decision by the Australian Education Union to create ‘unnecessary confusion, disruption and chaos’ for parents, grandparents and students by pushing ahead with ... Read more
19 June, 2019 Independent global ratings agencies, Moody’s and S&P Global, have both given the Marshall Liberal Government’s second State Budget a tick of approval, with the Government applauded for its ‘solid financial managem... Read more
18 June, 2019 The Marshall Liberal Government is delivering around $700 million in promised tax cuts to South Australian families and businesses over the next four years, by abolishing payroll tax for small businesses, slashing ESL bills for households and bu... Read more
18 June, 2019 The Marshall Liberal Government has announced a sweeping $104.5 million housing stimulus package in the 2019-20 State Budget that will grow local jobs, support the local construction industry and assist more South Australians, particularly ... Read more
18 June, 2019 The Marshall Liberal Government’s second State Budget projects a modest surplus in 2019-20 and across each year of the forward estimates despite a significant write-down in forecast GST grant revenues. The 2019-20 State Budget’... Read more
14 June, 2019 The Marshall Liberal Government has announced it has made a formal enterprise agreement offer to the Australian Education Union and the Public Service Association of SA on behalf of the state’s 28,000 teachers, principals and support ... Read more
11 June, 2019 Claims made by corporate bookies and others that a significant reduction in the betting operations tax (BOT) rate would lead to an overall increase in wagering revenues to Government have been dismissed as wrong by an independent report. T... Read more
05 June, 2019 The State Government has welcomed the move by private insurer, QBE, to reduce its CTP insurance premiums offered to private passenger vehicles and all goods carrying light vehicles, such as utes, to the lowest rate possible under ... Read more
30 May, 2019 Investors are returning to South Australia with enormous confidence, with latest ABS figures showing a 37% rise in private new capital expenditure in the past year under the reformist Marshall Liberal Government. The 37% jump in real private new c... Read more
27 May, 2019 Premier Steven Marshall and Treasurer Rob Lucas have this afternoon met with the global Chairman and CEO of Nyrstar’s largest shareholder, Trafigura, and other senior executives who confirmed payment of $43 million from Nyrstar Port Pirie ... Read more
24 May, 2019 The Marshall Government is delivering on its commitment to slash ESL bills for South Australians by putting $90 million a year back into the pockets of families, with an average household set to save more than 50 per cent or $163 in 2019-20 compared ... Read more
23 May, 2019 The State Government has announced a new schedule of fees, fines and charges for 2019-20 – with most increasing by 5 per cent, but with notable exceptions including for reckless hoons, leadfoot company car drivers and motorists on their mobile ... Read more
22 May, 2019 South Australian motorists will save up to $114 a year on their CTP Insurance premiums when the market opens to full competition on July 1, driving down the overall cost of renewing a motor vehicle’s registration. For a typical Adelaide househ... Read more
21 May, 2019 Several large supermarkets found in breach of the Shop Trading Hours Act 1977 have erected permanent walls inside their stores, or reconfigured display cases, fridges and freezers, to reduce their floor space to comply with the law. In total, 1... Read more
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