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Our Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

The Hon Tom Koutsantonis MP

The Hon Tom Koutsantonis MP

Telephone 08 7133 1100

Tom was raised in the western suburbs. He attended Cowandilla and Netley Primary Schools before attending Adelaide High School and going on to study at Adelaide University.

The son of Greek migrants, Anthony and Dimitra, Tom joined the Australian Labor Party at a young age with the encouragement of Labor stalwart and former SA Deputy Premier, the late Jack Wright. Tom first volunteered in Jack Wright’s office when he was 14.

Tom was elected to the South Australian State Parliament on 11 October 1997, at age 26. Tom was elevated to the Ministry on 3 March 2009 and remained in Cabinet until the 2018 state election. Over this period, he served as Minister for Correctional Services, Youth and Volunteers, Gambling, Small Business, Transport, Planning and Infrastructure, Mining and Energy, State Development and as Treasurer.

He is SA Labor’s longest serving MP.

Tom is married to Anthea and they have two young daughters, Tia and Helena. They live in Torrensville and he is a tragic Liverpool supporter.

Our Minister for Regional Roads

The Hon Geoff Brock MP
Telephone 08 7133 1200
Address Level 10, 81–95 Waymouth Street, Adelaide SA 5000

Geoff was born in Frankston, Victoria and is the eldest of seven children.

His father was a rabbit trapper and when he was six months old, his family moved to Redhill in South Australia, then to Wandearah South Australia where he went to the Wandearah North School, Pirie East School, both schools being 1 Classroom, 1 Teacher, 7 Grades then to Risdon Park Primary for Year 7 and then Port Pirie High for his Secondary schooling

Geoff worked for BP Australia being their Northern Manager for South Australia, this Territory being the largest BP Territory in the world at that time, with Geoff being on the road for 2 weeks at a time several times a year.

Geoff then went into private business, operating in partnership a Roadhouse at Port Augusta before returning to Port Pirie with his late wife Arlene and 2 children in 1978.

Geoff then commenced work at the Broken Hill Associated Smelters (now Nyrstar) starting in the Day Gangs, before working through the ranks to Managing Contracts, with 15 various Contracting Firms up until his ‘retirement’ in 2008.

He used the term retirement loosely as he stepped across to take on his Mayoral responsibilities which he was elected to in 2003 and decided at this time to concentrate solely on this role as Mayor of Port Pirie and Region.

Geoff’s involvement in Local Government for 20 years, 6 of which he served as Mayor for the Port Pirie Regional Council, has put him in good stead to be the elected Member for Frome.

With the Seat of Frome becoming vacant in 2009 and with the retirement of Rob Kerin, a previous Premier of the State, Geoff elected to contest the Seat with him being successful at the bi-election

His subsequent win for the seat at the general election in March 2010 following the by-election in January 2009 validates the confidence and trust his community has in him.

In parliament Geoff sat on several Parliamentary Committees, serving as a member of the Natural Resources Committee, in the 52nd Parliament, as Chair of the Select Committee into the Grain Handling Industry, 52nd Parliament on 9.3.2011 and recently was able to successfully establish a Select Committee into Land Access for Agricultural owners with regard to negotiations with Resource Companies.

Geoff was also successful in getting a Parliamentary Enquiry into Bullying and Harassment by the States Courts Administrative Authority to Sheriff Officers working under their delegation.

Geoff is a Patron of several clubs throughout the Electorate, a Freemason and is a past President (still member) of the Rotary Club of Port Pirie.

Geoff, a keen gardener relaxes and unwinds from his hectic schedule in his beautiful garden. He likes nothing better than spending time with his family, including the ‘Brady Bunch’, the wonderful grandchildren he and his partner Lyn Akker have between them.

Our Minister for Road Safety

The Hon Joe Szakacs MP

Joe Szakacs MP was elected in February 2019, in a by-election held upon the retirement of the Hon. Jay Weatherill.

Joe was born at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and raised in Royal Park. He was educated at local primary and secondary schools and attended university in both Australia and the US. He is an admitted legal practitioner of the Supreme Court of South Australia.

Before formally entering politics, he held various roles in the trade union movement, legal practice and as a company director in the superannuation and insurance industries. Joe was elected as Secretary of SA Unions, the peak body for trade unions in South Australia, and lead the organisation for five years. During his tenure he held national positions with the Australian Council of Trade Unions including the National Executive and National Growth and Campaigns Committee.

He was a member of the Board of Directors of Statewide Super holding various positions including Chairman of the Remuneration and Nomination Committee, and a member of the Investment Committee. He has participated in various global forums for workers capital and pension funds, including the Global Union’s Committee on Workers’ Capital and the United Nations Principals of Responsible Investment.

He has also held director roles on the boards of the South Australian Fire and Emergency Services Commission and Return to Work SA.

Joe was a representative swimmer, competing nationally and internationally. He held multiple South Australian records, was a member of the South Australian Sports Institute, and a scholarship holder on the University of Missouri (USA) Swimming Team.

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