SA State Govt announces new super board members

Former South Australian federal senator, Annette Hurley, will join the Super SA board and Southern Select Corporate board as a presiding member, and former parliamentary counsellor, Richard Dennis, will be filling a vacant position.

Hurley served as deputy leader of the state Labor Party for a five-year period, with close to two decades of work in state and federal parliaments on her retirement in 2011.

Minister for Finance, Tome Koutsantonis, said: "That experience will serve Super SA well as it continues to grow and perform strongly on behalf of its members".

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"I congratulate Ms Hurley and Mr Dennis on their appointments," he said.

Dennis has 35 years' experience as a legal practitioner and retired in 2015. He will fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Don Farrell after his successful standing for the Senate at the Federal Election.

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