Premier Steven Marshall has congratulated the sixteen award winners of the Governor’s Multicultural Award ceremony held this morning.
Premier Steven Marshall has today welcomed Hon Dennis Hood MLC as a member of the Parliamentary Liberal Party.
The incoming Marshall Government has been informed by SA Health that the new Royal Adelaide
Hospital’s Resuscitation/Trauma Rooms are not fit for purpose creating risks to patient outcomes
and staff safety.
Labor Leader in waiting Peter Malinauskas has serious questions to answer about his failure to
release an essential safety report into the new Royal Adelaide Hospital prior to the state election.
The Premier will today meet with community members and businesses in the Barossa region to reaffirm the new Government’s commitment to reinvigorating SA’s regions.
Today’s trip to the Barossa will be the Premier’s first regional visit since the swearing in of the new Cabinet, with support for our regions a key focus of every member of the Marshall Government
On his first day in the job, Health Minister Stephen Wade has honoured a key Liberal election commitment by releasing the Accreditation Report into the new Royal Adelaide Hospital that the former Labor Government refused to release during the election campaign.
Received by SA Health on 5 March, the report directly relates to the safety of the Central Adelaide Local Health Network (CALHN), including the new Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Premier Steven Marshall’s full Cabinet has today been sworn in at Government House by South Australian Governor Hieu Van Le.
State Liberal Leader Steven Marshall will spend the final day of the election campaign on the shop floor of a range of South Australian businesses in his push to secure a majority Liberal Government.
Shadow Treasurer Rob Lucas said today that a Marshall Liberal Government would not be matching more than $2 billion of reckless spending promises made by Premier Weatherill and Treasurer Koutsantonis.
Sadly for South Australia Mr. Weatherill and Mr. Koutsantonis have been throwing money around like drunken sailors on shore leave.
The State Liberals will end the practice of Government Ministers having long boozy lunches at the taxpayers’ expense with a strict new policy on who pays for alcohol consumed by Ministers, their staff and guests.