31 Jan 2018

Council rates shock

A 37 per cent jump in this year’s Adelaide City Council electricity bills will ultimately be paid for by ratepayers and highlights the importance of the State Liberals plan to reduce electricity prices.

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30 Jan 2018

Labor fails health report card

The latest national health data released today shows that Labor’s Transforming Health plan has severely damaged health services in the State.

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29 Jan 2018

Scorching electricity prices

Analysis of AEMO data has confirmed South Australian wholesale spot electricity prices this January are double what they were in January 2017.

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29 Jan 2018

Nick Xenophon not doing what is best for SA

Today’s admission on radio from Nick Xenophon that he is doing “…what is best for the campaign, the candidates and for SA Best…” is a damning indictment on him and a SA Best party fuelled by self-interest.

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29 Jan 2018

SA drops another rung on the economic ladder

In another blow to the Weatherill Government’s economic credentials South Australia has fallen below Tasmania in the CommSec State of the States January 2018 Report released today.

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29 Jan 2018

Back to school

As South Australian students return to school today, the State Liberals have restated their positive plans for the state's education system.

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29 Jan 2018

Improving the highway to heaven

The State Liberals have promised that an overpass at the Copper Coast Highway and Augusta Highway intersection is just the first instalment of a long-term plan to upgrade the road connections to the Yorke Peninsula and the Mid North.

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29 Jan 2018

Innes National Park, the jewel in the crown

If elected in March a Marshall Liberal Government will unlock nature based tourism opportunities in Innes National Park on Yorke Peninsula by allowing the development of accommodation services.

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29 Jan 2018

Cutting out crash corner at Port Wakefield

The State Liberals have pledged a $12.1 million investment to end traffic bottlenecks and reduce road accidents at the notorious Copper Coast Highway and Augusta Highway intersection north of Port Wakefield.

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29 Jan 2018

The world is our oyster

If elected in March a Marshall Liberal Government will reform the structure of aquaculture leases in a bid to treble the $908 million industry and create new jobs.

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