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.
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.
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.
The Marshall Liberal Team welcomes today’s signing of a $700 million contract to fit combat systems into the Future Submarines, in another boost to the defence sector in SA.
The State Liberals have strengthened their commitment to retain the Repat Hospital site as a health precinct with a plan to reopen operating theatres on the site for colonoscopies, urology, and orthopaedics.
The State Liberals are demanding Nick Xenophon keeps his word and begins releasing his policies and costings on job creation, electricity, cost of living, education, poker machines, local government, law and order, primary industries, regional development, transport, housing, disabilities, trade, fisheries, tourism, corrections, women, ageing, the environment, manufacturing, mineral resources, mental health and health.
If elected in March a Marshall Liberal Government will assist ex-service personnel and veterans transition into new jobs created by the Federal Government’s $90 billion investment in naval ship building projects.
Senior Labor factional player and Federal MP Mark Butler has today taken a swipe at his own colleagues, highlighting that SA Labor MPs are more interested in their own jobs than the futures of South Australians.
Marion Mayor Kris Hanna’s decision to run for SA Best in the seat of Gibson at the March state election confirms SA Best is a party of political opportunists who can’t be trusted.
Jay Weatherill will return to the scene of his most economically damaging failure when he visits Port Augusta today.