The State Liberals’ commitment to cut the Emergency Services Levy (ESL) tax by $360 million over four years could not come soon enough for South Australians receiving their massive ESL bills this week.
Data released today by the National Centre for Vocational Educational Research (NCVER) has revealed that the number of South Australian students commencing or currently in vocational training has fallen by more than twice the national average.
If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will take action to guarantee the Repat Hospital site remains a health care precinct.
The latest Australian Energy Regulator statistics paint a bleak picture for thousands of South Australian families struggling to cope with the highest power prices in the country.
The State Liberals have called on the Weatherill Labor Government to reverse funding cuts to South Australian legal centres, which provide advocacy and advice to members of the community.
The State Liberals have condemned the Weatherill Government for blocking legislation to enable ICAC Commissioner Bruce Lander to conduct hearings into the Oakden scandal in public.
Shadow Treasurer Rob Lucas said today both SA Water and the Courts Administration Authority have expressed concerns about possible cost increases from the Weatherill Government’s decision to transfer responsibility for managing workers’ compensation claims to ReturnToWorkSA.
Embattled Labor Minister Leesa Vlahos has admitted to State Parliament that her only discussion with the Mental Health Commissioner about the damning Oakden Report occurred at Bunnings.
The State Liberals have committed $12.8 million in funding to open new trade offices in Japan, Malaysia, Dubai and the United States to improve South Australia’s export performance if elected at the March 2018 election.
Embattled Minister Leesa Vlahos is more interested in booking in leave for next year than taking responsibility for the Oakden scandal.