22 Jan 2018

Saving South Australia’s beaches

If elected in March a Marshall Liberal Government will invest $4 million in measures to protect South Australia’s unique coastline and improve water quality in Gulf St Vincent.

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22 Jan 2018

Rec fishers to hook up more under Marshall plan

If elected in March a Marshall Liberal Government will spend $1.2 million building three new artificial reefs along Adelaide’s metropolitan coastline to create more opportunities for South Australia’s 277,000 recreational fishers.

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20 Jan 2018

Libs will ‘pave Paradise and put up a parking lot’

The State Liberals will today unveil plans for a new $7.5 million park ‘n’ ride at the Paradise Interchange, which will provide over 300 additional car parks for O-Bahn passengers.

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19 Jan 2018

Prescribing a safer system for pharmaceuticals

The State Liberals are committing $7 million to stem the growing tide of abuse of pharmaceutical drugs in South Australia by implementing real-time prescription monitoring (RTPM).

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18 Jan 2018

Turning around the economy is a full-time job

The State Liberals are very concerned about the fall in full-time jobs in South Australia during the last month.

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18 Jan 2018

$10 million fix for mobile phone black spots

If elected in March 2018 a Marshall Liberal Government will invest $10 million to fix the worst mobile black spots across regional South Australia.

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17 Jan 2018

Ban on government’s political ads starts today

The Weatherill Labor Government will be forced to go cold turkey on taxpayer funded political advertisements from today, as the moratorium on government ads has been brought forward by a month ahead of the state election.

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17 Jan 2018

Labor’s F for fail on emergency services

The State Liberals have slammed the Weatherill Government’s pathetic commitment to look at finding a new home for South Australia’s State Control Centre sometime in the future.

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17 Jan 2018

Keeping our children safe from bullying

The State Liberals today unveiled a package of measures to tackle bullying in schools, including replacing the controversial Safe Schools program with a broad evidence-based anti-bullying program with particular focus on stopping online bullying.

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17 Jan 2018

$500,000 investment for vital McLaren Vale Hospital

The State Liberals have pledged $500,000 to the McLaren Vale and Districts War Memorial Hospital, as Adelaide’s southern hospitals struggle to cope in the wake of Labor’s disastrous Transforming Health changes.

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