Shadow Treasurer Rob Lucas said today the Weatherill Labor Government had spent $448.7 million on separation packages to reduce the number of public servants yet had actually increased the number of public servants by 3501.
The State Liberals have again criticised the Government for its mishandling of TAFE and the training sector, today highlighting data from the Auditor-General’s Report showing tens of millions of dollars spent on Targeted Voluntary Separation Packages (TVSPs) between 2012 and 2017.
The State Liberals have pledged to better coordinate public transport projects to avoid unnecessary inconvenience for commuters and cost blowouts for taxpayers if successful at the March state election.
The State Liberals are deeply concerned that yet another case of suspected child abuse and neglect has been exposed in public housing in Adelaide’s north.
The State Liberals are calling for the Weatherill Government’s dirty diesel generator deal to be brought back to the Parliamentary Public Works Committee to be scrutinised in detail now the deal is no longer commercial in confidence.
The Mid-Year Budget Review (MYBR) provides further proof that the Weatherill Labor Government has run its race and that South Australia desperately needs a change of government if we are going to pull ourselves out of Labor’s economic rut.
If elected in March 2018 a Marshall Liberal Government will bid for Adelaide to be a host port for the 2019-20 and 2021-22 editions of the Clipper Round the World Race.
The State Liberals today made a major health announcement, with an $8.7 million commitment to aged care accommodation and services in Strathalbyn and the surrounding area.
If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will reform South Australia’s Marine Scale Fish industry to unlock the industry’s potential and provide long term sustainability.
The State Liberals are demanding the Premier Jay Weatherill assumes direct responsibility for TAFE SA’s bid to provide training courses to the Federal Government’s Naval Shipbuilding College in South Australia.