More suburban police stations are going to be cut by the Weatherill Labor Government! It's the last thing we need in Adelaide. See how it will affect you.
In 2010, SA Labor promised they would deliver 100,000 new jobs by 2016 for South Australians. The time has now passed and less than fewer than 9,500 jobs were created. Do you trust Jay Weatherill with SA's economy?
Jay Weatherill has a sneaky plan to increase taxes in South Australia. Labor are so desperate for money, they want South Australians to pay more! Which taxes will Labor target next?
Remember that new 'AmBus' Labor were raving about? Here are a few facts which Jay Weatherill and Labor forgot to mention:
- The bus can't physically access hospital emergency departments
- Ambulance officers can't drive the bus without getting a truck licence
- It has a very limited use
- Ambulance Employees Association state secretary Phil Palmer said the union had not been consulted over the purchase, and that the bus is a 'white elephant'
South Australia is in trouble. We are in the midst of a dangerous jobs crisis. We have the highest unemployment rate in the entire nation. Our population growth is half the national average. Our economy has ground to a halt after 13 years of Labor mismanagement.
The Weatherill Labor Government has let down South Australia by failing to provide a comprehensive jobs creation package in its State Budget, at a time when our State has the highest unemployment rate in the nation.
It's National Road Safety Week and this year's focus is on children and young people. Last year, 108 people died on South Australian roads. Let's raise awareness about road safety and save innocent lives being lost.
This year marks the centenary of when the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps landed on the Gallipoli Peninsula.
State Liberal Leader Steven Marshall says it's an important date in our Nation's history, and it's a time when we pause to remember the brave servicemen and women who have fought for our freedoms and in many cases, paid the ultimate sacrifice.
Thousands of South Australians voiced their concerns about the Weatherill Labor Government's plans to close hospitals and downgrade vital emergency departments. But the Premier and Health Minister Jack Snelling have confirmed that they will push ahead with devastating cuts to SA's health system.