Open Oakden hearings blocked

State Liberal Leader Steven Marshall has slammed a culture of secrecy that saw the Weatherill Labor Government and the Independents block legislation to provide the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption with the power to hold public hearings into the Oakden scandal.

Lower House to vote on open Oakden hearings

Legislation to provide the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption with the power to hold public hearings into the Oakden scandal returns to the Lower House of State Parliament this morning.

State Parliament votes on open Oakden hearings

State Parliament’s Upper House has today passed legislation to provide the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption with the power to hold public hearings into maladministration in public.

Welcome news for Whyalla

The State Liberals have welcomed today’s announcement of an agreement to sell the Arrium companies, including its Whyalla operations, to GFG Alliance (Liberty House).

Liberals will block Weatherill’s toxic tax

The State Liberals will block the Weatherill Labor Government’s job destroying state bank tax.

State Budget Debate

State Liberal Leader Steven Marshall has agreed to Premier Jay Weatherill’s call for a short radio debate regarding the State Budget and issued his own challenge for the Premier to participate in an extended State Budget Debate.

SA regions let down in supposed ‘jobs’ budget

In an all too familiar story in South Australia, the Weatherill Labor Government has let down the regions in the 2017-18 State Budget.

Budget’s jobs blackhole

With 150,000 South Australians looking for full-time or part-time work the Weatherill Labor Government will deliver just 8000 jobs during the next 12 months with its disastrous 1 per cent rate of job creation.

Missed opportunity not a ‘jobs budget’

The State Budget confirms the Weatherill Labor Government will deliver a miserable 1 per cent rate of job creation, the lowest in the nation and half the rate of Victoria.

Labor not up to the job

The State Liberals are demanding the Weatherill Government deliver meaningful household and business taxation relief in tomorrow’s State Budget to help tackle South Australia’s unemployment crisis.