The Future of NRM in South Australia

We want your feedback on how best to reform our State’s Natural Resources Management (NRM) system if the Liberal Party is elected in March 2018.

Axe falls on full-time jobs in SA

Today’s jump in seasonally adjusted unemployment to 6.6 per cent highlights the ongoing failure of the South Australian economy under the Weatherill Government.

Dead phone battery set to be a thing of the past

The State Liberals have today announced a $100,000 commitment to install mobile phone charging units at train stations across metropolitan Adelaide.

Weatherill’s race against time

The State Liberals are deeply skeptical that the Weatherill Government will deliver the component parts of its electricity plan within the timeframe or the $550 million budget it has outlined.

Jay’s green credentials burned by diesel generators

The State Liberals say Jay Weatherill’s plan to use large, expensive diesel generators in South Australia next summer will be paid for by South Australian taxpayers or electricity consumers.

Weatherill’s $550 million electricity tax

Today Jay Weatherill has conceded that 15 years of failed Labor power policies will cost taxpayers more than half a billion dollars.

Labor focused on finding jobs for Labor mates

At a time when South Australia is facing a jobs crisis, sadly it appears the Weatherill Labor Government is more interested in finding jobs for Labor mates.

Child Protection Committee Hearing

A number of prominent critics of the Weatherill Government’s stalled child protection legislation will appear before a State Parliament Committee today.

Transition plan critical to patient safety

With Technical Completion of the new Royal Adelaide Hospital rumoured to be days away the State Liberals are calling on the Health Minister Jack Snelling to release his strategy for the move from the current RAH to the new RAH

EDB’s expensive advice

The State Liberals are demanding the Premier Jay Weatherill details the costs of a range of options for intervening in the electricity market outlined by Economic Development Board (EDB) to a Parliamentary committee.