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Light armoured vests to protect police

The State Liberals will initiate a trial of the effectiveness and suitability of light armoured vests to protect front-line police officers from knife attacks if successful at next year’s state election.

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Action on Cardiac Services at TQEH

The State Liberals today announced a $6.5 million investment to secure cardiac services at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

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Liberal Energy Solution

State Liberal Leader Steven Marshall today announced a plan to slash household and business electricity bills by hundreds of dollars per year and prevent blackouts.

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Drive safely this long weekend

State Liberal Leader Steven Marshall is urging all drivers hitting the road this long weekend to drive safely, especially those making the long haul to the MCG to watch the Adelaide Crows play in the AFL Grand Final.

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SA in the slow lane on population growth

Today’s Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data on population growth shows South Australia’s rate is falling whilst the rest of the country continues to grow strongly.

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Saving Modbury Hospital

The State Liberals have committed $20 million to the restoration of critical services and surgical capacity at the Modbury Hospital as a first step to undoing the damage inflicted on the hospital by Labor’s budget cuts.

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Weatherill’s billion dollar black-hole

The collapse of the Weatherill Government’s development plans for the old Royal Adelaide Hospital will again see taxpayers out of pocket as this incompetent government limps from one economic failure to another.

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SA Health needs a single, accountable Minister

The State Liberals are demanding that Premier Jay Weatherill consolidate the Health, Mental Health and Ageing portfolios into one Ministry in today’s Cabinet reshuffle.

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Borderline Personality Disorder

The State Liberals will assist South Australians struggling with borderline personality disorder (BPD) by establishing a specialist statewide BPD Service if elected to office in March 2018.

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ESL bills hitting letterboxes

The State Liberals’ commitment to cut the Emergency Services Levy (ESL) tax by $360 million over four years could not come soon enough for South Australians receiving their massive ESL bills this week.

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