Growing our food producers

A Marshall Liberal Government will put four million dollars on the table to grow our food sector, enhancing access to new markets and boosting the industry’s capacity for job creation.

Xenophon’s plan to sell Labor’s expensive electricity

Nick Xenophon’s SA Best’s energy policy is nothing more than a shopfront to sell the Weatherill Government’s sky high electricity to struggling South Australian families and businesses.

Fighting for defence jobs

A Marshall Liberal Government will be fighting to secure a greater range of defence industry export opportunities for South Australia businesses if successful at the coming state election.

Ramping puts pressure on Xenophon’s health ‘policy’

Yesterday’s chaotic conditions at Adelaide Emergency Departments highlights the danger of Nick Xenophon’s promise to delay reform of South Australia’s ailing health system until after a Royal Commission.

Marshall plan to deliver defence industry workforce

A Marshall Liberal Government will ensure South Australia has the skilled workforce required to fully capitalise on the Federal Government’s $90 billion investment in naval shipbuilding.

Labor’s secret state

The State Liberals are demanding the Weatherill Government releases the $150,000 report it has commissioned from the Nous Group into the TAFE scandal before the state election.

Liberals will stop councils gouging ratepayers

In addition to capping council rates, a Marshall Liberal Government will restrict increases for local government fees and charges to reduce rising cost of living pressures on South Australian households and businesses.

No pokies no more

The State Liberals have described Nick Xenophon’s startling backflip on eradicating poker machines in South Australia as the most damaging change of policy since Labor broke its promise to ‘never, ever close the Repat’.

Completing the North-South Corridor

The State Liberals will develop a detailed business case for all incomplete sections of the North-South Corridor by the end of this year, if successful at the March state election.

It’s a two billion dollar hoax folks

The State Liberals have dismissed the Labor Party’s promised $2 billion investment in port, road and rail infrastructure as yet another cynical election ploy from a tired, arrogant Government that should be judged on its failed record.