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Malinauskas must explain project delays
03 Jun 2022

Malinauskas must explain project delays

Project delays and cost blowouts have become the hallmark of the Malinauskas Labor Government’s first Budget with major build setbacks, including a key health election promise.

Jobs growth flatline the centrepiece of Malinauskas’ beginner Budget
02 Jun 2022

Jobs growth flatline the centrepiece of Malinauskas’ beginner Budget

Local jobs growth will be on life support under the Malinauskas Labor Government while South Australians have been left to struggle against intense cost of living pressures by themselves. …
SA Liberals introduce net zero legislation
02 Jun 2022

SA Liberals introduce net zero legislation

The South Australian Liberal Party has introduced legislation to transform the South Australian economy to net zero emissions by 2050, and to 50 per cent by 2030.

Billion-dollar buck ends with Koutsantonis and his costly captain’s call
01 Jun 2022

Billion-dollar buck ends with Koutsantonis and his costly captain’s call

In a damning discovery on the eve of delivering its first budget, the Malinauskas Labor Government has been caught out red-handed siphoning a billion dollars from the most important infrastructure project in state history to prop up its lofty election commitments.

Labor and the Greens vote down practical climate change action
01 Jun 2022

Labor and the Greens vote down practical climate change action

Labor and the Greens have joined forces in South Australian Parliament yesterday evening to vote down practical climate change action.

Visiting the Eyre Peninsula
26 May 2022

Visiting the Eyre Peninsula

A great trip to the amazing Eyre Peninsula, an environmental gem and an economic powerhouse. I’ve spent the last couple of days connecting with local people, councils, businesses and other …
One month in!
19 May 2022

One month in!

Wow! It’s been a month since I became Leader of the South Australian Liberal Party. It’s been a big month, but we’ve hit the ground running, listening, learning and carefully …
Major disaster for Majors Road and Glenthorne National Park
15 May 2022

Major disaster for Majors Road and Glenthorne National Park

A new campaign against an on/off ramp at Majors Road has been launched today to rally against a project which would cut through the heart of Glenthorne National Park – felling hundreds of trees – all for next to no community or economic benefit.

Labor’s fantasy ignores economic reality
12 May 2022

Labor’s fantasy ignores economic reality

The Malinauskas Labor Government is just three weeks out from handing down its first budget, but there are serious doubts over how they will deliver more than $3 billion in promises based on pre-election costings.

Labor must reveal plan to save West Beach
06 May 2022

Labor must reveal plan to save West Beach

The Malinauskas Labor Government must reveal what its long-term plan to manage sand on Adelaide’s coastline is or it risks seeing West Beach disappear again, just like it did when they were last in government.