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Media Releases


Weatherill’s faux apology

9 August, 2016

The real Jay Weatherill was exposed this morning when he told ABC radio that his policy settings in child protection had been right all along and it’s just the implementation that has failed. full article as a pdf

Weatherill hides Royal Commission’s finding into child protection

6 August, 2016

The State Liberals have accused the Premier Jay Weatherill of playing politics with child protection after he decided to withhold the findings of the Royal Commission into the safety and welfare of at risk children. full article as a pdf

Labor backs down on drug dealer asset law

4 August, 2016

The Weatherill Labor Government has finally accepted that the asset confiscation and exemption process for convicted drug offenders is to be undertaken by a court and not by an unreviewable decision of DPP. full article as a pdf

More than 120 brave locals battled rain-storm to attend Public Meeting at Uraidla

28 July, 2016

Last night more than 120 locals attended a public meeting at the Uraidla Football Club, convened by local state member Vickie Chapman MP. The meeting was convened as a result of the expressed concerns from the community about the new Air Quality policy introduced by the State government, this year’s NRM levy charges and an update from the State Budget on waste full article as a pdf

Liberals support aged care surveillance

26 July, 2016

The State Liberals support introducing surveillance of aged care facilities and are calling for legislation to enable this to occur to be debated as soon as possible. full article as a pdf

Police station closures a crime against public safety

13 July, 2016

A surge in the number of South Australians violently assaulted in 2015 highlights the importance of maintaining a strong network of local police stations as a safe refuge. full article as a pdf

Families SA involvement with Hillier tragedy must be examined now

8 June, 2016

The State Liberals believe the Weatherill Government’s refusal to investigate the role Families SA played in the lead up to the Hillier tragedy is potentially putting other vulnerable children at risk. full article as a pdf

Secret Plaza Development

26 May, 2016

Today the Weatherill Labor Government has announced tenders to progress the first stage of the Festival Plaza Development now that they have reached “agreement” with the other parties. full article as a pdf

“Mr Sneaky” does it again

6 May, 2016

The Weatherill Labor Government is trying to sneakily sell off the Land Services Division. full article as a pdf

Festival Plaza redevelopment must use Australian steel

26 April, 2016

The State Liberals have called on the Weatherill Labor Government to require the use of Australian steel in the highly anticipated Festival Plaza redevelopment. full article as a pdf

Secret letter from Walker to Rau to be released

20 April, 2016

State Ombudsman Wayne Lines has told the State Government to release a secret letter from property developer Walker Corp to Attorney-General John Rau regarding the controversial Festival Plaza development. full article as a pdf

Controlling sex offenders

18 April, 2016

The State Liberals have welcomed the decision by the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions to appeal Gavin Schuster’s release from custody into a care facility near children’s playgrounds in Adelaide’s northern suburbs. full article as a pdf

Libs want Bank Street parklets removed immediately

18 April, 2016

The State Liberals are calling on the State Government and Adelaide City Council to immediately remove the Bank Street parklets. full article as a pdf

Is Walker walking away from Festival Plaza upgrade?

24 March, 2016

The State Liberals are demanding the Weatherill Labor Government explain when the highly anticipated upgrade of Festival Plaza will commence. full article as a pdf

Desal plant anniversary nothing to celebrate

24 March, 2016

This weekend marks the third anniversary of the opening of Adelaide’s $2.2 billion desalination plant. full article as a pdf
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