Vickie Chapman MP, Member for Bragg

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Media Releases

 

Unpaid Victims of Crimes levies skyrocket

3 December, 2015

The value of unpaid Victims of Crime levies has skyrocketed by almost $14 million in one year, according to Freedom of Information documents obtained by the State Liberals. ...download full article as a pdf

Liberals’ shield laws passed by Legislative Council

3 December, 2015

The State Liberals’ shield laws allowing journalists to legally protect their sources passed the Legislative Council yesterday. ...download full article as a pdf

SA Labor admits steel failure

25 November, 2015

The Weatherill Labor Government has been acutely embarrassed by the revelation that State Government projects have been using imported steel that may not meet Australian Standards. ...download full article as a pdf

Liberals will work with the Government of Clare's Law

25 November, 2015

The State Liberals are committed to working with the Weatherill Labor Government on developing a model of Clare’s Law for South Australia. ...download full article as a pdf

Liberals introduce legislation to strengthen ICAC

19 November, 2015

Shadow Attorney-General Vickie Chapman will introduce legislation to Parliament today to improve South Australia’s ICAC following recommendations from ICAC Commissioner Bruce Lander. ...download full article as a pdf

Rau claims Govt has no control of Gillman land

21 October, 2015

Despite assurances prior to the 2014 State Election that the State Government would dictate what development occurred under the Gillman land deal, the Weatherill Labor Government has given away control of the project, according to Deputy Premier John Rau. ...download full article as a pdf

Weatherill Labor Government must review Hansen's contract

18 October, 2015

The Weatherill Labor Government must review former Renewal SA Chief Executive Fred Hansen’s contract following ICAC Commissioner Lander’s findings into the Gillman land sale. ...download full article as a pdf

Weatherill Government doesn't listen to department CEOs

16 October, 2015

The Weatherill Labor Government revealed in Parliament yesterday that it does not listen to its Department CEOs. ...download full article as a pdf

Government must not hand over Gillman land until ICAC Report is public

7 September, 2015

The State Liberals are calling on the Weatherill Labor Government to not hand over land at Gillman to ACP before the ICAC Report is made public. ...download full article as a pdf

Holden Hill Magistrates Court closes today

28 August, 2015

The Holden Hill Magistrates Court will officially close its doors for the last time today. ...download full article as a pdf

Time to end ICAC secrecy

7 August, 2015

The State Liberals are calling for an end to the secrecy surrounding the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption....download full article as a pdf

Labor must establish ICAC inspector

30 June, 2015

The State Liberals are calling on the Weatherill Labor Government to establish an ICAC Inspectorate following on from the first report into the Public integrity and the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (ICAC) that was tabled today. ...download full article as a pdf

More questions than answers on Gillman land deal

25 June, 2015

With less than a week to go until the Weatherill Labor Government finalises the first stage of its Gillman land deal with Adelaide Capital Partners (ACP) and there are still more questions than answers. ...download full article as a pdf

Labor must commit to funding short-term infrastructure priorities in State Budget

15 June, 2015

The Weatherill Labor Government must commit to funding infrastructure projects that were listed as short-term priorities in the 2013 Transport Plan in this week’s State Budget. ...download full article as a pdf

Port Adelaide for sale...again

15 May, 2015

The Weatherill Labor Government has announcement a list of "Development Opportunities" that they may release within the "next year", which includes Port Adelaide – again. ...download full article as a pdf
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