Shamed Weatherill must resign

The State Liberals are calling for Jay Weatherill to resign after the ICAC Commissioner Bruce Lander found elderly patients at Oakden: were obliged to live in a facility which could only be described as a disgrace, and in which they received very poor care.

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D-Day for Jay

Good governments have nothing to hide.” – Jay Weatherill

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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.

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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’.

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Shining a light on Weatherill’s failure

The State Liberals have launched a stinging attack on Premier Jay Weatherill’s handling of the Oakden scandal.

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Serious allegations against Labor must be addressed

Jay Weatherill and Tom Koutsantonis must today come forward and address serious allegations that the State Labor Government manipulated tender processes as political retribution against businesses opposed to the state bank tax.

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Xenophon puts his Party before SA’s future

Nick Xenophon continues to do “…what is best for the campaign, the candidates and for SA Best…” instead of what’s best for South Australia.

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Nick Xenophon not doing what is best for SA

Today’s admission on radio from Nick Xenophon that he is doing “…what is best for the campaign, the candidates and for SA Best…” is a damning indictment on him and a SA Best party fuelled by self-interest.

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No Ideas Nick

The State Liberals are demanding Nick Xenophon keeps his word and begins releasing his  policies and costings on job creation, electricity, cost of living, education, poker machines, local government, law and order, primary industries, regional development, transport, housing, disabilities,trade, fisheries, tourism, corrections, women, ageing, the environment, manufacturing, mineral resources, mental health and health.

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ALP’s ‘factional buffoonery’ aired in public

Senior Labor factional player and Federal MP Mark Butler has today taken a swipe at his own colleagues, highlighting that SA Labor MPs are more interested in their own jobs than the futures of South Australians.

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