New Commissioner for Victims’ Rights appointed

The Marshall Liberal Government has announced the appointment of a new Commissioner for Victims’ Rights.

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Open hearings for ICAC

The Marshall Liberal Government has fulfilled a principal pledge of its election platform with the introduction of a Bill enabling the ICAC Commissioner to conduct hearings into serious or systemic misconduct and maladministration in public.

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Carly’s Law

The Marshall Liberal Government is introducing legislation to protect young people from online adult predators who lie about their age as part of a plan to meet the child or commit a criminal offence against the child.

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Shielding the public interest

The Marshall Liberal Government is introducing legislation to enable journalists to protect the identity of confidential sources when the information they are disclosing is in the public interest.

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Government welcomes DPP appeal

The Attorney-General Vickie Chapman has welcomed the Director of Public Prosecutions’ (DPP) decision to appeal the Supreme Court decision to release Colin Humphrys.

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Investigating Labor’s deal for the diesel generators

The Attorney-General Vickie Chapman has appointed Mark Livesey QC to the role of Special Investigator to examine the former Labor Government’s procurement of nine diesel generators as part of its failed energy plan.

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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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