Taxpayers fund Labor’s re-election campaign

The State Liberals are demanding the Labor Party not taxpayers foot the bill for Jay Weatherill’s $500,000 advertising splurge on his electricity fix.

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SA Chief Judge slams court facilities

State Liberals are again calling on the Weatherill Labor Government to revisit their plans for a new court precinct after scathing criticism by the Chief Justice Chris Kourakis of the conditions of courts.

In the Annual Report on the Courts Administration Authority, tabled in Parliament this week, the Chief Justice described the condition of the courts as a “serious concern”.

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Fighting the growing ice epidemic

The State Liberals have attacked the Weatherill Government for blocking legislation that would have allowed parents, police and child protection officers to apply to a court for mandatory treatment orders for a child addicted to illicit drugs.

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Home Detention Comes Under the Spotlight

State Liberals are calling on the Weatherill Government to tighten the rules around home
detention for prisoners when Parliament resumes next week.

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Bus Loops Crushed for Crush '17

Member for Bragg, Vickie Chapman MP, has raised serious concerns around the lack of
public transport in the Adelaide Hills for this weekend’s Crush Festival.

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Another three months of secrecy

The State Liberals have attacked the Weatherill Government for delaying the passage of the Public
Interest Disclosure Bill in the Legislative Council in the final sitting week of Parliament.

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Liberals push for interim home detention measures

The State Liberals are calling on Attorney-General John Rau to immediately change South
Australia’s soft home detention system instead of waiting for State Parliament to resume
next year.

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Court conduct still not a Government priority

The State Labor Government as again ignored the needs of our courts and judiciary by
voting down laws that would create a criminal offence for showing disrespectful behaviour in
South Australian Courts.

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State Administration Centre - No Money, No Date

Taxpayers have again been left wondering when $391 million will be paid to the State
Government for the sale of the State Administration Centre, with the Treasurer Tom
Koutsantonis once again postponing the settlement date.

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$12,000 bill for secret plaza papers

The State Liberals are calling upon the Government to disclose key documents following a
$12,000 bill to receive copies of correspondence between Renewal SA and the Walker
Corporation for the Festival Plaza redevelopment deal.

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