Mr Sneaky is at it again

Attorney-General John Rau has done it again and extended South Australia’s mantle as the “Secret State”.

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Housing approvals decline by 7.5 per cent over past 12 months

The latest Australian Bureau Statistics data reveals that the number of houses approved in South Australia declined by 7.5 per cent over the last 12 months.

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Gillman land deal – still no answers or money

In State Parliament yesterday the Minister for Housing and Urban Development, Stephen Mullighan, was unable to shed any light on the Weatherill Labor Government’s controversial Gillman land deal contract.

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Long wait for Statement of Principles

State Parliament will today finally debate a motion to introduce a Statement of Principles for Members of Parliament.

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Labor drags its heels on new investment agency

The State Liberals have accused the Weatherill Labor Government of dragging its heels over the creation of the new Investment Attraction Agency.

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Weatherill’s disingenuous cross-bench claims

Premier Weatherill’s claims that he is working to “reset the relationship” with the cross-benchers is completely disingenuous.

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SA Housing approvals continue to fall under Labor

The latest Australian Bureau Statistics data reveals that the number of houses approved in South Australia declined by almost 10 per cent over the last 12 months.

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Court buildings in desperate need of an upgrade

Heavy rain in Adelaide has caused further damage to Adelaide’s already crumbling Supreme Court building, causing one Supreme Court Judge and three associates to be relocated. 

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South Australia’s building industry heads south

The Housing Industry Association’s (HIA) bi-annual Housing Scorecard report for 2014/15 contains yet more bad news for the housing industry and job seekers in South Australia.

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Labor policy generates higher electricity prices

The State Labor Government’s headlong rush into renewable energy has precipitated South Australia’s energy crisis that will drive up the price of electricity for households and business and drive down the number of jobs created by our ailing economy.

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