Gillman land deal two year anniversary

Today marks two years since Premier Jay Weatherill signed the Gillman land deal which has failed to create a single job.

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State Liberals back PM on new terrorist laws

The State Liberals have backed Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s call for the introduction of post-sentence preventative detention laws for convicted terrorists and demanded the Weatherill Government join with them. 

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Coroner calls for extra resources to prevent suicide

The State Coroner has called for extra resources to help prevent suicide in South Australia following an increase in the rate of suicide this year.

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Liberals’ shield laws passed by Legislative Council

The State Liberals’ shield laws allowing journalists to legally protect their sources passed the Legislative Council yesterday.

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Unpaid Victims of Crimes levies skyrocket

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. 

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Liberals will work with the Government on Clare’s Law

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

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SA Labor admits steel failure

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.

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Liberals introduce legislation to strengthen ICAC

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

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Rau claims Govt has no control of Gillman land

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.

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Weatherill Labor Government must review Hansen’s contract

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.

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