Port Adelaide for sale...again

The Weatherill Labor Government has announcement a list of “Development Opportunities” that they may release within the “next year”, which includes Port Adelaide – again.

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What’s next for the north-south corridor?

The State and Federal governments have today announced the successful tenderer and extension to the Torrens to Torrens project, but the State Liberals want to know what’s happening next for the entire north-south corridor.

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Riverbank Development

The State Liberals are broadly supportive of development in the Riverbank precinct.

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Protecting Ministers before Children

Premier Jay Weatherill’s decision to maintain 14 ministerial offices as South Australia sinks further into debt a daily basis highlights just how addicted to spending this Labor Government is.

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Labor must release Gillman contract

The State Liberals are calling on the Weatherill Labor Government to release the Gillman land contract now that the first parcel of land has been sold.

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Community revolt on court closure

Almost 1000 residents have petitioned the Weatherill Labor Government to reverse the decision to close the Port Adelaide Magistrates Court due to the proposals ‘overwhelmingly negative impact on the community’.

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ICAC secrecy changes

The State Liberals have welcomed the announcement that legislation will be introduced to State Parliament that partially lifts the veil of secrecy over the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption.

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Liberals introduce amendments to protect emergency service workers

The State Liberals have introduced amendments in Parliament to extend protections in the Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) (Blood Testing) Amendment Bill to all emergency services workers.

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Court closures will increase waiting times

The Weatherill Labor Government’s decision to close the Holden Hill, Mount Barker, Port Adelaide and Tanunda Magistrates Courts will inconvenience the public and delay victims’ access to justice.

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One month grace period should apply to motorists

The State Liberals have called on Police Minister Tony Piccolo to intervene to ensure the issuing of cautions for truck drivers adjusting to new speed limits on the South-East Freeway is extended to all vehicles travelling on the road.

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