Nick Xenophon not doing what is best for SA

Today’s admission on radio from Nick Xenophon that he is doing “…what is best for the campaign, the candidates and for SA Best…” is a damning indictment on him and a SA Best party fuelled by self-interest.

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No Ideas Nick

The State Liberals are demanding Nick Xenophon keeps his word and begins releasing his  policies and costings on job creation, electricity, cost of living, education, poker machines, local government, law and order, primary industries, regional development, transport, housing, disabilities,trade, fisheries, tourism, corrections, women, ageing, the environment, manufacturing, mineral resources, mental health and health.

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ALP’s ‘factional buffoonery’ aired in public

Senior Labor factional player and Federal MP Mark Butler has today taken a swipe at his own colleagues, highlighting that SA Labor MPs are more interested in their own jobs than the futures of South Australians.

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Kris Hanna’s 4th political fling

Marion Mayor Kris Hanna’s decision to run for SA Best in the seat of Gibson at the March state election confirms SA Best is a party of political opportunists who can’t be trusted.

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Weatherill needs to man up

The State Liberals are demanding Premier Jay Weatherill reverses his decision to squib the Property Council debate in the lead up to the State election.

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Nick Xenophon is focused on himself, not SA’s future

While Nick Xenophon has spent the entire week talking about himself, the Marshall Liberal Team has released several important policies to improve the lives of South Australians.

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Plaza FOI documents still sitting on a desk

Following yesterday’s appearance of the Auditor-General before Parliament’s Budget and Finance Committee the State Liberals have renewed calls for the Weatherill Government to release critical documents related to the Walker Corporations Festival Plaza redevelopment.

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Has SA-BEST senate staffer resigned yet? 2.0

SA-BEST senate staffer Nick Xenophon publicly stated three weeks ago that he would resign from his taxpayer funded job in ‘a couple of weeks’.

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TAFE scandal deepens

The revelation that the Weatherill Government was warned by the AMA more than two years ago that 50 per cent of TAFE SA aged care students needed upskilling and were unemployable is further evidence of maladministration at the highest level of this Labor Government.

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Recall Parliament to examine TAFE disaster

The State Liberals are demanding that Speaker Michael Atkinson recall State Parliament in order to enable a thorough examination of the TAFE SA scandal.

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