Has SA-BEST senate staffer resigned yet?

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

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Change of government to bring end to culture of secrecy

In his first public statement as Premier, Jay Weatherill said ‘we want to present a government that is open and accountable’.

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Liberals secure constitutional reform on Electoral Boundaries

Liberal legislation to improve the operation of the South Australian Constitution has passed State Parliament.

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Dodgy dirty diesel deal remains secret

The Weatherill Government’s contempt for South Australians was on full display in Parliament today as Labor refused to release secret evidence regarding the full cost and contractual arrangements for their diesel generators.

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Diesel generators secret evidence should be made public

The State Liberals are demanding the Weatherill Labor Government releases secret evidence regarding the diesel generators previously provided to Parliament’s Public Works Committee.

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Jay’s prime-time TV splurge goes on

The Weatherill Government has blocked legislation to strictly control taxpayer funded advertising and prevent state governments from abusing public money for political purposes.

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Special investigator to examine diesel deal

The State Liberals will appoint a Special Investigator to examine the Weatherill Government’s energy scandal including their decision to acquire 270 megawatts of dirty diesel generation on hire-purchase.

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Stamping out domestic violence

If elected in March 2018 a Marshall Liberal Government will develop a personal protection app to help protect victims of domestic violence in South Australia.

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Oakden hearings in secret, as open Senate inquiry continues

ICAC hearings into the Oakden scandal remain shrouded in secrecy, in stark contrast to the public hearing of the Senate inquiry into Aged Care in Adelaide today.

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Backflip Nick dumps ratepayers

Nick Xenophon’s backflip on council rate capping raises further doubts as to what the former Federal Senator stands for and whether he can be trusted to keep his word.

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