Premier Jay Weatherill and Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis have delivered a disastrous budget for all South Australians.
Labor has settled and announced they will be creating even fewer jobs than they forecast last year.
Unemployment has hit a whopping 7.6% and Labor has not taken the opportunity to address the jobs crisis.
The ESL will be increased again. The Repat will be closed, and other hospitals will be downgraded.
State debt is growing, there are no new infrastructure investments, and state owned assets are being sold off.Read more
Mr WINGARD ( Mitchell ) ( 14:21 ): I appreciate the minister giving us figures, which we have been looking for for a while, of $200 million for the overpass, which is the first time that figure has been bandied around. Given that the pictures showed rail over road, is it still the intention of the government to put rail over road?Read more
Mr WINGARD ( Mitchell ) ( 14:17 ): My question is also to the Minister for Transport. Given the government spent $2 million on a study, drawings of the train overpass at the Oaklands crossing, when does the government plan to begin work on this project?Read more
It was shattering to see the latest unemployment figures released in recent days.Read more
It was great to have the opportunity to talk about some of the brilliant people who do the hard work and support the sporting clubs in our community (sorry I couldn't mention everyone!!).Read more
Thank you to everyone who came to the follow up community meeting regarding the noise wall in Sturt and Darlington and to everyone who could not attend but who provided feedback. At the meeting, the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) presented computer generated images of what a Colourbond fence would look like to cover the ‘rusty looking’ façade of the noise wall.Read more
After writing to Kris Hanna, Mayor of Marion Council, about the Fix Oaklands Crossing campaign noting his commitment of support during the 2015 Oaklands Crossing Forum we received the following letter.Read more
Monday, 15 June 2015
South Australian commuters should prepare themselves for chaos on the transport network as tram drivers go on strike today.Read more
Thursday 4 June, 2015
Driver training now under threat due to Labor Government cuts.Read more