O’Brien resigns from Cabinet following explosive Labor division and disunity

Labor’s deep division and disunity has continued with Minister O’Brien resigning from Premier Weatherill’s Cabinet, following today’s explosive division and disunity that has left Mr Weatherill’s now besieged leadership in turmoil. Mr O’Brien was the Minister for Finance, Police, Correctional Services, Emergency Services and Road Safety. It is clear that Mr O’Brien has decided that…

“Thermo-nuclear” Labor division and disunity

Labor’s factional faceless man, Senator Don Farrell, has today exposed the deep divisions and disunity in a dysfunctional South Australian Labor Party that has lost the right to govern South Australia. The explosion of “thermo-nuclear” Labor division and disunity has left Premier Weatherill’s already embattled leadership in turmoil. “Labor powerbroker Don Farrell’s decision to announce…

Marshall promises PATS funding boost

State Liberal Leader Steven Marshall has today committed to increasing annual funding to the Patient Assistance Transport Scheme (PATS) by at least $1 million per year from 2014-15. The State Liberals would release the exact funding increase during the election campaign when final costing details have been completed. “The State Liberals understand that this is…

Dangerous overcrowding levels in EDs

Information from Labor’s hospital dashboard system today revealed that Emergency Departments across Adelaide were heading towards dangerous levels of overcrowding. For the majority of today, the Emergency Departments at the Lyell McEwin Hospital, Modbury Hospital, Flinders Medical Centre and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital were all over capacity. As at 2:00 this afternoon, the average waiting…

Dangerous overcrowding levels in EDs

Information from Labor’s hospital dashboard system today revealed that Emergency Departments across Adelaide were heading towards dangerous levels of overcrowding. For the majority of today, the Emergency Departments at the Lyell McEwin Hospital, Modbury Hospital, Flinders Medical Centre and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital were all over capacity. As at 2:00 this afternoon, the average waiting…