South Australians to benefit from better services

The 2018-19 State Budget is investing significantly in better services in health, mental health, child protection, police and emergency services. “The State Government is investing $1.2 billion over the next four years in the key frontline service delivery portfolios of health and wellbeing, human services including the domestic violence assistance, child protection, police and emergency…

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Major $773 million investment in SA’s regions to improve services, roads and drive economic growth

South Australians living in regional communities will benefit from a major $773 million investment in hospitals, roads, schools and emergency services to help improve services, lower costs and drive economic growth and development. The 2018-19 State Budget provides $315 million over four years to upgrade regional roads and transport networks through a Regional Roads and…

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Building infrastructure to grow the SA economy

The Marshall Liberal Government’s first State Budget is investing in a comprehensive infrastructure program to ensure continued growth in the South Australian economy and to support more jobs. The 2018-19 State Budget establishes an $11.3 billion pipeline of projects over the period of 2018-19 to 2021-22 to develop South Australia’s productive infrastructure, which will deliver…

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State Budget media lock-up changes

The reformist Marshall Liberal Government has decided to implement massive reforms to the arrangements for media access to their technology during the State Budget media lock-up. Treasurer Rob Lucas has decided to allow all those attending Tuesday’s budget media lock up access to their mobile phones, tablets and Wi-Fi during the lock-up to assist in…

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Former Labor government spent $2.9m on taxpayer-funded State Budget advertising campaigns

The former Labor government spent $2.9 million of taxpayer funds on advertising campaigns to promote its own 2017-18 State Budget, in what’s been described as a ‘desperate last-ditch attempt to cling to power’. The former Labor government spent $1.5 million on its ‘Growing Jobs Today’ campaign, $470,000 on its ‘Jobs Accelerator Grant’ campaign, and $922,000…

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