Weatherill statements debunked

Premier Jay Weatherill’s key reason for not going to competitive tender on his controversial Gillman land deal has been debunked by evidence from Renewal SA executives. Mr Weatherill and Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis have argued on many occasions the State Labor Government couldn’t go to competitive tender because Adelaide Capital Partners would have withdrawn its offer.…

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More Board Members oppose Gillman deal process

Shadow Treasurer Rob Lucas said today that another two Renewal SA Board Members had given evidence to a parliamentary inquiry saying the controversial Gillman land deal should have gone to competitive tender. This evidence to the Gillman Select Committee from former Board Member, Mike Terlet, and current Board Member, Helen Fulcher, is a massive “thumbs…

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Stunning evidence on Gillman deal probity auditor

In stunning evidence to a parliamentary committee, Renewal SA executives have admitted the probity auditor for the controversial Gillman land deal was not appointed until after many of the key meetings with the sole bidder had been conducted. Premier Weatherill and Minister Koutsantonis have defended the Gillman land deal not going to competitive tender with…

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Evidence mounts against Weatherill/Koutsantonis claims on Gillman

Mounting evidence from the Gillman Select Committee has directly contradicted various claims made by Premier Weatherill and Treasurer Koutsantonis over their controversial Gillman land deal. In a significant embarrassment to Mr Weatherill and Mr Koutsantonis, evidence from Renewal SA executives and also former board member Theo Maras has raised serious questions about the Government’s financial…

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Maras lifts lid on Gillman incompetence

Damning evidence from former Renewal SA Board member Theo Maras today has raised serious questions about the financial management and competence of Premier Weatherill and Treasurer Koutsantonis. In evidence to the Gillman Select Committee, Mr Maras said he was so strongly opposed to the Weatherill Government’s decision on Gillman that he had to resign his…

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