Labor’s Gross Hypocrisy

The Weatherill Labor Government has continued its form of engaging in gross hypocrisy and double standards. It took Labor barely nine hours to suspend a ministerial adviser following the leak of a document designed to damage Premier Weatherill’s leadership. However, Mr Weatherill has refused to either suspend or sack his senior advisers, Simon Blewett and…

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NRAH blow out now reaches $405 million

The total cost of the NRAH project has now blown out by $405 million more than the $1.7 billion promised by the Labor Government at the last election. Evidence to the Budget and Finance Committee on Monday indicated that the Weatherill Labor Government was now considering spending another $5-10 million on an air tube transportation…

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Jay – how do you spell ‘hypocrisy’?

Shadow Health Minister Rob Lucas today accused Premier Jay Weatherill of ‘gross hypocrisy’ in his claim of transparency and accountability in releasing details of all ministerial credit card expenses. Last week, Mr Weatherill announced all spending by ministers and their staff would be exposed to public scrutiny by regularly publishing credit card statements on the…

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Jay’s health cut hypocrisy

Premier Jay Weatherill ran a fear campaign during the federal election about claimed cuts under a Coalition Government. Just one day after this scare campaign finished, Mr Weatherill announced cuts to jobs and beds at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital and the closure of the Modbury Hospital paediatric ward. “It is the height of hypocrisy…

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