Property sector confidence skyrockets as industry backs Marshall Government to deliver

The Marshall Government has welcomed the latest ANZ/Property Council of Australia survey of property sector professionals – including developers, landlords, architects, planners and engineers – showing confidence in SA has soared to pre-pandemic levels. The survey, taken in the two weeks from November 16 and including the 3-day circuit-breaker, shows local confidence has rebounded to…

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Shop trading hours to return to previous Christmas trading hours announcement

The 8-day State Government exemption for supermarkets and other essential stores, including pharmacies, across suburban Adelaide to trade extended hours to promote physical distancing will be revoked, following today’s announcement that new COVID-19 restrictions would be eased from Sunday.   Treasurer Rob Lucas said the exemption, under the Shop Trading Hours Act 1977, was set…

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Government welcomes credit ratings agencies’ comment on historic job-creating Budget

Independent ratings agencies, S&P Global and Moody’s, have provided initial commentary to the market on the Marshall Government’s historic job-creating State Budget 2020-21, which was handed down yesterday. S&P Global (AA+) reported the Government’s $4 billion economic stimulus (which leverages a further $1 billion in Commonwealth and business investment) as ‘valuable support’ for businesses, despite…

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