Labor’s ‘toddler tantrum’ over public’s growing concern about its billions in reckless spending

  An increasingly desperate and angry Labor Party are becoming so ‘spooked’ by growing voter concern over Mr Malinauskas’ reckless pre-election spending spree, they are now trying to deny ever making some of the unfunded promises in the first place.   Treasurer Rob Lucas said Labor’s extraordinary knee-jerk reaction to public criticism of their billions…

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You will pay: Liberals launch new campaign about horror risk to family budgets of Labor’s reckless spending

  South Australian families are being warned about the ‘horror’ risk of higher taxes, charges and hip-pocket pain – including massive hikes to water, power and ESL bills – if Labor is elected, as part of a new Liberal Party public information campaign airing from tonight.   Treasurer Rob Lucas said Mr Malinauskas’ reckless spending…

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Government welcomes independent industrial umpire’s order for ambos to stop ‘chalking’ immediately

  The State Government has welcomed an interim order by the independent industrial umpire for the Ambulance Employees Association to cease all industrial action, including the ‘chalking’ of taxpayer-funded ambulances.   The chalking has included blatant pro-Labor political messaging and slogans.   The order also requires ambulance union members to stop their case card bans…

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Malinauskas a risk to State’s economic recovery

  Labor leader Peter Malinauskas’ reckless approach to decision making in this pre-election period is now a clear risk to our state’s economic recovery.   Mr Malinauskas has been virtually writing blank cheques for uncosted election promises and threatening to intervene and overturn multi-million-dollar project decisions by independent boards.   Treasurer Rob Lucas said just…

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Hospital cleaners, orderlies and disability sector staff vote ‘YES’ to new pay deal

  The Marshall Liberal Government has successfully settled another enterprise agreement, this time with approximately 6,600 weekly paid staff – most of whom work in hospitals and the disability sector, including disability services officers, hospital cleaners, orderlies, sterilisation technicians, and food services staff.   An overwhelming majority (94 per cent) of those who participated in…

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Independent retail boom under Marshall Government’s sensible shop trading policies

  In a testament to the huge success of the Marshall Liberal Government’s sensible approach to shop trading reform, independent supermarkets are thriving and expanding with new, state-of-the-art suburban and city stores and a multi-million-dollar distribution centre three times the size of the MCG.   Contrary to the alarmist claims of Labor and the Independent…

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Independent industrial umpire asked to resolve enterprise agreement with ambulance employees

  The State Government has sought to resolve the long running enterprise bargaining negotiations with the ambulance union by seeking an arbitrated resolution from the SA Employment Tribunal.   Enterprise bargaining negotiations with the Ambulance Employees Association of SA (AEA) commenced in May 2019, but despite a series of meetings and discussions over close to…

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