Weatherill’s ego trip rubs off on his CEO

Shadow Treasurer Rob Lucas said today the CEO of Premier Weatherill’s Department Kym Winter-Dewhirst had been caught out wasting taxpayers’ money on the same full production film company used by Mr.Weatherill to film a travelogue of his overseas trips. FOI documents reveal that Mr.Winter-Dewhirst paid 57 FILMS $12,000 to film him for a message to his…

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Room with a view at taxpayers’ expense

The State Liberals are calling on Tourism Minister Leon Bignell to identify and payback all questionable claims for hotel stays in Adelaide he has made on the taxpayer since becoming Minister in the State Labor Government. “The latest revelation that Minister Bignell slugged taxpayers $185.70 to stay in the Intercontinental Hotel on North Terrace in…

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Independent Remuneration Tribunal Decision

This decision has been taken by the independent Remuneration Tribunal. The principle behind the new legislation was to be more transparent about MP’s pay by abolishing many of the benefits and allowances which the community had complained about. The Liberal Party supported the principle of MP’s pay being determined by an independent Tribunal and therefore…

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One union hack to replace another

The Labor Party will continue to treat the Upper House of State Parliament as its payback parlor if it appoints Peter Malinauskas to the casual vacancy created as a result of Bernard Finnigan’s criminal behavior. “Replacing Bernard Finnigan with Peter Malinauskas will see one former union hack taking the place of another in a Government…

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SA Housing approvals continue to fall

The latest Australian Bureau Statistics data reveals a significant decline in the number of houses approved in South Australia over the last 12 months. During the last 12 months the total number of houses approved in South Australia fell by 13.5 per cent based on seasonally adjusted figures. “The drop in the total number of…

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The reality of life on Planet Jay

The State Liberals have today used the boarded shops in the main street of Port Adelaide to highlight the Weatherill Labor Government’s profound economic failure and the jobs crisis that is engulfing all of South Australia. Planet Jay promised a vibrant, optimistic future with 100,000 jobs by February and 6000 jobs at an oil and…

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