‘Forgerygate’ Weatherill Labor candidate’s story unravelling

Premier Weatherill’s dirty tricks campaign has now been embarrassingly exposed as a Labor candidate was forced to admit Labor political apparatchiks were forging her signature while pretending she had been door-knocking. Katrine Hildyard, who is one of Mr Weatherill’s Left faction candidates and allies, was yesterday forced to apologise for her involvement in ‘forgerygate.’ However,…

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Will the real Katrine Hildyard please stand up?

Premier Weatherill and Labor appear to have been caught out engaging in more sneaky campaign tactics. The State Liberals have obtained three “Sorry I Missed You” doorknocking cards and a streetcorner meeting letter from Labor candidate for Reynell, Katrine Hildyard, in four different handwriting styles. The doorknocking cards, signed “Kind Regards Katrine”, give the impression…

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Child protection scandal spreads to SA Health

The Weatherill Labor Government’s child protection scandal has now spread to another department – SA Health. Nurses at Modbury Hospital have informed the State Liberals that security guards employed at the hospital do not have a ‘working with children’ police clearance even though they have access to parts of the hospital where children are treated.…

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Child protection scandal spreads to SA Health

The Weatherill Labor Government’s child protection scandal has now spread to another department – SA Health. Nurses at Modbury Hospital have informed the State Liberals that security guards employed at the hospital do not have a ‘working with children’ police clearance even though they have access to parts of the hospital where children are treated.…

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Weatherill follows Marshall’s policy lead…again!

Premier Weatherill and Labor have continued to follow the State Liberals’ lead on policy initiatives. At Labor’s campaign launch yesterday, Mr Weatherill announced a number of policies “Labor will continue to lobby the Australian Government to restore meaningful concessions through the regional migration system which will help Adelaide attract skilled migrants.” Last month, State Liberal…

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Latest Labor self-destruct TV advertisement

The State Liberals have today launched a television advertisement to remind South Australians that Labor‟s crippling division and disunity means they don‟t know who will be Labor Leader after the State Election. “South Australia cannot afford another four years of Jay Weatherill and Labor,” said Liberal spokesman Rob Lucas. “Feedback from Liberal candidates in marginal…

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Labor MP: “Weatherill is a dead man walking”

In an extraordinary revelation, one of Premier Weatherill’s own Labor colleagues has labeled him a “dead man walking” who will be removed after the March State Election. This latest extraordinary revelation comes one day after senior Labor Right-aligned MPs and figures declared Premier Weatherill “would pay” for creating a “f**king disaster” by threatening to resign…

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Labor self-destruct television advertisement

The State Liberals have today launched a television advertisement to remind South Australians that our state cannot afford another four years of Jay Weatherill Labor. The crippling division and disunity that erupted within the Weatherill Labor Government last Friday Labor’s right faction moved to impose dumped Senator Don Farrell on the South Australian Parliament exposed…

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Koutsantonis must be sacked

Premier Weatherill must today show some backbone and sack his Infrastructure Minister, Tom Koutsantonis. Mr Koutsantonis – the convenor of Parliamentary Labor’s Right faction – was a key plotter involved in what is now a divided, disunited and dysfunctional Government. “The usually accessible Mr Koutsantonis has now clearly bunkered down and is refusing to answer…

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O’Brien resigns from Cabinet following explosive Labor division and disunity

Labor’s deep division and disunity has continued with Minister O’Brien resigning from Premier Weatherill’s Cabinet, following today’s explosive division and disunity that has left Mr Weatherill’s now besieged leadership in turmoil. Mr O’Brien was the Minister for Finance, Police, Correctional Services, Emergency Services and Road Safety. It is clear that Mr O’Brien has decided that…

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