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State Liberals back Strathalbyn community and businesses

The State Liberals have listened to the Strathalbyn community, local businesses and the Alexandrina Council and will support the decision to reject the proposal for a retail development outside the township.

Expert witness to give evidence on crumbling overpass

The crumbling South Road Tram Overpass will be examined by Parliament’s Public Works Committee this morning, following the State Liberals’ successful move to reopen investigations into the troubled project.

Crumbling overpass to be examined by Parliament

The State Liberals have successfully moved to reopen investigations into the troubled South
Road Bridge by State Parliament’s Public Works Committee.

Department of Transport stuff-up

The State Liberals are concerned that the fiasco surrounding the South Road tram overpass at Black Forest indicates a critical lack of expertise in the Department of Transport and Infrastructure.

Transport Minister must intervene in bus strike

The State Liberals are demanding the Transport Minister Stephen Mullighan rolls up his sleeves and intervenes in the looming industrial action by bus drivers.

Rise in weapons offences on public transport

Violent offenders continue to menace commuters on Adelaide’s public transport network, as figures reveal weapons offences and assaults have again risen under Labor.

Chaos for motorists and commuters on South Road

The State Liberals today called for the damaged South Road Tram Overpass and subsequent disruptive South Road closure to be examined by Parliament’s Public Works Committee.

SA jobs from SA infrastructure

The State Liberals are demanding the Weatherill Government ensures the maximum number of South Australians win the jobs created by the Northern Connector project.

Nice work if you can get it

The State Liberals have condemned the Weatherill Government’s decision to pay striking train drivers to attend today’s stop work meeting.

Train strike another blow to public transport

The State Liberals are urging the Weatherill Government and the Rail Tram and Bus Union to settle their long standing industrial dispute before next Wednesday’s planned strike that will shut down all train services for 3 hours.