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Jobs training wreck continues

The latest Commonwealth Government data shows that during the last three years South Australia has lost more jobs training positions than anywhere else in the country.

Weatherill killing jobs training

The latest Commonwealth Government data shows the deskilling of South Australia’s workforce has continued for the fourth year in a row and highlights the critical need for the establishment of a Naval Shipbuilding Skills Taskforce.

Deja vu for child protection recommendations

Royal Commissioner Margaret Nyland’s critical recommendations to reform the Weatherill Government’s failed child protection system mirror many of the recommendations made in earlier investigations into South Australia’s broken child protection system.

Liberals reiterate calls for speed camera audit

The State Liberals have reiterated calls for the Weatherill Labor Government to conduct an audit of traffic cameras to make sure that they are operating for safety purposes and not to raise revenue.

Liberals keep traffic moving

The State Liberals will introduce legislation requiring the Department of Transport to conduct regular audits of traffic light controlled road intersections to identify and recommend where it would be appropriate to sign as ‘left turn on red permitted after stopping’ signs.

Labor scratches trackriding course in SA

The State Liberals have labelled TAFE SA’s decision to immediately discontinue the only trackriding course in South Australia as disgraceful. 

Tom the butcher takes knife to jobs training

In another blow to South Australians looking for work the State Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis has sliced $57 million from funding for skills and training programs in his self-proclaimed “jobs budget”.

Mixed Use (Glenside) Zone Policy Review Development Plan Amendment by the Minister

The Minister for Planning has released the Mixed Use (Glenside) Zone Policy Review Development Plan Amendment (DPA) for public consultation from 23 June 2016—17 August 2016.

Liberals offer solution to bikes on footpaths

The State Liberals will today introduce amendments to the Road Traffic Act 1961 and the Motor Vehicles Act 1959 into State Parliament.

Liberals offer solution to bikes on footpaths

The State Liberals will bring amendments to the Road Traffic Act 1961 and the Motor Vehicles Act 1959 to the Local Government Association’s safe cycling round table for discussion.