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Labor warned about Seaford line power failure

Commuter chaos and a lack of ministerial accountability continues to plague Adelaide’s transport network as Seaford line train services continue to be disrupted for the second day in a row.  

MIA Mullighan should offer compensation

Transport Minister Stephen Mullighan needs to explain why the Seaford railway line shut down yesterday morning, remains out of action 24 hours later and how he is intending to compensate passengers left stranded by the latest shutdown of the Seaford line. 

2036 - It Starts Now

State Liberal Leader Steven Marshall has released ‘2036’ – a long-term vision for South Australia to coincide with the State’s Bicentenary.

‘2036’ lays the foundation for the policies that the State Liberal Team will develop over the next two years as we head towards the 2018 State election.

Another burst water main

The Weatherill Government’s repeated assertion there are no problems with South Australia’s ageing water mains system has been undermined by yet another burst pipe leading to traffic restrictions on Hampstead Road.

Labor in a jam over Clipsal traffic

The State Liberals have called for a greater use of traffic police to assist with traffic flows at peak commuter times during the busy Clipsal event period.

South Australia’s shrinking skills training

National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) data released yesterday shows the drastic decline in the number of South Australians in jobs training has continued unabated.

Almost 4,000 burst water mains in SA last year

South Australian residents endured almost 4,000 burst water mains last year, according to Freedom of Information documents.

Making our buses safe

The State Liberals want Transport Minister Stephen Mullighan to put forward a comprehensive safety package for bus drivers and their passengers at today’s meeting with bus drivers.

Men at Work?

The State Liberals will introduce legislation to Parliament to end the practice of maintaining 25 km/h speed restrictions for road works on weekends and after hours despite the fact the work has ceased.

Liberals call for better traffic management during Clipsal

The State Liberals have called on the Weatherill Labor Government to ensure that road maintenance and other minor roadworks within 10kms of the CBD are scheduled around Clipsal road closures to ensure better traffic flow.