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Cooking with gas on the ORAH site

A Marshall Liberal Government will establish an international school of culinary excellence, hospitality and tourism on the old Royal Adelaide Hospital site to elevate Adelaide to the status of a world centre of food culture.

Completing the North-South Corridor

The State Liberals will develop a detailed business case for all incomplete sections of the North-South Corridor by the end of this year, if successful at the March state election.

It’s a two billion dollar hoax folks

The State Liberals have dismissed the Labor Party’s promised $2 billion investment in port, road and rail infrastructure as yet another cynical election ploy from a tired, arrogant Government that should be judged on its failed record.

GlobeLink plan important to rail discussions

A briefing regarding fast rail in the Adelaide Hills will take place in Mount Barker this evening, with the State Liberals' GlobeLink plan playing a part in future rail discussions.

Libs will ‘pave Paradise and put up a parking lot’

The State Liberals will today unveil plans for a new $7.5 million park ‘n’ ride at the Paradise Interchange, which will provide over 300 additional car parks for O-Bahn passengers.

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.