Media Releases

State Government makes child protection a priority

The Marshall Liberal Government is committed to protecting the state’s most vulnerable children and young people providing additional funding in the 2018-19 State Budget.

Marshall Government honours 100-day child protection agreement

The Marshall Government has delivered on its 100-day commitment to extend foster care payments for young people up to 21 years of age and broaden the qualifications accepted for child protection workers to help fill dozens of vacancies.

Ovingham Noise Reducing Barrier

If elected, a Marshall Liberal Government will install a noise reducing barrier wall at Park Terrace at Ovingham to combat the noise and pollution residents have endured since the ring road was expanded.

Speed-up Clipsal Set-up

The State Liberals are calling on the Weatherill Government to speed-up the set-up for the Clipsal 500 in the Adelaide Parklands.

Hindley St at night no place for children

The State Liberals are extremely concerned about the proposed reduction to the opening hours of police stations across the Adelaide metropolitan area.

Liberals reject Housing Improvement Bill

The State Liberals have voted against the Housing Improvement Bill in State Parliament despite the Weatherill Government accepting 21 Liberal amendments to the Bill.

Community will be land-locked without a right hand turn

Residents fearful of being left land-locked by the Hackney Road proposed $160 million O’Bahn project will meet tonight to increase pressure on the State Government to provide reasonable access to Park Terrace, Gilberton

Skating to a better outcome

The State Liberals are calling on the Weatherill Government to honour a two year old commitment to invest $20 million in the rejuvenation of Adelaide’s Parklands and make a replacement skate park the first project to be funded under the scheme.

Nursing a public safety grievance

Liberal Member for Adelaide Rachel Sanderson is calling on the Health Minister JackSnelling to act to provide more parking for staff and patients at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital in North Adelaide.

Blind prejudice

The State Liberals are calling on Families SA to review its employment guidelines after it refused to interview a social work graduate for a position on the grounds the vision impaired young woman did not have a drivers licence.