Mind the gap – Labor’s $118 million train and tram secret shortfall
The Malinauskas Labor Government has been caught out trying to hide the true cost of killing off the contract with Keolis Downer after it was revealed savings made by keeping the train and tram operator on board are still in their budget.
Inflation rate skyrockets as Malinauskas throws cost of living grenade at footy fans
Adelaide Crows and Port Adelaide fans are set to pay to use the popular Footy Express bus, train and tram services after it was revealed the free public transport scheme could be transitioned to a “user pays” system.
Spacious $1.3m home with a pool left vacant during the housing crisis
The Opposition has uncovered yet another spacious, family home acquired for the North-South Corridor which has been left vacant almost four months in the middle of a housing crisis.
100 days is up but where is Labor’s Commission of Inquiry?
South Australians have been stood up again as the Malinauskas Labor Government fails to deliver on another election promise – this time the establishment of a Commission of Inquiry into public transport to kill the $2.1 billion Keolis Downer contract.
When will Peter Malinauskas cut ties with Keolis Downer’s “lesser service”?
As the Gawler electrification project finally comes online today, the future of train operator Keolis Downer and hundreds of jobs still hang in the balance with the Malinauskas Labor Government promising South Australians it would rip up the contract if elected.
Billion-dollar buck ends with Koutsantonis and his costly captain's call
In a damning discovery on the eve of delivering its first budget, the Malinauskas Labor Government has been caught out red-handed siphoning a billion dollars from the most important infrastructure project in state history to prop up its lofty election commitments.
Green light signals go for new decade-long Strategy to save lives on our roads
A significant reduction in the number of lives lost and serious injuries on South Australian roads over the next decade is the focus of a new 10-year road safety strategy unveiled today.
$80m Emergency Services HQ handles the heat in response to bushfires and floods
SA’s bolstered response capability for weather-related disasters has been on full display in recent days with the state’s best emergency services minds working together at their new $80 million purpose-built headquarters to protect the community from bushfires and extreme floods.
FireFlight mapping system to undergo bushfire season trial
The Marshall Government will support the trial of a real-time fire mapping system during this year’s fire season to help better protect communities in bushfire prone areas.
Successful spring prescribed burn season comes to an end
A prescribed burn in Adelaide’s southern suburbs today has marked the end of a successful spring season that has seen 46 prescribed burns carried out across South Australia – reducing the fire risk across more than 1600 hectares of public and private land.