Opposition’s “Report Your Road” campaign ready to drive change

The Liberal Opposition’s “Report Your Road” campaign is gaining momentum, with more than a hundred submissions dobbing in dodgy regional roads in less than three weeks.

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Federal Budget must reverse Labor’s cruel cuts to SA infrastructure projects

Tomorrow’s Federal Budget must restore funding for significant South Australian infrastructure projects, after Labor made more than $400 million worth of savage cuts to five key road initiatives.

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Opposition launches “Report Your Road” campaign

As Peter Malinauskas shows little care for the state of South Australia’s regional roads by ditching the standalone portfolio as part of his Cabinet reshuffle, the Opposition is strengthening its efforts to see maintenance issues addressed with a new campaign.

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Regional roads abandoned under Peter Malinauskas' Cabinet reshuffle

Regional roads have been abandoned under Peter Malinauskas’ first Cabinet reshuffle with the standalone portfolio previously held by Geoff Brock now absorbed into the broader portfolio of Infrastructure and Transport held by Tom Koutsantonis.

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Regional South Australian roads finally being addressed

The Liberal Opposition has welcomed the announcement of a $168 million investment for a series of safety treatments across some of the state’s most problematic regional roads.

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Ball in Labor's court for regional Uber expansion

Popular rideshare service Uber has called on the Malinauskas Labor Government to expand private transport options in the regions.

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Inquiry into the CFS gets the green light

The Liberal Party's move to establish a Parliamentary inquiry to investigate issues within the South Australian Country Fire Service (CFS) has been successful in the Legislative Council.

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Common sense prevails with Harvest Code of Practice to remain unchanged

In a massive win for farmers, the CFS has confirmed it will no longer push ahead with its plans to review the Grain Harvest Code of Practice.

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Labor's slow levee support leaves river communities high and dry for a year

While the Liberal Opposition welcomes the announcement of a flood recovery funding agreement for Lower River Murray levees, the much-needed measure has come 12 months too late.

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No levee management plan 12 months on from River Murray Flood

The Liberal Opposition is calling on the Malinauskas Labor Government to urgently implement a River Murray levee management plan after it was revealed that despite 12 months since the peak of the River Murray Flood, virtually nothing has been done. 

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