SA-BEST Party

Media Releases and important speeches from Nick Xenophon and SA-BEST:

“Beyond belief” SA-based Federal Senators voted down a motion backing SA submarine jobs
26 February 2020
Serious questions must be asked of South Australia’s Liberal and Labor Senators who colluded in the Federal Senate yesterday to vote down a motion by...
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SA-BEST to introduce GM crops legislation
19 February 2020
SA-BEST will today introduce legislation to allow genetically-modified crops to be grown in South Australia.
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SA-BEST calls on Police Commissioner to waive South Eastern Freeway speeding fines
7 February 2020
SA-BEST today urged Police Commissioner, Grant Stevens, to “do the right thing” and retrospectively withdraw unpaid speeding fines and reverse automatic licence disqualifications issued to...
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New laws to provide stronger PTSD support for emergency services first responders introduced by SA-BEST
24 January 2020
Emergency services “first responders” suffering Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) will be better protected under South Australian-first new laws proposed by SA-BEST.
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Government’s tactics “playing” with farmers’ security: SA-BEST
19 December 2019
The desperate actions of the State Government to again introduce regulations as a way of forcing the lifting of a moratorium to allow farmers to...
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No more excuses – Premier’s comments MUST prompt independent inquiry into SA Health
12 December 2019
Startling contradictory comments Premier Steven Marshall allegedly made to - and about - the ICAC Commissioner’s scathing report into SA Health must prompt the government...
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SA-BEST frustrated with GM crops Bill defeat and lays blame with government
10 December 2019
SA-BEST had no choice today but to vote down the State Government’s proposal legislation to lift a 16-year moratorium on growing GM crops in South Australia.
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State Government can’t continue to turn “blind eye” to independent inquiry into SA Health: SA-BEST
9 December 2019
The State Government cannot continue to ignore the “want of the people” and persist in ruling out an independent judicial review into the embattled public...
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