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

Hairdressing salons should be closed down: SA-BEST
1 April 2020
Federal and state governments must immediately close down hairdressing salons to further reduce the risk of exposure and spread of the coronavirus, SA-BEST today warned.
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Urgent funds needed for public schools to provide soap and sanitisers for students and teachers: SA-BEST
23 March 2020
SA-BEST today urged the State Government to follow the lead of the New South Wales Government and allocate emergency funds to SA public schools to...
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Large poker machine venues should close down until further notice to help stop coronavirus spread: SA-BEST
17 March 2020
SA-BEST also calls on Federal Government to release superannuation funds to those in financial hardship
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Explicit child pornography material being sold over the counter in Australian retail outlets: SA-BEST-Centre Alliance investigation
28 February 2020
Sickening child pornography material is being sold widely over the counter in popular Australian retail outlets, a special investigation by SA-BEST and Centre Alliance has found.
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“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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