SA-BEST Team

Government must urgently intervene in workplace injury court matter: SA-BEST warns
20 June 2022
The State Government must immediately intervene in a workplace injury matter currently before the courts if it is genuine in its intent to protect the...
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Government has “talked the talk on Budget, now time to “walk the walk”: SA-BEST
3 June 2022
SA-BEST today optimistically welcomed the Malinauskas Government’s maiden state budget – but warned the real work starts now.
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South Australian Parliament closely watching inquest into the death of Australian citizen Anna Jenkins
28 March 2022
The South Australian Parliament will closely monitor the proceedings of a coronial inquest starting in Malaysia today into the mysterious disappearance and presumed murder of...
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Independent review of North-South Corridor needed to examine $1 billion in potential savings: SA-BEST
15 March 2022
An independent review of an ambitious proposal to slash $1 billion off the next stage of the $10 billion North-South Corridor project is a major...
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Don't be fooled - Labor and Liberals WILL increase taxes after election to fund promises: SA-BEST
14 March 2022
South Australian taxpayers will be hit hard by a raft of taxes after next weekend’s state election to fund the fiscally reckless and unnecessary election...
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Stamp duty exemption trial for first home buyers proposed by SA-BEST
12 March 2022
First home buyers would be exempt from paying stamp duty under a two-year trial being proposed by SA-BEST as part of its building and construction...
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Labor’s risky hydrogen gamble threatens world famous Giant Cuttlefish habitat
11 March 2022
Labor’s key election promise to build its $600 million hydrogen power plant in Whyalla could backfire with fears its proposed location poses a serious risk...
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Payroll tax review proposed by SA-BEST to lighten load of SA businesses
11 March 2022
SA-BEST today announced it will seek an immediate review of the general payroll tax structure in SA - which has remained largely unchanged for more...
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