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Labor Government needs a scalp or two

The State Liberals are calling on the Labor Government to declare the Liverpool v Adelaide United soccer game at the Adelaide Oval on July 20 a major event and begin hunting down ticket scalpers on the game.

“The Labor Government needs to show it has zero tolerance to scalping by successfully prosecuting people re-selling tickets to the game at illegally inflated prices,” said Shadow Minister for Recreation and Sport Tim Whetstone.

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Funding cuts add to declining sport participation in South Australia

The Weatherill Labor Government should reconsider its decision to reduce grant funding to grassroots sport, with ABS data released yesterday revealing South Australians’ participation in sport and physical recreation is the second lowest in the nation.

Just 60.9 per cent of South Australians participated in sport and physical recreation in 2013-14, down from 65.8 per cent in 2005-06.

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SA exports setting concerning trend

South Australian exports have recorded the single largest drop in value for the month of December since statistics have been retained, according to data released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

In a sign of the Weatherill Labor Govenrment’s failure to adequately support the state’s exporters, South Australian exports fell below $12 billion annualised for the first time in almost a year.

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SME business support continues to slide under Labor

The Sensis Business Index released today has painted a bleak picture for the outlook of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) in South Australia under the Weatherill Labor Government.

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Socceroos notably absent from redeveloped Adelaide Oval

The Weatherill Labor Government must do more to bring the Socceroos to Adelaide Oval, with South Australia a notable absentee on the schedule for the 2015 Asian Cup.

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SA needs robust strategy for Japanese trade

South Australia requires a robust strategy for international trade with Japan as the Japan- Australia Economic Partnership Agreement takes effect today.
 

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SA lacks trade presence in South Korea as FTA takes effect

The Weatherill Labor Government should provide immediate on-ground assistance for exporters in South Korea in order for South Australia to capitalise on the Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement that will enter into force today.

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Cricket fans get unique opportunity with World Cup trophy

South Australians will have a unique opportunity to see the ICC Cricket World Cup trophy firsthand as it travels around the State this week ahead of next year’s tournament.

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Don’t be fooled by Labor’s latest export promises

The State Labor Government’s continued failure to meet key export targets casts a cloud over its latest prediction of $18 billion in exports by 2017.
 

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Double blow for Adelaide Oval patrons

South Australian families and sport fans are set to take another hit to the hip pocket with Adelaide Oval’s Stadium Management Authority forced to pass an almost 750 per cent increase in the Emergency Service Levy.

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