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New market access needed for SMEs in regional SA

Small and medium sized enterprises across regional South Australia must be provided with further support to access new markets, with recently released statistics revealing a significant spike in business insolvencies in regional South Australia in the 2014 June quarter.
 

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Mallee road upgrades welcomed in light of rail future

Liberal Member for Chaffey Tim Whetstone has welcomed a $2.3 million investment into vital Mallee highways and the continued operation of rail infrastructure in the Riverland and Mallee for a further 12 months.

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Regional South Australia’s unrealised trade potential

A key step in establishing and strengthening trade and investment opportunities between China and regional South Australia is occurring this week, with a visit by a delegation of Chinese business representatives.

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Liberal MPs demand Public Works Committee take further contamination evidence

Liberal Members of the Public Works Committee will today demand that the Tonsley Redevelopment Committee is recalled so that further contamination issues can be discussed in light of the recent Clovelly Park contamination crisis.

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Labor Government fails on $50 school sports voucher

The State Labor Government has admitted its $50 school sports voucher election promise will only go to less than a quarter of the 213,000 primary school aged children in South Australia.

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South Australia to reap the benefits of Japanese FTA

South Australian exporters to Japan will significantly benefit from a landmark Free Trade Agreement (FTA) signed between Australia and Japan in Canberra today.
 

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Coalition’s investment in infrastructure to reduce water buybacks welcomed by SA irrigators

A Federal Coalition decision to further invest in water-saving infrastructure to reduce the water buyback target for the Murray-Darling Basin has been welcomed by South Australian irrigators and river communities.

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Labor refuses to rule out seeking water from irrigators

Shadow River Murray and Water Minister Michelle Lensink and Member for Chaffey Tim Whetstone are calling on Premier Weatherill to guarantee South Australia’s remaining commitment to the Murray Darling Basin Plan will not fall on irrigators.

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Labor refuses to rule out seeking water from irrigators

Shadow River Murray and Water Minister Michelle Lensink and Member for Chaffey Tim Whetstone are calling on Premier Weatherill to guarantee South Australia’s remaining commitment to the Murray Darling Basin Plan will not fall on irrigators.

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Spread the word: Leave your fruit and vegetables at home over Easter

South Australians are being encouraged to spread the word and warn family and friends travelling over the Easter holidays not to threaten the State’s fruit fly free status by bringing fruit and vegetables into fruit fly exclusion zones.

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