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Parking tax not just hurting big end of town

Liberal Member for Adelaide Rachel Sanderson has written to both new Weatherill Labor Government Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith and Local Government Minister Geoff Brock on behalf residents who will be affected by the proposed toxic car park tax.

Winter 2014 Newsletter

I would firstly like to take the opportunity to thank you for returning me as your representative in State Parliament. I am extremely humbled and thrilled to represent the Adelaide electorate for a second term. I can assure you I will continue to work hard as your dedicated local member.

Weatherill Labor must fix Prospect school zones farce

The Weatherill Labor Government must fix the farcical primary school zones issue facing Prospect families.

Representing Adelaide residents on the Capital City Committee

Liberal Member for Adelaide Rachel Sanderson will today introduce the City of Adelaide (Capital City Committee) Amendment Bill 2014 to the South Australian Parliament.

Autumn Newsletter 2016

Welcome to the Rachel Sanderson's 2016 Autumn Newsletter.

Labor must come clean on plans for Hajek Plaza site

Liberal Member for Adelaide Rachel Sanderson has called on the Weatherill Labor Government to come clean on its plans for the Hajek Plaza site between Parliament House and the Adelaide Festival Centre

Adelaide residents have a right to be angry

Adelaide residents have every right to be angry following a cynical series of uncosted and unfunded Weatherill Labor Government announcements designed to disguise a decade of Labor neglect.

Weatherill Labor fails Prospect families on school zones

The Weatherill Labor Government has failed to address the education needs of Prospect families, this time with farcical primary schools zoning.

Tour Down Under hits the streets of Prospect

Prospect Road will play host to some of the world’s best cyclists when Stage One of the 2013 Santos Tour Down Under begins at 11am tomorrow morning after a festive street party tonight.

Only half of the DAC present for Adelaide Oval trees decision

Only four of the seven members of the Development Assessment Commission (DAC) were present when
the decision was made to allow the removal of 27 white cedar trees in the parklands surrounding
Adelaide Oval.