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Labor takes the axe to Adelaide Oval heritage

The Weatherill Labor Government has ignored the wishes of South Australians by axing 27 cedar trees at Adelaide Oval today, Liberal Member for Adelaide Rachel Sanderson said.

Liberal amendment a win for Magistrates

Yesterday the Parliament passed new laws to raise the retirement age of Magistrates from 65 to 70 years.

Liberals oppose footbridge regulations

Today the Liberal Party will oppose recent regulations that permit the Adelaide Oval footbridge to be built without the normal development approval.

Barton Road debate descends into costly farce

Barton Road has been closed for 25 years.

Equity in the Capital City Committee

Legislation will today be introduced into both houses of Parliament to give Adelaide residents a voice on the Capital City Committee.

Surrogacy amendments acknowledge Mother’s health

Liberal Member for Adelaide, Rachel Sanderson MP, has successfully moved amendments to the Family Relationships (Surrogacy) Bill 2012.

Labor fails to protect the Parklands

Evidence given to a Parliamentary Committee has exposed Labor’s failure to protect Adelaide’s parklands.

Rundle Mall still closed for business

Rundle Mall will be a deserted shopping strip today with the majority of retailers closed for the Labour Day Public Holiday.

Adelaide must be hauled into 21st century

A Private Members Bill will be presented to the South Australian Parliament today seeking to have Rundle Mall designated as a Tourist Precinct.

New high school at Bowden site

Member for Adelaide, Rachel Sanderson, has called on the Rann Government to act on the Liberal plan to include a second campus of Adelaide High School at the proposed Transit Orientated development in Bowden.