Introduction On Thursday 2nd June 2022, South Australian Treasurer Stephen Mullighan delivered the 2022-23 SA State Budget. This is the first budget of the Malinauskas Labor Government after defeating the one term Liberal Government at the March 2022 election. The 2022-23 SA Budget projects a surplus of $233 million, an increase on the previous government’s… Continue reading 2022-23 South Australian Budget
South Australian Labor Government On Thursday 24 March, South Australian Premier Peter Malinauskas unveiled his Cabinet. The swearing in ceremony saw the return of nine ministers from the previous Labor Government, with six ministers new to the cabinet table. Independent MP Geoff Brock returns to Cabinet as Minister for Local Government, Regional Roads and Veterans… Continue reading South Australian Cabinet and Sitting Program
The South Australian (SA) election was held on the 19th of March, 2022. The Labor Party was elected into government under leader Peter Malinauskas. The SA Liberal Government is the first incumbent government in Australia to have lost an election since the pandemic broke out in 2020. House of Assembly There are 47 seats in… Continue reading South Australian Election: Results and Policies
2022 Parliamentary Sitting Calendar. Includes downloadable iCal and PDF calendars for state, territory and Commonwealth parliaments.
On Thursday 24 June 2021, South Australian Labor Leader Peter Malinauskas MP delivered the 2021- 22 Budget in Reply. Labor will continue to announce further policies ahead of the 19 March 2022 election. Mr Malinauskas characterised the Liberal’s Budget as one of unprecedented borrowing, lacking a debt pay back plan. Mr Malinauskas suggested that the… Continue reading South Australian Labor Budget Reply