Pyne-Birmingham-Williams – Liberals deliver for Glenelg foreshore redevelopment

  Liberal Candidate for Hindmarsh Matt Williams announced today that an incoming Coalition Government will deliver $500,000 towards the Glenelg Foreshore redevelopment.   “Our funding commitment means that the ‘Activating Glenelg Foreshore’ project will go ahead if the Coalition is elected on Saturday,” Mr Williams said.   The project, which would be jointly funded with…

Henbury sale highlights multi-million dollar Labor waste

  Labor’s wasteful spending of taxpayers’ money is further highlighted by the sale of a Northern Territory property once intended for a carbon farming demonstration project, Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for the Environment Simon Birmingham said today.   The location of the planned but ill-defined Henbury Conservation Project – Henbury Station – is reportedly being placed…

Pyne-Birmingham – Coalition announces River Torrens recovery programme

  A Coalition Government, if elected, will commit $1 million over two years to improve the environmental health of the River Torrens.   The funding is part of the Coalition’s Environment Policy and Clean Water Plan.   Senior South Australian Liberal Christopher Pyne and Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for the Environment Simon Birmingham announced the Coalition’s…

Birmingham-Ruston – River funding another Labor election re-announcement

  Funding announced today by Labor for the River Murray Improvements Program is another election re-announcement that demonstrates Labor’s contempt for South Australian river communities.   Senator for South Australia and Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for the Murray-Darling Basin, Simon Birmingham said South Australian river communities were tired of being treated as political playthings by Labor.…