A State Government-commissioned review of South Australia’s international and interstate engagement has confirmed that much of the previous government’s agenda was correct, argues former trade minister Martin Hamilton-Smith. So why, he asks, is it taking so long for the Marshall Government to take action?
Nine years ago Martin Hamilton-Smith proposed an Independent Commission Against Corruption – a move rejected by then Premier Mike Rann but later embraced by his successor Jay Weatherill. Here Hamilton-Smith argues that he always tempered the concept with a protection of privacy.
South Australians need to stop listening to the “anti-everything” brigade and start focusing on our economic strengths, writes Small Business Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith.
Forget the industrial “cultural cringe” – an Australian submarine build is the best option for the economy and the navy, argues Martin Hamilton-Smith.