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Chapman suspended from parliament for six days

UPDATED | Embattled former Deputy Premier Vickie Chapman has been banned from parliament for six days as the dramatic fallout from this month’s vote of no confidence escalated today, with the Government again losing a crucial vote on the House of Assembly floor.

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Dan the man as Libs choose deputy

Newly-elected Liberal deputy leader Dan van Holst Pellekaan says he’s a “team player” – and expects to remain in his role – after defeating rival David Speirs in a party-room ballot yesterday.

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New questions over Chapman’s property claims

EXCLUSIVE | Claims by Vickie Chapman about her Kangaroo Island property holdings at the centre of a conflict of interest scandal have prompted new questions, as the embattled Deputy Premier today faces the prospect of becoming the state’s first minister to lose a no confidence vote in the House of Assembly.

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Confidence motion looms as Ombudsman prepares to investigate Chapman

UPDATED | A parliamentary inquiry is set to report that Attorney-General Vickie Chapman had a conflict of interest, misled parliament and breached the ministerial code of conduct in relation to her decision to veto a $40 million timber port on her native Kangaroo Island, as the state Ombudsman today said he expected the matter to be referred to his office.

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Sub workers offered lifeline but no guarantees on local jobs

Premier Steven Marshall has pledged new roles for “any or all” of the 350 Naval Group workers in South Australia whose jobs have been thrown into doubt by yesterday’s “major pivot” on Australia’s submarine contract, but the Government remains vague on whether a local employment component can now be safeguarded.