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Birmingham declares war on "pathetic factional cronies" as stoush over Liberal gathering explodes

EXCLUSIVE | South Australia’s most senior federal Liberal has dropped a bomb on his party’s “factional cronies”, accusing them of “pathetically and shamefully” exploiting the Coronavirus pandemic to “undermine democracy within our party” – while defending a controversial meeting of hundreds of Liberal members that has suddenly become the epicentre of the SA party’s internal war.

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UPDATED | City councillor and former senator Robert Simms has confirmed his intent to stand for state parliament, seeking the Greens’ nomination to replace Mark Parnell – but the retiring veteran’s longtime staffer has also entered the succession race.

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New union standoff looms over pay dispute

A union representing workers “at the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic” says the Marshall Government is “attempting to slash the working conditions of vital health workers” – but Treasurer Rob Lucas insists their pay demands are too high.

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Labor urges electoral shakeup to avoid SA Lib gerrymander

SA Labor has proposed scrapping a regional seat to address “a structural imbalance in favour of the Liberal Party”, which it argues handed the Marshall Government a bigger election advantage “than was intended or predicted” – as both major parties make their pitch for pole position at the 2022 poll.