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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.

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Lib members tell party: 'We’re backing Sam'

Liberal divisions have exploded with the head of the party’s Waite branch declaring “many members” are set to resign and back incumbent Sam Duluk’s independent bid – as InDaily can reveal the MP met with Treasurer Rob Lucas before announcing his decision yesterday.

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    Wingard cleared of bullying, misconduct

    Sports Minister Corey Wingard and his chief of staff have been cleared of allegations of bullying and misconduct after an independent investigation, Premier Steven Marshall has told parliament – but the State Government won’t release the report in full.

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    Duluk to run as an independent

    Embattled ex-Liberal MP Sam Duluk has declared he will run as an independent at the March election, hours after extraordinary new claims against him were aired in state parliament.

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    REVEALED: Parliament's response to MP complainant

    A government staffer who complained about the alleged behaviour of then-Liberal MP Sam Duluk at a boozy Christmas function was told there was limited power for parliamentary or government authorities to intervene, according to documents obtained by InDaily.


Factional sights trained on Liberal exiles

The SA Liberal Party’s moderate faction is expected to wield its numbers against exiled conservatives Sam Duluk and Fraser Ellis after retaining control of the party’s governing state executive at a weekend showdown.

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Complaint about minister sparks independent inquiry

A complaint about the behaviour of Sports Minister Corey Wingard during a meeting with the head of the state’s peak grassroots sporting organisation has been referred to the Commissioner for Public Sector Employment for independent investigation, Premier Steven Marshall has confirmed.